Hi, Azzure. Just my quick thoughts. . . (grin)
You can self diagnose and expermiment on yourself with different supplements, or if you’re covered by insurance, I’d recommend that you ask your doctor for what’s called a Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis. Nutrition and digestion are undeniably important to good health. Unfortunately, as it relates to digestion and assimilation, there are many places where things can break down. Your thoughts were to try some digestive enzymes. Someone else recommended supplementing with hydrochloric acid. I was also tempted to recommend a good pro-biotic.
But what looks like it will do you the most good, after perusing some of my technical resources is probably REDUCING fiber supplements and reducing carbohydrates. There’s a condition called fermentation excess, which is a condition of carbohydrate intolerance induced by an excess of normal bacterial fermentation, usually resulting from small bowel or fecal bacterial overgrowth. People with this condition suffer from bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation and feelings of malaise. Actually, from what I read, pancreatic enzymes might help (as might repopulating the GOOD flora/bacteria with a probiotic). But if the enzymes and probiotic doesn’t work, get the to a good nutritionally savy, progressive doc or DC. I know it’s probably not that big a deal, but this is not something you have to live with.
Good luck to you!!!