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Do we need more "Enzymes"?

Okay . . . so as we discovered yesterday . . . "enzymes" are a catalyst that regulates the rate at which chemical reactions proceed in living organisms without itself being altered in the process.

And a good example was our "metabolism".

We also spoke of some symptoms of an "enzyme" deficiency . . .

And today we're going to continue that discussion.

You see . . . one of the biggest problems we as lovers of this Western diet have . . . is the "inability" to digest our food correcting. And if the body is "lacking" proper "enzymes" . . . this deficiency tends to first show up in the "gut" with bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation and/or undigested food in the stool.

Simply said . . . if the body doesn't have enough "digestive enzymes" . . . it's unable to break down food properly causing "nutrient deficiencies", malnourishment and weight issues.

Now . . . "enzymes" aren't a one size fits all kind of thing. The body needs many different kinds for different functions such as:

Amylase - which is produced in the mouth

Pepsin - is produced in the stomach

And Pancreatic lipase, Trypsin, Deoxyribonuclease and Ribonuclease are produced in the pancreas.

And they're all needed to digest our food properly.

Okay . . . so another issue is this . . . the older that we get . . . many bodily functions slow down including the digestive tract.

You see . . . more times than not . . . the muscles in the digestive tract become stiffer, weaker and less efficient.