Not All Digestive Enzymes are Created Equal
Can you reverse type 2 diabetes with weight loss, diet and lifestyle change and get off medication? The Center for Disease Control seems to thinks you can.
What if ‘reversal’ at least means you will lose weight and go off medication and maybe STAY OFF medications if you engage in a lifestyle exercise program? According to Ann Albright, PhD, RD, the director of diabetes translation at the CDC, shedding extra pounds and keeping them off can help you better control your blood sugar. For some people, reaching a healthier weight will mean taking fewer medications, or in rarer cases, no longer needing those medications at all.
Food processing has really damaged our foods and what we place in our bodies..
This damage leads to weight gain and then weight gain could lead to diabetes.. Nerves don't get good oxygen, the red blood cells don't carry much oxygen.. it can be a disaster. Then you go to the doctor.. hopefully to get answers.. some don't.. those that do, get prescriptions that can harm the body.. why? If you had proven alternatives, wouldn't they be something of interest to you?
Reduced ability to use oxygen is what is called an anerobic environment that includes infectious bacteria..worms..parasites..and even cancer on down the road.
Why wouldn't you take NUTRITION THAT GETS IN - 100% of the Time ??
N-Sorb® is now available and even easier to take in a stabilized 60-serving liquid that is already packaged in a premixed 2-ounce bottle. It is ready for direct consumption Without Any Mixing.
You will simply fill the dropper in the bottle up to the 1milliliter (ml) mark to make 1 serving. Take the 1 ml of N-Sorb and let it dissolve under the tongue for at least 30 seconds; then swallow. For best results, take two times per day (mid-day and before bed) on an empty stomach or as directed by your health care provider.
Historically, digestive enzymes have been consumed solely to enhance the disintegration and dissolution of foodstuffs in the stomach, thereby improving digestive efficiency. But, N-Sorb® is DIFFERENT!
N-Sorb is a novel KD120 multi-enzyme complex (MEC) containing a range of protease, amylase, and lipase enzymes and including glucoamylase and alpha-galactosidase. Not all enzymes with the same name 'digest' the same nutrients. For example, not all protein-digesting enzymes ('protease' enzymes) digest the same proteins. There are different types of protease enzymes.
So, while N-Sorb's enzymes may look like other enzymes, they are different and act different from conventional digestive enzyme functions. The enzymes in N-Sorb are only activated in more alkaline pH environments ranging from 6.5 to 8.5; not the stomach pH levels of 2 to 5.5. Importantly, the enzymes in N-Sorb are encapsulated in a customized patent-pending 'enzyme-specific' Prodosome absorption technology to facilitate rapid absorption and delivery into the blood and tissues where they are activated. This is where the N-Sorb enzymes replenish the diminishing enzyme reserve and work best to boost cellular metabolism and promote optimal health.