Digestive enzymes break down every meal we eat into absorbable nutrients our bodies can use. Proteins are digested into amino acids, fats are turned into fatty acids and cholesterol, and carbohydrates become simple sugars. These digestion end products, along with vitamins, minerals, water, and other compounds, are absorbed through the intestinal wall. From there, they enter general circulation until the liver or fat cells remove them for storage. Undigested material and some liquids continue moving through the large intestine and eventually leave the body. These digestive aids help the body with the process of efficiently breaking down food.
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