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The Crucial Role of Enzymes

Summary: Enzymes are crucial to thousands of biochemical processes in our bodies and our brains. And, because enzymes are primarily found in raw fruits and vegetables, most people are not getting enough of them.
Air Date: 4/21/21
Duration: 25:48
The Crucial Role of Enzymes

Enzymes are crucial to thousands of biochemical processes in our bodies and our brains. And, because enzymes are primarily found in raw fruits and vegetables, most people are not getting enough of them. Some of the key biochemical processes where enzymes are needed are energy production, oxygen absorption, healing wounds, and dissolving blood clots. 

One of the most important roles of enzymes is in the digestion of foods, and as we age, we make less and less of these digestive enzymes. It’s all part of the aging and dying process, but you can slow this process down by eating more raw fruits and vegetables, as well as taking digestive enzymes in supplement form. A deficiency of digestive enzymes, made mostly in the pancreas, leads to a deficiency of metabolic enzymes, which are the ones doing all the work in the aforementioned biochemical process.

Over 90% of the food Americans eat is processed. This destroys enzymes. Most of the food is then cooked, which destroys any remaining enzymes. This leads to digestive issues, such as constipation or diarrhea, which in turn leads to poor nutrient absorption and the production of toxins. Eventually, this leads to the development of chronic diseases, including heart disease and cancer.

Enzymes do not need to play such a negative role in our health. In fact, if we eat enough raw food, and take digestive enzymes in supplement form, some very good things can happen.

Hear more as Dr. Bens and Aubrey talk about all of the things do to help our bodies out, predicting disease and helping allergies. 

You can find Aubrey on her websiteLinkedIn, or Instagram

And you can find Dr. Bens on his website