Enzyme therapy uses enzymes to treat deficiencies and other medical conditions in the
body. Enzymes are macromolecules that speed up the processes in the body to help digest food, cleanse the blood,
break down toxins, strengthen immune system, build protein into muscles…
Non-specific enzyme therapy is not intended to speed up metabolism, but to stimulate regenerative processes in the
Most Americans eat little raw food and do not get enough plant enzymes. These enzymes are destroyed during cooking.
Eating raw vegetables is helpful because the enzymes needed to digest food are often in the food you eat. Plant
enzymes are active in the stomach and are used to predigest the food.
Animal-based enzymes are also known as pancreatic enzymes. These enzymes are not active
in the stomach but work in the intestines and may help the immune system. Pancreatic enzymes help break down
protein, sugar, fat, and fiber in our food.
Enzyme therapy is used to treat inflammation (warmth, redness, swelling, pain). Surgical or trauma injuries respond
well to enzyme therapy. Acne, arthritis, allergies, bronchitis, cataracts, common cold, and shingles may be treated
with enzymes. Autoimmune disease, cancer, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), multiple sclerosis (MS), and immune
deficiencies may improve with enzyme therapy.
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