You’ve heard the phrase “You are what you eat.”
But the truth is:
We are what we digest and absorb.
And that’s a hard truth to swallow…
Because like me, you may do everything in your power to feed yourself healthy food. You might be eating all your veggies and cook meals from scratch with the healthiest ingredients. And it’s all worthwhile, because what goes into our bodies matters. However – if food isn’t properly digested and absorbed, it can lead to some not-so-fun problems like:
* Gas and bloating
* Heaviness in the stomach
* Embarrassing burps
* General stomach discomfort
* Pieces of undigested food in your stool
Our bodies may also have a harder time absorbing important nutrients found in our food.
That’s why taking a digestive enzyme before my biggest meal gives me confidence knowing I’m not only absorbing the nutrients my body needs, but I’m feeling the way I should after eating my favorite foods (including healthy ones, like kale!) – energized. Not sluggish and bloated.
I have been taking digestive enzymes for the past 8 years, and couldn’t wait to create one that could meet Truvani’s strict ingredient standards…
I’m so happy to announce that Truvani Easy Enzymes are now available! Click here to give them a try.
Right now, you can take advantage of our special launch pricing.
Compared to other options on the market (made from animals), our enzymes are 100% vegan and grown on plant matter here in the USA. These diverse, plant-based enzymes aid in the digestive process so your body can better absorb and use nutrients from your diet.
Our Easy Enzymes were created with 9 heavily researched digestive enzymes that support the breakdown of carbohydrates, protein, fat, lactose, and fibrous vegetables.
Ensuring your gut has the right balance of diverse microbiota and enzymes is the key to feeling great and getting the most out of your food.
In a perfect world, we’d have all the enzymes we need in our gut. But there are many factors that can affect our body’s ability to produce enough enzymes…
- The health of your gut
- Chewing gum (crazy, right?)
- Lack of exercise
- Poor sleep quality
- Lack of variety in the diet
- Drinking alcoholic beverages
- Dietary changes
So, even though you eat well and live a healthy lifestyle, your body might not produce enough digestive enzymes.
You do A LOT to give you and your family the best quality food… so make sure your bodies are getting the support they need!