Before understanding enzymes, it is good to see how body cells functions.
The very existence of cells depends on complicated chemical reactions that require a constant supply of enery. Without energy, cells become disorganised, resulting in illness and even death.
Energy cannot be used or produced without enzymes.
First, enzymes make the digestive system work. They convert the 3 basic food groups (proteins, fats and carbohydrates) into materials our body can use.
Digestion is followed by absorption taking place in the small intestines.
Absorption in the small intestine is like sorting products on an assembly line in the factory. As they ppass by, individual nutrients are selected, pulled out and transported into the bloodstream through the walls of the small intestines.
Enzymes play a decisive role in food absorption from the gut to the bloodstream and are essential in transport of nutrients.
Enzymes have also been used in injuries and inflammation. They assist in accelerating the healing of wounds, eliminate pain, shorten the duration of inflammation and avoid disfiguring scars.
Enzymes are also found helpful to normalise the female hormones and hormonal cycles, alleviate the symptoms of menopause and relieve premenstrual syndrome.
Important note: choose natural enzymes.