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The Benefits of Lipase

By Nancy Clay

Lipase is one of the most vital digestive enzymes released mainly by the pancreas into the small intestine to help the body process and absorb fats. Improper food choices create a burden on the liver to secrete enough bile to break down and process the proteins and fats. Gallstones can form and over time can become very painful and even cause blockages.





Each year over 600,000 surgeries are performed to remove the gallbladder. Without a gallbladder to hold the bile from the liver, bile drops into the small intestine constantly. This can cause irritation in the lining of the gut, creating leaky gut syndrome, IBS, diarrhea and many nutritional deficiency problems as a result.


Lipase is an enzyme that splits fats so the intestine can absorb them. Health E80™ is the perfect solution to assist since Lipase is one of the 8 key enzymes co-factored with minerals for maximum absorption. This process is so effective that it was patented! Having sufficient lipase levels helps your body properly absorb vitamins and minerals from the foods you eat.


Some tips to help:

Take 2 capsules prior to or with meals, as well as before bed. For those that might be very heavy meals you may increase to 3 or 4 capsules to assist in the heavier load to process.


Include good fats are essential in our diet, like those found in avocados, olives, nuts and seeds, coconuts and salmon. Food that contains lipase are avocado, walnuts, pine nuts, coconuts, lupinin beans, mung beans, lentils, chickpeas, oats, and eggplant.


Eating smaller, more frequent meals may help take the burden off the body.

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