How does enzyme work?
American Naturopathic Dr. Humbart Santillo said: Enzymes are the electrical current that makes the light bulb work. ... If you don't have enzymes, your food is not converted to energy...
Enzyme, also known as "life magician", is a catalyst for a variety of biochemical reactions. Enzymes are present in all living cells, being the start of the vitality of cells, as the cells exhibit a variety of biological phenomena. If no enzymes, all cellular activity will lose momentum, and neither will there be the phenomenon of life.
Enzyme is a very special complex protein. It serves as the most important medium in metabolism in the human body. This means that if there is no enzyme in the body, there would be no chemical process and no metabolism, and in such a case, there would of course be no life.
Because the human body is one of the most sophisticated chemical factories, countless various chemical processes carry out day and night in various organs. Therefore, the most important thing to rely on are thousands of various enzymes to help the chemical process work smoothly.
During the chemical process, enzymes are lessened. The human body can produce some of the enzymes, but most of enzymes need to be continuously added from food to balance the enzymes in our body. If the supplement is insufficient, it will lead to metabolic disorders in some organs. Varieties of serious symptoms appear. The more enzyme deficiency, the more aging; on the contrary, the more enzyme storage in body, the more healthy.
How many type of enzymes do we have in our body?
So far no one knows. Up to date, over 700 special enzymes have been discovered and named.
Food enzymes can be classified into 5 categories:
Since the enzyme is unitary, so each enzyme has only one function, each enzyme fulfills their duties to maintain the normal operation of the various functions of the human body. Muscle movement, nerve conduction, heart beating, breathing, thinking, digesting food, construction/repair tissue and enhance detoxification function, etc., all need enzymes to operate. So, No enzymes, No life.
Now if we want to keep a healthy body, the concept is no longer what drugs cure illness, but rather to seek which approach will make the whole body metabolism able to operate normally. So that a variety of diseases naturally disappear.
Enzyme can cure illness by 6 functions
By Medicine Doctor Yoshio Morita – Enzyme specialist in Japan
1. Maintenance vivo environment
This role is to make the blood become Alkaline. Rid of wastes, to maintain intestinal bacteria balance, strengthen cells, promote digestion, strengthen immunity, to maintain a balance in all aspects.
Inflammation is that bacteria grow in part of the injured cell. Treatment of inflammatory, enzyme moves leukocyte, then the leukocyte can function well, and give power to the injured cell.
Enzymes can promote leukocyte bactericidal, it also has additional antibacterial effect to kill bacteria. On the other hand, enzyme also has the role to stimulate cell regeneration. Therefore it is possible to cure illness fundamentally.
It is the important function of enzymes. It can remove the accumulated waste in lesion or vessel, and restore normal function. Also enzyme can help digestion and absorption of food.
5. Purify the blood
It excretes the waste in blood, decomposes inflammation virus, decomposes the cholesterol caused by acidic blood, allows blood to be slightly alkaline, keeps good blood circulation permanently.
6. Cell regeneration
Can promote cell metabolism, increase energy. All patients are the same, must rely on one’s own natural healing power to recover one’s health. Antibiotics can kill the bacteria, but cannot grow new cell.
Enzymes have more than 6 functions to treat disease. These all are through enzymes’ main role. These effects do not occur individually, but occur simultaneously. Thus in general the timely effectiveness differs from standard medicine. It takes some more time. But it can cure, not just cure a disease, but to heal the entire body.
Who needs enzyme the most?
1.Those who eat out twice or more per week.
2. Those whose diet is basically cooked food, and contains less than 1/3 of uncooked food (vegetables and fruits).
3. Those who consume too much meat, fish, eggs, milk, sweets, and fat.
4. Those who skip breakfast, love to snack before bed, and have an irregular daily schedule.
5. Those who use their brains too much, are stressed from school or work, or hope to have a clearer mind.
6. Those who have problem focusing or feel sleepy or drowsy after meals.
7. Those who have gastrointestinal problems, such as too much gas, constipation or excrement of foul smell.
8. Those who are droopy in the morning, easily get tired, or suffer from an unknown problem.
9. Those who are afraid of cold or heat, or lack of exercise or physical fitness.
10. Those who are physically older than their age, or have menstrual problem or disorder of physical functions.
11. Women before and after giving birth.
12. Those who smoke, drink, and have active social lives.
13. Those who are sick, recovering from illness or on medication.
14. Those who need liquid nutrition supplement before and after surgery.
15. Those who pay a lot of attention to their health and wish to live longer.
16. Those who wish to stay young and beautiful.
17. Those who are growing and wish to have a head start.