Enzymes are a delicate lifelike
substance found in all living cells whether animal or vegetable.
Enzymes are energized protein molecules. They catalyze and regulate
nearly all biochemical reactions that occur within the human body. In
other words, enzymes turn the food we eat into energy and unlock this
energy for use in the body. Our bodies naturally produce both
digestive and metabolic enzymes.
"ENZYMES are connected to every
working organ in our body and run our lifeís processes."
Digestive enzymes are secreted along
the digestive tract to break food down into nutrients and wastes.
Metabolic enzymes speed up chemical reactions within the cells for
detoxification and energy production. Food enzymes are introduced to
the body through the raw foods. The only other way to get enzymes is
to take supplemental enzymes. A variety of enzymes are available
through different sources. Only by analyzing the content labels to
compare products can you be sure you are getting the best product
available. Transformation's formulas use only pharmaceutical
grade plant enzymes.
"ENZYMES are needed for every
chemical reaction that takes place in the body."
Enzymes Are Catalysts.
Plant Enzymes are grown from plant
protein food in a laboratory setting. Plant enzymes are not sloughed
off as if the body has no need for them. They exit only after there is
no more activity in them to do their work.
Enzymes have no harmful effects. Enzymes are a food that is natural to the body and since they are
proven to be a catalyst, or plant enzymes are in a completely
different arena from other enzyme supplements.
The Life Force Within Us
"Life could not exist without
enzymes. What this means is that our breathing, sleeping, eating,
working and even thinking are enzyme dependent."
You may come across "commercial
grade enzymes". They are not as pure and often contain fillers.
Fillers can be many things including leftover fibers or cellulose.
Subtle Energy Solutionsís Formulas contain NO FILLERS in any of its enzyme Body
Why do we need Supplemental Enzymes?
We are all born with the ability to
produce a finite number of enzymes during our lifetime. This ability
is referred to as our enzyme potential. Enzyme potential is determined
genetically by our Body Type.
Family members with the same father and mother are often very different, both in looks and in how they experience their lives. They will have differences in their emotional tendencies, food preferences, and susceptibility to illness. We are similar but different. The difference lies in our genes. We are 99.8% alike, however the 0.2% makes a great difference in how we utilize minerals, hormones, and enzymes. These genetic differences can be seen in many ways. Our biochemical body type will determine how we absorb nutrients, how we digest food, and how we respond to aging.
There are four bases that make up our DNA and there are four body types. We have been able to prove this technique by evaluating fluids and measuring skeletal structure. Time after time, we have demonstrated that these body types really do exist. It is more than a theory. It is who we are. The development of an individual's biochemical type happened in their mother's womb. We have thus been able to accurately measure children as young as three to five years old. That is why it is especially important for mothers to eat properly.
Each one of these types may have different symptoms and may not tolerate the same type of food intake. It is important to recognize your biochemical type so that you may begin the balancing of proper food, hormones, and exercise for your type. Although there is no "quick fix," remember that there is still the power of knowledge and the effectiveness of choices that are based on knowledge. Find out your body type by taking our BODY TYPE SURVEY).
"Because our entire system
functions through enzymatic action, we must supplement our
We need supplemental enzymes because
certain body types are prone to be deficient of particular types of
enzymes. Cellulase and phytase are examples of two
enzymes that our bodies need but do not produce. Cellulase and phytase
are used to break down fruit and vegetable fibers.
"FOOD ENZYMES are destroyed by
cooking and processing."
Raw food contains only enough enzymes
to digest that particular food. We need supplemental enzymes,
especially when we eat processed food. When food is processed its
natural enzymes are destroyed.
"ENZYMES can prevent partially
digested proteins from putrefying, carbohydrates from fermenting, and
fats from turning rancid within your system."
Research shows that as we age we lose
our ability to make our necessary enzymes. Eighty percent of our
bodyís energy is expended by the digestive process. Over the years
as we age, we use up so much of our enzyme potential making digestive
enzymes necessary to digest our food, we begin to run short.
This deficiency leads to malabsorption
and poor nutrition. Undigested food collects in the colon. Poorly
digested protein putrefies, fats turn rancid and carbohydrates
ferment. If you are run down, under stress, living in a very hot or a
very cold climate, pregnant or are a frequent air traveler, your body
requires enormous quantities of extra enzymes. As we use up and abuse
our enzyme potential we begin to lose energy, lose our ability for our
body to remedy its own naturally occurring malfunctions. This loss may
lead to disease and eventually death.
Medical research tells us that all
disease is due to a lack or imbalance of enzymes. Enzymes and a proper
diet can balance the immune system and contribute to a healthy body.
COMMON ENZYMES FOR DIGESTION
It is important to understand the difference between the enzyme types and make sure you
are using an enzyme that will meet your particular needs. There are
four main types of enzymes that break down food:
Protease breaks down proteins; Amylase
breaks down carbohydrates; Lipase breaks down fats; Cellulase
breaks down fibers In addition to amylase, three additional
"sub-amylases" are essential to the digestion of
carbohydrates; Lactase breaks down lactose (milk sugar); Sucrase
breaks down sucrose (refined sugar); Maltase breaks down
sucrose (malt sugar).
Transformation Enzyme Corporation leads the industry in providing safe and effective mycelia-derived digestive enzymes. The original Transformation product line offers high enzyme activity levels that can be taken in therapeutic doses. If you are a health-care professional, please contact us regarding our special practitioner discounts for Transformation Enzyme products, as well as our Subtle Energy Solutions products. Contact Boyd Martin, ORDER LINE, 888-301-6773.