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Digestive enzymes

Discussion in 'Gastrointestinal and Urinary' started by Spinney Lainey, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. Spinney Lainey

    Spinney Lainey Senior Member

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    Am thinking of trying these. Any recommendations? Would like to look into a few options. Thanks.
     
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    maryb iherb code TAK122

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    Tri-enza - I tried some before these and couldn't tolerate them. I am okay with these - they were recommended by another sensitive ME er.
     
  4. snowathlete

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    I take them and think they make sense if you have problems with digestion, or if like me you have a leaky gut.
    KDM has me taking Kirkman brand, but it seems they are out of stock almost everwhere at the moment. I found somewhere that has some in stock but had to pay a premium for them. There are other brands but none seem to have so many different types in them.
     
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    Daffodil Senior Member

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    I also take Enzym-Complete by Kirkman. ..I think I paid a lot more before but I recently found this at a much better price at AllStarHealth.com
     
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    Spinney Lainey Senior Member

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    Am thinking of ordering the Kirkman from AllStarHealth, as I take Kirkman probiotics and they seem to be a good brand.
     

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