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Enzymes: Critical to Life
Tiny, highly active substances called enzymes play an amazing role in digestion. Enzymes function as protein catalysts. A catalyst speeds up or slows down a chemical reaction in the body. In digestion, enzymes are produced by the body to help completely break down food for proper absorption. Enzymes in the body are critical to all known life processes. Without enzymes, life could not exist.
The Digestive Process
To digest food properly, especially cooked food, the body first releases ptyalin in the mouth as you chew the food. Next, as the food enters the stomach, the stomach secretes hydrochloric acid and pepsin to continue breaking down the food. Then, the food travels to the small intestine, where it will spend several hours being digested. Upon entering the small intestine, the pancreas releases 3 main digestive enzymes: protease to digest protein; lipase to digest fat; and amylase to digest carbohydrates.
Efficient bile production from the liver is necessary for the stimulation of enzyme production in the pancreas. Gallstones (bilestones) congesting the liver inhibit the pancreas from releasing adequate amounts of enzymes. Furthermore, the more cooked (processed) food that you consume, especially animal protein, the more enzymes are required for digestion. Enzyme production also diminishes with stress, illness and exposure to toxic chemicals. Bile itself, is also necessary for complete digestion, especially fat and protein. Therefore, while supplementing with digestive enzymes, doing a series of Liver/Gallbladder Flushes will provide long term restoration of digestive function and overall health. See Essential Liver/Gallbladder Flush for more details.
Beware of Junk Enzymes
Most digestive enzymes on the market today are either synthetically produced in test tubes or originate from an animal. The potency of such products are variable, often with no activity at all. In addition, animal source enzymes typically contain toxins such as pesticides and synthetic hormone residues. Even when commercial enzyme supplements are produced from a plant source, most are contaminated with residual fungal toxins. Additionally, most are heated in the extraction process, resulting in damaged or inactive enzymes.
DirectionsAdults and children (age 4 and up): Take 1-2 capsules with each meal. For exceptional digestive support, especially for those with gluten or casein allergies, take with Digest Complex and Digestase-Sp?.
For blood cleansing programs: Take up to 3 capsules 4 times daily, 2 hours away from food.
IngredientsEach capsule contains:
Highly purified plant enzymes yielding Protease 132,000 HUT
(Hemoglobin Unit Tyrosine Base)
Sango Marine Coral Concentrate, 100% solvent-free, excipient-free vegetable capsules. No magnesium stearate (a toxic excipient), corn, milk, soy, salt, sugar, wheat, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, binders, glues or other toxic tagalongs as found in tablets and gelatin capsules. Store in a cool, dry place.
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