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.
What if the foundation of good health and the way you understood it is INCOMPLETE?
Video with Dr Fuller – Enzyme Specialist
There is a lot of mystery around enzymes when in actuality they are very simple to understand.
- You need them
- They need to be present
- They need to be in the cell for the cell to work
- YOU need them for good health!
Everyone needs supplemental enzymes …..they just don’t know it.
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.
Important takeaways from this video
- Systemic Enzymes have been formulated and blended to work only in the presence of blood. They don’t stop in your stomach, they then go into your blood.
- 30 minutes after taking enzymes they tested the blood cells again and you could see a huge difference in movement. The cells moved much more freely with white blood cells everywhere. By taking enzymes you shouldn’t have plaque build-up and your body will be able to drop more toxins.
- We will suggest that you take a high quality enzyme that will help you at that cellular level.
When going to the doctor for digestive issues, oftentimes, he or she will tell you to take an OTC medication and eat better. Could this be covering up the issue? In my opinion, YES, it very well could be.
Here are a few problems I have with the treatment plan above:
- In many instances, it doesn’t address the true issue.
- The true issue may be an inability to break down certain foods.
- Eating healthier is great, but does it actually lead to better digestion and a better well-being? Maybe not without digestive enzymes!
- You are adding something to your diet (blanket medication) that may not be necessary.