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This is a quick little episode talking about one of the most important—but often overlooked—aspects of good health: digestion. Digestion is something people tend to take for granted, but it’s not something that just happens. In fact, it’s a pretty complicated process, and if it’s not happening correctly, it can lead to numerous health problems. 

In this episode, I’ll be sharing Dr. Howard Loomis’ definition of digestion, as well as his breakdown of how the process of digestion works, why enzymes are so important, and some myths about digestion. This is a great primer on digestion, so take a listen whether you’re new to this or just need a reminder!

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why digestion is important.
  • How the process of digestion works.
  • Why it’s important to chew your food thoroughly.
  • How enzymes participate in digestion.
  • Why each step of this process is important for the next step.

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