Overview Profile #3:

Your digestive profile indicates a lack in the production of proteolytic enzymes, specifically protease, which is responsible for breaking down proteins so your body can absorb and utilize associated vitamins (C and E) and nutrients (magnesium and calcium). Despite feeling bloated and gassy after protein-rich meals (steak, beans, etc.) you actually crave protein and feel as though a “meal isn’t a meal unless it includes some beef, pork or chicken.” Animal proteins that are not completely digested in the intestine result in the formation of foul-smelling amino acids that your liver, kidneys and lymphatic system will have to work overtime to cleanse from your blood stream. 

Achieving and maintaining proper digestion of protein-rich foods is key to your long term health. Z-Health believes that your digestive capabilities are unique, which is why we have developed a customized product to fortify your ability to digest fats and balance your digestive system.

Balanced Digestion: Profile #3 includes a specific blend of digestive enzymes, probiotics and food sources that are specifically designed to enhance your ability to digest protein-rich foods and eliminate the effects of incomplete digestion.  

Over time, undigested proteins will place a heavy burden on your body’s natural defenses and may lead to health problems.  Your profile has been shown to be susceptible to the following conditions:

  • Constipation
  • High-blood pressure
  • Kidney stones
  • Acid reflux
  • Gout

The following chart lists foods that your body may have problems digesting due to your lack of lipase. You may often choose to avoid these foods because of their effects on your digestive tract. However the cravings are most likely still there. With the help of Balance Profile #2, you can enjoy these foods again in moderation and in balance with foods that cause little distress in your body (recommended foods).

Problem Foods Recommended Foods

Red meat, all fried foods, pork
Animal fats, saturated fats and trans-fats (partially hydrogenated vegetable oils)
Salt & salty foods
Enriched white flour
Most nuts (as they are high in proteins)

Plant proteins: soy beans, wheat germ, sunflower or pumpkin seeds
Whole grains: brown rice, barley, millet, buckwheat flour & rye.
Legumes: many varieties of beans
Fruits: all dried fruits, apples, apricots, cranberries and pommegranites
Moderate amounts of white meat (turkey and chicken)
Fish
Vegetables: asparagus, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, lettuce, mushrooms, onions, peas, peppers, sprouts, potatoes, radishes
Grains: Oats, rice, wheat
“Good fats” such as olive oil, flaxseed oil, fish oils

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