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For Breaking Down Fats, Carbohydrates and Proteins
After you finish the first month of colon cleansing, you can start taking enzymes. Enzymes can be taken at higher doses by people with microbial infections (parasites) in the intestinal tract.
Digestive enzymes cause food that we eat to be broken down much faster, and much more effectively, than it would occur without them. There are two types of the digestive enzymes on the market: animal and plant enzymes. No matter which one you choose, as any good digestive enzyme formula would address every type of food group: proteins, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, lactose, and fiber.
Your digestive system, immune system, bloodstream, liver, kidneys, spleen and pancreas, as well as your ability to see, think, feel and breathe, all depend on enzymes. If your body does not produce enough enzymes you can develop a vast number of illnesses. All the food and nutritional supplements you consume will not do any good if they are not sufficiently broken down and absorbed by the body. As we age, the number of enzymes and their activity levels decrease. This is why supplementation with digestive enzymes is especially advisable for anyone over 40.
Normally, fresh fruits and vegetables contain enzymes that help us to digest them. But, the enzymatic level of fresh fruits and vegetables is reduced by long-term storage, pesticides, and toxins from water and soil. Cooking food destroys enzymes. An obvious solution is to use enzyme supplements at least with the cooked food or use it on the regular bases.
There is a connection between the strength of our immune system and our enzyme level. Your body produces enzymes regularly. The more enzymes you have, the stronger your immune system is and the healthier and stronger you will be in the older age. It is scientifically confirmed that a person does not have low enzyme content because he or she is sick or aged, but instead, the reason a person may be sick or aged is because of low enzyme content. You will need to take your enzymes between meals, and in about a month you will feel the difference.
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