Have you ever played the Candy Land board game? Do you remember there’s a part of that game where you get so far, and then you get to the chocolate guy and you have to go all the way back to the beginning?? That’s how many of us feel during this time of year! We’ll eat things we don’t normally eat, and end up feeling like we’re starting over.

Having a hard time passing the plate of donuts at the office?

Do you say to yourself, “Maybe I’ll have just one,” only to find yourself eating your third? Maybe it’s chocolate – you simply can’t give it up! You are not alone. Scientists have found that sugar is addictive and stimulates the same pleasure centers of the brain as cocaine or heroin. Just like those hard-core drugs, getting off sugar leads to withdrawal and more cravings.

For most of us it started with all that leftover Halloween candy!

And then the rest of the holiday season it’s just one temptation after another. That’s why we’re getting an early start featuring some of our very best support product for improved digestion of the foods we all seem to crave the most this season.* Take Digest or DigestZyme with every meal, and then Carbo-G and Lypo should be in the back of everyone’s pantry for extra help with all those carbs and fats.*

Digestive Support Essentials*
  • Digest is our most comprehensive Professional Protocol™ digestive enzyme formula designed to help promote availability and absorption of nutrients, health and vitality of cells, and improved overall digestive and immune system health.*
  • DigestZyme is the perfect well-tolerated introduction to digestive enzymes for sensitive individuals, also available in a Powdered DigestZyme formulation ideal for children, the elderly, and anyone having difficulty swallowing capsules.*
  • Carbo-G includes herbs, probiotics, polysaccharolytic enzymes, and proteolytic enzymes with DPP-IV to help encourage more complete digestion and absorption of carbohydrates and gluten.*
  • Lypo is an enzyme supplement with herbs and vitamins specific to support improved fat digestion, to help maintain cholesterol and triglyceride levels that are already within the normal range, and to support blood lipids and blood sugars already within the normal range.*
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