And if not, what does good dosing look like, especially if we’re talking about yours specifically?
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Are there any risks or contraindications people need to know about when it comes to taking enzymes?
And so it sounds like when we’re talking about these enzymes, that’s one of the mechanisms that they’re acting on is to reduce inflammation in the body in various ways essentially, right?
Do you suspect they might be an issue for you?
And if you don’t notice anything, that’s pretty much a sign that you have low stomach acid, right?
And the cool thing about if you have, like, a properly working digestive tract is you’ll be breaking down your foods, right?
What are they doing specifically, and is there an autoimmune link there?
Are you using that, Katie?
So you might be asking a question like, “How would I know if I have low stomach acid?
And why did some brands work with some people but other brands didn’t work with that same or with…like other people like them?
So can you talk about the phases of your own health journey?
And how can I apply that till now?
How would I have that thing?
How to get rid of them?
Why did some days the enzyme work and other days the enzyme didn’t work?
So I’m very cognizant of “What can I be doing with my kids now that gives them the best, you know, digestive start, that gives them the best immune start that hopefully they never have to face the level of problems that I faced?
Obviously, enzymes but anything else that’s exciting to you right now?
And to switch gears a little bit, a couple things I love to ask at the end of interviews, just first being, are there any books or podcasts or sources of inspiration that you’re loving right now?
And then you might be wondering like, “Well, what are my chances?
You have those sort of several pieces, right?
You wouldn’t wanna use that while fasting?