Scroll through this Health 2000 catalogue valid from 01.10.2019 to 31.10.2019 to see the latest deals. On 32 pages of the current weekly mailer, you will find the best goods from the Pharmacies category. If you want to save on your next shopping trip to Health 2000, don't forget to look through the entire catalogue from page 1 to page 32. If you want to shop smart and save on your next shopping trip to Health 2000, don’t miss the latest weekly specials full of amazing prices and wonderful sales. Come back to My Catalogue every day to make sure you don’t miss out on great promotions offered by your favourite retailers.
Are you getting
OUT OF YOUR FOOD?
'Let food be your
Each body part involved in digestion
plays an important role in breaking
down food and drink into nutrients
Food processing and cooking
may destroy enzymes that are
usually present in your food.
Your body's enzymes are fragile
and can easily be disrupted
by poor food choices, stress,
age, food additives and food
intolerances, resulting in enzymes
struggling to be effective.
medicine.. and medicine
be your food'. A great mantra
highlighting how vital good food
is for maintaining our health
your body can use for energy, growth,
repair and eventual elimination.
As the food particles follow the
stages of digestion, they are broken
down into smaller molecules so the
nutrients can be absorbed and carried
Did you know this is only half the
story though? Your sense of health and
wellbeing is intrinsically linked with diet
and your digestive system.
Low digestive enzymes may be the
missing link for many people who
feel uncomfortable after eating.
to cells throughout your entire body.
Muscles push the food down the
digestive tract and enzymes target
specific food groups to speed up the
release of these nutrients.
Digestion is important because your body
needs nutrients from food and drink to
work properly and stay healthy. Proteins,
fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals
and water are all nutrients your body
requires to function well. Your digestive
system breaks nutrients down into parts
small enough for your body to
absorb and use
Do you love dairy products, like
cheese, but experience a 'rocks in
the tummy' feeling after eating it?
This may be an indication of lactase
deficiency. Lactase is the enzyme
specific to breaking down
Have you ever had times of
gaseous eruptions causing much
embarrassment? Is your 'regular daily
event' a panicked dash to the loo?
Do you have irregular stops at the
toilet every few days instead of daily?
Does your tummy emit gurgling
sounds, have gripey discomfort or a
bloated feeling after a big meal?
These are all common signs of an
unhappy digestive system trying to
tell you something!
Digestion happens automatically and
most of the time you are unaware
Others who find they feel
unsettled after eating
meal may not have enough
lipase. Lipase targets fats
and oils to break down
of the process. Despite common
misperceptions, this process
starts in the mouth it's not
just about your stomach and
intestinal tract. The pancreas,
liver and gallbladder also
play a vital support role
by making key enzyme-
rich digestive juices.
into glycerol and fatty
acids. There is a long
list of enzymes, each
one targeting a
ENZYMES MAY BE THE
KEY TO ASSISTING WITH
THESE ALL TOO COMMON