Everything we take into our bodies that is vital to live, except for oxygen, enters through the digestive tract. The role of the digestive system is to break down and digest the foods we eat, absorb nutrients that digestion releases from our food to fuel metabolic processes in our bodies, and then eliminate the waste from the digestive process. It is a vital and complex system and if any part of the process is not functioning properly, it can cause unpleasant symptoms and challenges.
In a series of easily digestible videos, Mark Lowman first goes over the entire digestive system from top to bottom before exploring common challenges and holistic approaches. Common digestive problems can lead to uncomfortable symptoms like heartburn, flatulence, constipation, and more. Learn about lifestyle factors that may be contributing to these problems and what you can do about it. Finally, review NeoLife products that can help overcome some of the common digestive challenges and work hand in hand with holistic lifestyle approaches to keep your digestive health at its best.
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Mark Lowman, CFS
NeoLife Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)
With an educational background in Biological Sciences, Mark Lowman began his career researching, developing and analyzing bioactive compounds and products specializing in alternative nutrient delivery systems for the horticultural and specialty agricultural industries. Much of this development work focused on polymeric coatings and films and their use to create controlled-release formulations.
Since 1995, Mr. Lowman has been an integral part of NeoLife's product development team contributing to the development of numerous NeoLife products and conducting extensive product testing to assure that the best possible products are available to NeoLife customers. His outstanding skills in both the laboratory and the factory have produced years of successful work with NeoLife's SAB, turning advanced product concepts into functional finished products manufactured and distributed throughout the world.
Mr. Lowman is a member of the Institute of Food Technologists, the American Chemical Society, and the American Institute of Biological Scientists, as well as the New York Academy of Sciences and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists. Mr. Lowman currently serves on the Regulatory Affairs Committee of the Council for Responsible Nutrition.