FOOD ENZYMES

ENZYMES IN FOODS
Enzymes are necessary to break down foods into smaller components of nutrients to be absorbed into cells. Enzymes are found in fresh, raw fruits and vegetables. When fruits and vegetables are cooked, the enzymes are destroyed by the heated temperature. When eating overcooked food, the body puts demands on the stomach, pancreas, liver to produce enzymes to break down these foods. Most often our bodies do not produce enough enzymes to do the job. As we continually eat improper foods, enzymes are decreasingly produced as we age due to these increasing demands. In fact, decreased enzymes supplies cause aging. Increased enzymes produce longevity.

ENZYMES BREAK DOWN SLUDGE IN FAT CELLS!
Fresh, raw fruits and vegetables and their juices are highly concentrated sources of enzymes. These are the dynamic catalytic substances that have the power to break down the fatty wastes clinging to your fat cells. FOOD ENZYMES help scrub your fat cells and trim them down, thus slimming you down too if need be.

DIGESTIVE ENZYMES SUPPLEMENTS
It is better to get enzymes from raw foods than to take supplements as you probably know. As we age, our eating puts more demands on the digestive organs to produce enzymes. If you want to cleanse your fat cells, and digest cooked food that lacks enzymes, then you can supplement your diet with DIGESTIVE ENZYMES powder or capsules. Indigestion will greatly decrease. Just try 1-3 capsules whenever you eat cooked food. Supplementary enzymes will increase your digestion and increase your longevity by decreasing the effects of aging. They will help to slim down your fat cells!

ENZYMES RULES
• Chew food thoroughly to a paste, to release salivary and digestive enzymes in order to digest your food properly.

  1. Eliminate sugared sweeteners. Sugar in any form neutralizes or destroys valuable enzymes.
  2. No drinking liquids at mealtime. Liquids dilute enzymes for breaking down foods. If you must drink, sip a small amount of water or herbal tea.
  3. Avoid extreme temperature in foods and beverages. Too hot or too cold foods and drinks deactivate digestive enzymes.
  4. Avoid sharp seasonings. Salt, pepper, MSG, and “hot” seasonings “burn up” enzymes and practically destroy them.
  5. For best results, take supplementary enzymes when eating cooked food.

 

 

 

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