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Digestive Enzymes in Skinny Fiber

22 Sep
Digestive EnzymesDigestive Enzymes
Your digestive system breaks the food you eat down into small molecules that your intestines can absorb into the bloodstream. Two separate processes are at work — mechanical digestion, which breaks food down into smaller chunks physically, and chemical digestion, which breaks food into smaller molecules. Digestive enzymes assist in chemical digestion. The human body contains 22 different enzymes and Skinny Fiber contains 7 different enzymes to assist with helping you achieve your weight loss goals.
Here is a list of the Digestive Enzymes in Skinny Fiber:
Amylase is an enzyme that catalyses the breakdown of starch into sugars. It is present in human saliva, where it begins the chemical process of digestion. It is also produced in the Pancreas.
Protease is the digestive enzyme necessary to digest protein and remove toxins.
Lipase is the digestive enzyme the body uses to break down fats in food.
Glucoamylase release maltose and free glucose by by breaking the bonds near the ends of large carbohydrates.
Papain is an enzyme from Papaya fruit which digests large protein molecules to smaller peptides and amino acids.
Cellulase is an enzyme that converts cellulose to the disaccharide cellobiose. It is not produced by the human body.
Bromelain is an enzyme from Pineapple which digests large protein molecules to smaller peptides and amino acids.
The proprietary blend of all-natural, healthy ingredients makes Skinny Fiber a very effective supplement. No more feeling anxious, shaky, light-headed, or nauseous. Skinny Fiber flat out works by making you feel full, suppresses your appetite, and burns fat, which causes you to lose weight!
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5 Things Apple Cider Vinegar Could Help With

29 Apr

Apple Cider Vinegar

5 Things Apple Cider Vinegar Could Help With

If it’s not there already, apple cider vinegar deserves a home in your kitchen cupboard. It’s rich in vitamins E, A, and P and magnesium, iron, calcium — the list goes on and on. If the vitamins and minerals alone are not enough reason to have you hooked, here are five reasons you should always have apple cider vinegar on hand.

1. Support weight loss: If you’re looking to shed a few pounds, it’s time to start using apple cider vinegar. Studies have shown that vinegar may help keep you from feeling hungry by slowing stomach emptying; it also lowers the glycemic index of high-carb foods like pasta, meaning it can help you feel fuller longer by slowing the release of glucose into your bloodstream.

2. Improve digestion: The pectin in apple cider vinegar has been known to move things along when bellies get backed up. Up your fiber intake with a green salad with plenty of roughage topped off with this honey apple cider vinaigrette to improve your digestion situation.

3. Zap warts: This may come as a surprise, but soaking a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and securing it on a pesky wart with medical tape can get rid of it quickly and naturally. Keep this in mind before you immediately call your dermatologist next time!

4. Add a pep to your step: Apple cider vinegar is also credited with improving energy levels. If you’re cutting out caffeine at work, just a few tablespoons of ACV mixed with a full glass of water can keep you from feeling cloudy and get you back to work.

5. Boost immunity: When you’re adding that many healthy vitamins and minerals to your system, it’s going to help your immune system ward off illness. If you’re already sick and in need of a little help, drink hot apple cider vinegar brew that combines cayenne, lemon, and honey, which will help open up your sinuses and replenish your body with the minerals it needs to recoup.


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