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By Riley Poole Subscribe to RSS | March 21st 2012 | Views:
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What are probiotics and what are enzymes? How do they differ, and how do they help the body function? This article will look at the differences between probiotics and enzymes, and why you might want to add them to your diet to help your body’s production of them. Green Earth Naturals is a seller of probiotics, algae, and enzymes.

Probiotics are microscopic organisms. Generally, they are just little bacteria, but they can also be fungi. They inhabit the human digestive tract and aid in digestion and the breakdown of food. They can be replenished and can be increased, found in certain foods and also in food supplements.

On the other hand, digestive enzymes are produced by the body, and are types complex molecules that actually slow down as we age. To help support enzyme strength and function, you can also find these in certain foods and also in supplements, mostly of the plant-based enzyme variety.

Digestive enzymes help us break down food, and we develop a large range of them in order to accommodate for the wide range of foods we eat. Digestive enzymes are found in our mouths, where digestion begins, in our stomachs as you go down the digestive duct, and then in our small intestines. There is more than one type of enzyme, but plant-based, digestive enzymes are those that deal with digestion.

Many people discover that taking enzymes as a supplement helps decrease gas and bloating. They help strengthen your body’s ability to digest foods you don’t typically eat, as well. Many people report being less tired after eating when they take the enzymes, because the extra workers help speed metabolic processing.

Now where enzymes are molecules, probiotics are simply helpful bacteria that live in the human gut. They are regulators of the internal environment of our bodies, maintaining a good pH range for digestion, and preventing yeast and harmful bacteria from thriving instead. They support the muscular propulsion of food through the digestive system, and are medically-proven to support immune health.

The most well-known probiotics are acidophilus and bifidus. However, there are lots of other strains than this, and even several different strains of acidophilus and bifidus. Probiotics are found in certain foods in a natural form, and can also be taken as supplements.

There’s still much to learn in the way of distinguishing between enzymes (plant-based, animal, metabolic, etc.) and probiotics, but hopefully this article was a useful introduction and perhaps piqued your interest in trying out some of these supplements.

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