Enzymes are sort of like mom’s home cooking: we take it for granted, and don’t quite realize what we’ve got till it’s gone.
If you have great digestion, quick muscle recovery and little inflammation, you have your body’s enzymes to thank. Why? Enzymes play a critical role in the body, breaking food down into nutrients that can be absorbed and utilized. Without sufficient enzyme activity, it doesn’t matter how healthy a diet is. In the absence of enzymes, these nutrient-rich foods pass through the system unabsorbed.
Enzymes can come from the foods we eat, and the body also produces them on its own. But, like most things, enzyme production slows with age. In fact, by age 50, the body makes about half as many enzymes as it did at its peak. And, if you suffer from a disease such as Celiac disease, cystic fibrosis, or pancreatitis, enzyme deficiency is even more severe.
In this guide, you'll find:
- How to know if you have an enzyme deficiency
- Benefits of enzymes
- Incorporating enzymes through supplements and diet
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