Digestive Enzymes

Digestion Of Dietary Fats

What is Digestion?

Although some initial fat digestion is done in the stomach, most digestion and virtually all nutrient absorption of fats takes place in the small intestines. The pancreatic enzyme, called pancreatic lipase or steapsin, is the major fat-digesting substance. Article 21 of the Science of Low-Carb & Keto Diets series.

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The Final Stages Of Carbohydrate Digestion

Let's take a look at the anatomy of the small intestines. Article 5 of the Science of Low-Carb & Keto Diets series. The small intestines are variously called small intestines, small intestine (with no final S), upper bowel, and small bowel. It is the part of the digestive tract that is located just below the stomach. It is, of course, a tube, but the walls of the tube are folded many, many times.

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The Digestion Of Simple Sugars and Supplemental Digestive Enzymes

Simple Table Sugar with Raspberry

Digestion Of Simple Sugars & Supplemental Digestive Enzymes. Article 4 of the Science of Low-Carb & Keto Diets series. Those of us who are trying to lose weight, sometimes lose track of the fact that the body wants to take in food and use it to our best advantage. It does this by digesting the food, thereby making it ready for transfer into the body's tissue cells. The necessary factors are enzymes, which are produced in our bodies for this purpose. Only simple sugars can be absorbed into the cells of the body, and enzymes are necessary to break down the complex carbohydrates to the simple sugar stage.

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