- The enzymes we need to digest our food are either created by the body (digestive enzymes) or are already present in the food when it is eaten (food enzymes).
- Digestive enzymes are catalysts which break down food into its basic components, so that our bodies can absorb the nutrients they require to build cells, tissues and organs.
- Our body makes enzymes and when we are young our body has an abundant supply of enzymes.
- As we age, we slowly begin to lose this efficiency. For example not being able to eat spicy foods and being less able to recover from physical activity, with reduced stamina.
- This reduced vitality signals a weakened and compromised immune system, and also shows you are running short of the enzymes you need to fuel your life.
- We also run short of enzymes due to lifestyle problems: for example fast food and excessive intake of fat and sugars all require large quantities of enzymes.
- In addition stress kills and damages cells, resulting in our enzyme-making machinery having to work overtime to help rebuild and replace them.
- If you notice digestive symptoms such as bloating, food intolerances, discomfort after eating, cramping or any other similar and related digestive symptoms, it is likely your body is not able to provide sufficient digestive enzymes for the food you eat.
- If you do experience digestive symptoms, it is always a good idea to change your diet to eat as much raw, fresh (enzyme-rich) food as possible in small, frequent amounts. You might also consider taking a good, broad-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement.
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