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Enzymes and Life

Enzymes Support Body Metabolism

According to neuroscientists the functioning of our body and of our mind are closely linked and integrated at the level of our brain, a neurons network. Any action, physical (movement) or mental (thoughts), from us is controlled by our brain and is realized through a series of physical and chemical reactions. Compared with similar reactions performed in the laboratory biochemical reactions are considerably facilitated by enzymatic catalysis, which reduces significantly the energies required to run them. Enzymes therefore make biochemical reactions possible under the strict conditions (body temperature, pressure, composition and concentrations of nutrients ...) in which human life is allowed to take place. Without enzymes life would not be possible. All enzymes require vitamins and minerals (as co-enzymes) to work properly. There are two main types of enzymes: digestive and systemic enzymes.

Digestive enzymes

They include protease, amylase, lipase and cellulase. They help break down the foods we eat (proteins, carbohydrates, fats and celluloce or fibers respectively) into usable nutrients. They work inside the gastrointestinal tract.

Systemic enzymes

There are also called metabolic enzymes. They act within the blood stream, the cells and the body tissues. Hundreds of thousands of systemic enzymes help us perform basic activities like walking, talking, breathing, thinking, sleeping, building and detoxifying our body.

A Lack of Enzymes Causes Metabolic Disorders

If there is a lack of food enzymes, the body will take other enzymes in the body to replace them. A persistent lack of enzymes will cause disorders in metabolism, which leads over time to degenerative chronic diseases.

Enzymes Sources: Body Production - Foods - Health Supplements

Our body manufactures all the enzymes we need, except one: cellulase. The pancreas is the organ most involved in the manufacturing and management of the body's enzymes. Unfortunately as we age, over 27, our own production of proteolytic enzymes starts dropping. In addition the over processing and cooking of our foods, as well as the over fertilization and pesticide spraying of our soils and farmlands virtually destroy natural living enzymes in the foods we eat. As a consequence we must provide enzyme reinforcements from the outside (supplements) to allow our body to make enough enzymes necessary to sustain life.

Role of Digestive Enzymes

Digestive enzymes are very important. They assist the digestion and absorption of foods. If you eat foods that are enzyme-less, your body will not get maximum utilization of those foods. Undigested particles of foods will cause toxicity in the body and then chronic degenerative diseases.

Symptoms for a Lack of Digestive Enzymes

  • indigestion
  • constipation
  • diarrhea
  • flatulence
  • lactose intolerance
  • heartburn
  • gastro esophageal reflux
  • peptic ulcers
  • spasms
Active Digestive Enzymes Supplement Facts
Active Digestive Enzymes Supplements Facts

Active Digestive Enzymes give you a blend of essential digestive enzymes in one capsule: Protease, Carbohydrase, Lipase and Cellulase. This product also offers a blend of probiotic ingredients that further support digestion in your digestive tract.

Take one capsule of Active Digestive Enzymes before each meal.

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