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Enzymes are responsible for every metabolic action in the body, including digestion.
There are 3 main types of enzymes, Digestive, Food and Metabolic.
Digestive Enzymes enable the breakdown of food so the body and blood can use the nutrients. Enzymes are needed to assimilate a mango into tissue, blood and organs.
Digestive enzymes are secreted along the digestive tract, in pancreatic and intestinal juices and saliva. These digestive enzymes are designed to be suited for different foods. Foe example, broccoli requires digestive enzymes different from those require by mango’s. almond etc.
Amylase breaks down Carbohydrates
Lipase breaks down Fats
Proteas breaks down Proteins
Food Enzymes are essential and irreplaceable for breaking down food in order to make nutrients available to the body.
Our bodies demand a constant supply of enzymes for biochemical reactions. Digestion is just one of the processes that requires enzymes.
Processed and cooked foods are devoid of enzymes and require an excessive drain on energy from the body for digestion.
It takes a significant amount of energy for our body’s to produce enzymes to digest food that is lacking enzymes due to cooking, processing and refining.
Enzymes are readily available in living plant based foods.
Eating cooked, processed and refined food is a drain on the body because an enormous amount of energy is required just to produce the enzymes needed to break down the foods versus using the energy to replenish, repair, and maintain tissue, blood and organs.
Metabolic Enzymes are present in every cell of the body. They are responsible for energy production and detoxification.
Metabolic enzymes are responsible for building blood, tissue and organs from protein, carbohydrates and fats.
Every tissue of the body has metabolic enzymes tailored to specific needs.
Metabolic enzymes decode and translate crude energy from food into usable energy for the body.
Enzymes & Heat Enzymes are extremely sensitive to heat. Enzymes are destroyed by temperature in excess of 110*F or 43*C.
Raw living food is the only food complete with naturally occurring enzymes.
Food that has been cooked, processed, refined or pasteurized is deficient in enzymes necessary for digestion and absorption.
This forces our bodies, which are busy with a trillion other cells, to bear the burden.
Foods that contain an abundance of enzymes are sprouts, papaya/paw paw, pineapple, kiwi fruit.
Avocado, nuts and seeds contain the enzyme lipase.
A diet rich in raw living plant based foods provide more than enough enzymes for the body. Raw living plant based foods transform degenerated tissues and weakened digestive systems that have been taxed by cooked, refined and processed diets.