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Has anybody who has both heartburn and a need to take digestive enzymes found a way to get the protease in the enzymes down without irritating their heartburn?

Testing shows that my pancreas is producing almost no digestive enzymes, and my doc believes if I could take them it would help my digestion hugely, which would be good, because I'm running out of safe foods to eat.

Aroma Ready is a company that makes pthalate-free enteric capsules that release their contents about an hour after you swallow them. If I could take Thorne's Dipan-9 and re-encapsulate them in the enteric capsules, and take them half an hour before eating, about the time the capsules released their contents the enzymes would be released into my gut.

Unfortunately, I can't take cellulose more than twice a day without sensitizing to it, and I eat six times a day. Anybody have any other suggestions for getting down enzymes without irritating heartburn?

GVS

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