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Comment: That's pretty much the conclusion I have reached.

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That's pretty much the conclusion I have reached.

All proteins are digested in the stomach.

Strong, undiluted stomach acid activates the pepsin that reduces all proteins to amino acids which are safely absorbed.

Diluted or lack of stomach acid leaves undigested protein fragments. Some of the fragments are more destructive than others to the intestines.

People have developed all kinds of intolerance to a wide variety of protein sources; fish, shrimp, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, and of course grain proteins.

The problem starts with the failure to fully digest proteins.

Salting to taste, no drinking an hour before, during an after a meal while limiting protein at a sitting to about 7 or 8 ounces. That is how much capacity we have for digestion at a meal.

If any protein, improperly digested causes problems, then how can I make sure I properly digest any protein I eat.

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