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Finds a way To Improve Protein Digestion And Digestive Health

A great many people imagine that when they have poor digestive wellbeing it just results in feeling bloated, clogged up, or basically have that too full feeling and overabundance gas. Few individuals truly see how digestive wellbeing impacts their general wellbeing – and particularly how protein absorption and digestive wellbeing are connected.

If you don’t have good digestive health, then you are going to have difficulty digesting the food you eat, and proteins and foods with high fat content like many proteins include, are the hardest foods that there are to digest. And when the protein and other food you eat doesn’t get digested properly and quickly, it stays in your digestive system, where it can being to rot and become toxic to your colon – and thus lead to all kinds of serious health problems, on top of the digestive health problems.

There are studies, which are confirmed by the American Cancer Society, showing that poorly digested food is a forerunner to colon cancer; they state that “Colon and rectal cancers begin in the digestive system.” They go on to say that “a diet that is high in red meats and processed meats [your highest fat proteins], can increase your colorectal cancer risk.”

However, the truth is that colon cancer is not the only problem that poorly or undigested protein and foods can cause. When this condition becomes chronic, your colon can become toxic and the toxins can actually permeate the walls of your digestive tract and move into your blood stream. When this happens, besides increasing your risk for cancer, this may also lead to a number of degenerative diseases and stomach ailments that can leave you feeling completely miserable, or ruin your health permanently.

Take Steps To Improve Your Digestive Health

What makes this such a problem is that few people today have as good of digestive health as they could and need to have to be as healthy as possible. Poor diets, processed foods, medications, and a number of other variables all serve to take its toll on your digestive health.

In turn, poor digestive health leads to a variety of other health problems because your digestive system is not digesting food sufficiently for it to leave your colon, and for the nutrients in the food to be released where they can be absorbed by your body, and used to maintain your overall health functions.

This means that we should all be concerned and do everything we can to ensure good protein digestion and digestive health. Which further means making the decision to eat healthier by cutting down on excess fat, sugar, and processed foods, and by eating more lean meats, vegetables and fresh fruits. And it also means taking a supplement that is specifically designed to aid protein digestion and to properly balance your digestive health.

Taking a prebiotic supplement is the way to do this, but you want to make sure that the prebiotic supplement you take contains more than just fiber and prebiotics. Choosing a prebiotic supplement that contains natural active digestive enzymes and phenols will help you digest protein. And this will further work with the prebiotics and soluble fiber in the supplement, to balance your digestive system and return it to good health.

You are going to have to do your homework to find such a prebiotic supplement- one that contains prebiotics, soluble fiber, digestive enzymes, and phenolics, and a supplement made from kiwi fruit is the best supplement type that you can get.

Just make sure that your kiwi fruit prebiotics supplement is made where no heat whatsoever is used in the manufacturing process. This is not the norm, but it is very important because heat will degrade, if not kill much of the digestive benefits that the supplement would otherwise have – and especially the digestive enzymes that are so important for protein digestion.