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    moochpb
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    What are some good enzymes before eating? I forgot what mine are called and I take hcl with pepsin. Any recommendations?

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    hope4eva77
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    Swedish bitters have cured my constipation they are cheap also but taste aweful ,i wasent having a bowle movement everyday untill i started to take a teaspoon a day and since ive had one to 3 a day .

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    moochpb;33313 wrote: What are some good enzymes before eating? I forgot what mine are called and I take hcl with pepsin. Any recommendations?

    Mooch, if you were following the forum protocol you’d already be using the correct enzyme supplement like Hope. As she stated, you should be using Swedish Digestive Bitters; be sure you get the alcohol-free form.

    There are several good reasons that I recommend Swedish Digestive Bitters in place of all other enzymes, and this is explained on that particular part of the protocol. First of all, they allow the body to make its own enzymes in the correct number and type when they’re needed. Plus, as Hope explained, they help to prevent constipation as well as acting as a liver flush each time they’re used. No one fighting a Candida infestation should be without Swedish Digestive Bitters and Liver Flush.

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    I tried finding alcohol Swedish bitters in 3 stores to no avail. I guess I’ll have to order online. Do they replace my other enzymes I take that my naturalpath gave me?

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    moochpb;33348 wrote: I tried finding alcohol Swedish bitters in 3 stores to no avail. I guess I’ll have to order online. Do they replace my other enzymes I take that my naturalpath gave me?

    You don’t really need to take any other enzymes if you’re taking the Swedish bitters since this will allow your body to make its own enzymes.
    But since a naturopath is telling you to take the ones you have, you should let him know that you’re taking the bitters in place of the enzymes
    (if you decide to do that), but he’ll probably want you to continue taking whatever he gave you.

    Able

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    I’ll look to order some, I’ll see how they work and let the naturalpath know

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