Without googling “digestive enzymes” would you be able to tell a friend what their roles are in our bodies? Would you be able to tell them how many are naturally produced in our bodies? Before I learned more about them, I would have had a basic description of what they do and why I need them and that’s about it.
Just the sound of the words digestive enzymes doesn’t sound all that interesting but, in reality, they’re actually very important. Enzymes support life! Specifically, digestive enzymes, help our bodies break down food into molecules so our bodies can pick them up and use them for essential functions.
Video with Dr Fuller – Enzyme Specialist
In the video, Dr. Fuller invited 7 people to learn more about how enzymes affect our overall health… but were told nothing in advance. Their blood was drawn before and 30 minutes after taking digestive enzymes. Wow! What a difference in blood cell movement! In case you didn’t know, blood cells are responsible for many things like delivering oxygen to the body and toxin removal, to name a few.
~See the oatmeal enzyme experiment & the live blood cell microscope
experiment by watching the 7 minute video.
A vitamin important for the normal formation of red blood cells and the health of the nerve tissues. It is also important in helping with the energy levels in your body.
My friend asked me if Vitamin B12 would help her as she was feeling tired and exhausted all the time. She sleeps well at night but still feels tired. So tired that she can hardly drag herself through the day. She was pushing herself through every activity, still being productive, but not like her normal energetic self. We got to talking about vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep the body nerves and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA the genetic materials of the cells. Vitamin B12 also helps to prevent types of anemia.