What was going on? Simple. Since the symptoms were like that of a heart attack, the doctors never bothered to look lower than my heart when running tests. I finally swallowed my typical male pride and made an appointment with a general practitioner and cardiologist. After several tests, it was determined that my gall bladder resembled a rock concert. Their words, not mine. It all made perfect sense at that moment. My two 'cardiac' experiences were actually gall bladder attacks and another was destined to occur if I didn't drastically change my diet. So, I did. What followed was a mundane menu that made me wish for inevitable death again. Something had to be done and fast!
The last thing I recall before the anesthesia kicked in was how much my nurse reminded me of Clint Eastwood. Voice and all. I woke up with fuzzy brain and a few interesting scars. I didn't care. I'd just had my stone-filled gall bladder removed and life would soon return to normal. Day after day, I got a little more adventurous at mealtimes. I began to pay the price yet again. Most of my symptoms returned, only worse. My anxiety and heart palpitations soon turned to violent vomiting sessions. My stomach was now the enemy. That unpredictable menace punished me repeatedly for months no matter how, when, or what I ate. My doctor just shrugged. Come to find out, fifty percent of people who endure gall bladder removal continue to have issues. It just wasn't fair! I'd been through so much and now it had gotten to the point of following up every meal with a quick sprint to the bathroom! It was time I took matters into my own hands.
I scoured the internet for days on end in search of relief from my symptoms. Sure, I knew I was never going to be able to eat like a teenager again but, I at least wanted to partake "normally" like any other human being. That was when I came across Enzyme 7 by LionHeart Supplements. I read a dozen or so reviews encouraging me to give this product a try since it was specially formulated to help deal with digestion issues caused by gall bladder removal. The price tag was attractive, and I was desperate. I couldn't have been happier!
The morning after taking my first supplement, I awoke refreshed and full of energy! My stomach was growling angrily as though it hadn't been fed in days. That magic pill had kicked my digestive process into high gear while I was sleeping, and it needed food to continue the journey. I obliged. As a matter of fact, I've been repeating this process with each meal and I haven't fallen victim to a single issue since! I'd expected some form of improvement, but I never imagined it would happen overnight!
A couple of weeks have passed since I started taking Enzyme 7 regularly and I still feel great! I take a pill with each sensible meal and carry on with my life as though the last couple of years never happened. Now, I'm not telling anyone to go out and tackle an entire pizza covered in jalapeno peppers and expect to be granted immortality from a supplement, but this product WILL work if you let it. Speaking of sensibly, don't ride a roller coaster two weeks after internal surgery. Just because your stitches are healed on the outside doesn't mean your insides are ready for extreme G forces. Yes, I learned that the hard way as well. Perhaps I'm not the perfect poster boy for LionHeart Supplements after all.
Regardless, thank you LionHeart. I have hope again. If anyone out there is having similar symptoms, tell your lazy doctor to aim higher and look lower. If you choose to have the same procedure and your problems continue, give the people at LionHeart a try by taking Enzyme 7. I don't think you'll be disappointed.