What Enzymes Can Do for You

Enzymes have a way to recognize anything that isn’t the human body and digest or consume them. While many are familiar with the benefit for breaking down food, many don’t realize the wider implications
Enzymes can:
✅ Ease pain, known to be caused by inflammation, by getting rid of build up and debris that inevitably come from the healing process
✅ Target parasites that can be difficult to get a handle on or address properly otherwise
✅ Help with mold and Candida by consuming them as they aren’t a part of the human body
✅ Clean up viral debris in the body left behind by things like Epstein Barr or long covid and and possibly viruses
✅ Help the body get rid of cysts, boils and tumors
✅ Help assist congested, stagnant lymph
✅ Help with blood clots
✅ Assist in cases of pancreatic insufficiency

Enzymes need to be taken on an empty stomach to be used therapeutically on a systemic (body wide versus just digestion) level. Certain types of enzymes have been studied more for different purposes. What’s most important is avoiding enzymes intended for digestion (specifically pepsin) when you’re using it systemically. For this systemic, body- wide purpose, you’ll want to be sure to take it away from food, either first thing in the morning or a couple hours (and 30 minutes prior to) eating.

Food sources like pineapple or papaya have still shown anti- inflammatory and decongesting properties. Other food sources are yogurt, kefir, raw milk and cheese, kiwi, asparagus, and ginger. All raw produce contain enzymes and can be supportive for digestion.

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