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We spend our physical lives processing organic matter and our energy, growth, repair and waste (and how effectively we do this) determine our energy level, longevity and wellbeing.

As food passes into the stomach, large proteins are broken down into smaller groups of amino acids. The first step in protein digestion is carried out by hydrochloric acid released from the stomach wall, which is dependent on zinc. Hydrochloric acid production often declines in old age, as do zinc levels. The consequence is indigestion, particularly noticeable after high-protein meals, and the likelihood of developing food allergies because undigested large food molecules are more likely to stimulate allergic reactions in the small intestine.

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