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Why We Need Enzymes

Updated: Mar 26, 2022

Enzymes are the spark of life. The human body is made up of millions of enzymes that are responsible for every metabolic purpose. Digestive enzymes work specifically in the stomach and intestines to help the body digest food, absorb nutrients, relieve gastrointestinal disorders, and assist in #WeightLoss.

Systemic enzymes strengthen the body as a whole by passing through the digestive system and targeting tissue and organs. Their benefits throughout the body are numerous and essential to living a vibrant and disease-free life.

Digestive enzyme supplementation is a generally accepted way to assist the body's own enzymes in the breakdown and assimilation of food nutrients. Supplement systemic enzymes, which are not as well known, show tremendous promise in addressing many common health concerns.

Both digestive and systemic supplements provide the same types of enzymes from the same sources. However, they differ in the time of day the product is taken and the blend/potency of the enzymes found in the product.

Enzymes taken with the food are completely dedicated to digesting that food, releasing nutrients that can be absorbed and utilized by the body. Enzymes taken on an empty stomach can pass intact into the bloodstream, where they help restore and maintain healthy blood and tissue functions.

Substantial research has shown proteolytic enzymes or proteases taken between meals, preferably one hour before and two hours after can have a beneficial effect on immune, inflammatory, and cardiovascular processes.

There is limited research on the systemic use of amylase and lipase, however, there is clinical evidence supporting the use of amylase to help maintain normal cardiometabolic function and immune response to allergens, and lipase for healthy triglyceride metabolism and weight management.

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