E: The ABC's of Wellness
January 7, 2017
"E" << of my ABC's of Young Living Wellness Products.
Essentialzymes-4 is my "E" pick, as it is one of my daily supplements.
First of all, what is a supplement? Well, we have to remember that our body is self-healing - it, because of a number of reasons, needs support, needs supplements, to help it do its job. Supplements support, strengthen, enrich, enable, and a whole lot of other goodness, helping our body do what it is meant to do.
Why "Essentialzymes-4"? You know that I am all about the digestive system. Without a healthy digestive system, our body can't access the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients in our food that SUPPLEMENT the body's functions. Without a healthy digestive system, we get sick, tired, weak, and our body's systems cannot function as they are supposed to - and that includes our immune system and our brain systems. Think about that!! Now think about how you can think about that if you have an un-supported brain power vs a supplemented brain power! Our digestive system is key to brain health.
Essentialzymes-4, one of several Young Living wellness products aimed at supporting the digestive system, is taken with the two main meals of the day. They are formulated to be time-released, with different enzymes going into action at different parts of the digestive track. Also, they are formulated with the essential oils that support the acquisition and utilization of the enzymes in an effective manner. Pretty cool. As always, Young Living has thought it through and developed a product that works WITH the body and provides what the body needs.
For me, Essentialzymes-4 (along with my Ningxia Red) are my life-changing supplements!
The official description: "Essentialzymes-4 is a multi-spectrum enzyme complex specially formulated to aid the critically needed digestion of dietary fats, proteins, fiber, and carbohydrates commonly found in the modern processed diet. The dual time-release technology releases the animal- and plant-based enzymes at separate times within the digestive tract, allowing for optimal nutrient absorption."
January 7th, 2017