Your vitamins, minerals and hormones can’t work without enzymes to breakdown and assimilate your food you eat. You are born with a charge of enzymes from your parents but like a battery if you don’t eat the right foods eventually you will become depleted.
Processed food is enzyme deficient
Dead food depletes the body of the vital enzymes it so needs. Heating food above 120 degrees ills enzymes. It uses up the enzymes for processing but does nothing to restore them, burdening digestion and your metabolism. Depletion of enzymes can lead to fatigue, weight gain, skin disorders, and degenerative diseases.
How do you add more enzymes to your diet
Fresh and alive foods contain the highest amount of enzymes. Lightly or slightly, cooked or raw vegetables along with fresh fruits contain the highest amount of enzymes. Sure you eat have your fruit and veggies stewed but you need to add some fresh produce to you diet for your health.
What can adding enzymes to your diet do for you
1. Improve heartburn, indigestion, lactose intolerance and gas.
2. Speed healing to wounds, surgeries and injuries.
3. Relieve sinusitis. Bromelain in pineapples relived sinusitis in patients 85%.
4. Heal shingles. Reduced neuralgia.
5. Boost weight loss by speeding up your metabolism and aiding digestion and removing waste.
6. Enhances sexuality. Especially in the male when you are on clog, the prostate is the first thing to suffer.
7. Enzyme protease kicks ass by boosting your immune response, fighting infections, reducing scarring, unclogs arteries, shrinks tumors.
Your best enzymes for the money
Fresh fruit and vegetable juices, Miso, yogurt, kefir, barley grass, alfalfa, chlorella, green barley extract.
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