Friday, November 6, 2009

Dr. Devin Houston On Enzymes in Autism and Gut Issues


Dr. Devin Houston

The Role of Enzymes in Autism and Gut Issues

Wednesday, November 18
6:30 - 8:30 pm: Lecture
6 pm: Networking / Social Hour
Educational Program

Location:
The Rebecca School
40 E. 30th. St. New York, NY

Please post questions as a comment below and we will forward the questions to Dr. Houston for him to answer at the lecture.

Enzymes are proteins in our body that do work such as breaking down and arranging molecules so they can be used by the body. Often, children and adults are lacking necessary enzymes and supplementation with plant based enzymes can make up for the deficiency. The results can be dramatic for people who are particularly low in digestive enzymes. Learn all about how enzymes work and if your child (or you) might benefit from them from Dr. Houston, the researcher and scientist who created Houston Enzymes.

2 comments:

Amy said...

What do you recommend for a child who eats very fast and doesn't always chew his food as well as he should?

Peggy said...

What are the differences between chewable and capsule enzymes in terms of efficacy?