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Fixing a "Protease Deficiency"

So today . . . let's talk about how to fix a "deficiency" in the enzyme called "protease".

Now . . . conventional medicine says . . . treatment for this deficiency includes . . . "enzyme replacement therapy, "antibiotics", laxatives and enemas.

This is "their" solution to this problem They also state eating a "high-calorie", "high-fat" diet will help to get the "nutrition" you need during this time.

Okay . . . this is SOOOOOO . . . very wrong.

Think about what you just read . . .

The replacement of "enzymes" is the only "good part" about that plan.

Because as we know . . . taking "antibiotics" KILLS our "good" bacteria . . . "laxatives" and "enemas" flush out what little "good" bacteria we "do" have left in the intestines . . . and eating a "high calories", "high fat" diet is never a "good" idea if we're not watching our omega 6 intake.

So let's back up for a moment and figure this out . . .

Remember the other day I said that a "lack" of "good" bacteria in the body allows "bad" bacteria to run amuck in the intestines???

Well . . . this also allows "lectins" in the food we eat to become "miscommunicators" with our "organs" like the "pancreas" . . . which causes "insulin issues" and even "pancreatitis" or "pancreatic cancer"

And when the "pancreas" isn't working correctly . . . it also won't produce enough of the "digestive enzyme" called "protease".

So first and foremost . . . we need to replenish the body's "good" bacteria to heal the intestines . . . so "lectins" aren't an issue . . . and the "pancreas" can start to work properly to produce the enzyme called "protease"

But . . . until then . . . we need to add "protease" to the body through the food we eat.

And foods that contain the "protease enzymes" that has the ability to breakdown or cut apart "protein" molecules would be . . .

Pineapple, papaya, kiwi, mangoes, Manuka honey, avocados, sauerkraut, kimchi, asparagus, broccoli and ginger to mention a few.

So what does "protease" actually do to an overgrowth of "bad" bacteria in the body???

Well . . . tomorrow we'll find out

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