Intestinal enzyme deficiency

What is Intestinal enzyme deficiency?

The digestive system secretes a wide array of enzymes that digest the food and absorb the nutrients and vitamins. Deficiency of these enzymes causes failure of food break down and in long term deficiency of nutrients and vitamins.

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I have sucrase-isomaltase deficiency. This is an intestinal enzyme deficiency that means I have extreme difficulty breaking down sucrose and...

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