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What Are Digestive Enzymes?
Digestive Enzymes For Optimum Health
Digestive Enzymes transform the food we eat into energy, nourishment and regeneration of the body and its systems. Each enzyme performs one specific function, for example the enzyme protease is responsible for breaking down protein into energy the body can use, while lipase is the enzyme that catalyzes the breakdown of fats into energy. Digestive Enzymes are found in the foods we eat as well as being manufactured by the body.
The Standard Diet
Raw foods typically contain between 40% - 60% of the enzymes necessary to digest them, however the modern diet with its processed and cooked foods contains on average just 10% of the digestive enzymes our bodies require. This forces the body to use more enzymes, which would otherwise be used for anti-ageing, disease fighting, and essential body repairs, in order to properly digest the food we consume.
Digestive Enzymes For Weight Loss
Supplementation with enzymes like lipase and protease encourages fat loss through the break down of fat stores. You can eat all the healthy food and take all the vitamins in the world, but unless digestive enzymes are readily available your process of digestion will remain incomplete. Digestive enzymes accelerate biochemical processes in the body, giving you more energy and improving sluggish digestion.
Cooking Food Destroys Digestive Enzymes
Cooking raw foods to temperatures above 118°F (47°C), damages the enzymes until they are no longer able to provide the function for which they were designed. This leads to incomplete digestion which is one of the leading causes of weight gain, bloating, and digestive disorders. Incorporating a digestive enzyme complex into your diet allows for proper digestion and reduces the effects of bloating, weight gain, food intolerances and indigestion.
Optimize Your Digestion With Enzymes
Beat The Bloat And Lose Weight
If you want to lose weight, relieve gas, bloating and indigestion improve circulation and build a stronger immune system. Digestive enzymes may be the answer you’ve been looking for!
Digestive Enzymes And Ageing
As we age, our bodies produce less digestive enzymes, which means digestion of foods becomes impaired, slowing the speed of the metabolism.
Enzymes Are Essential To Life
If there were no enzymes, life simply would not exist. They help facilitate biochemical reactions to occur in seconds, that would otherwise take millions to billions of years without them.
Herbs & Super-Foods
Herbs and Super-Foods have been used for thousands of years to help with digestion, many scientific studies have proven their healing and restorative powers as well as their effectiveness in lowering cholesterol, reducing inflammation, lessening fatigue, accelerating digestion, boosting antioxidant levels, and increasing cardio performance and immunity, amongst their many other health benefits.