Revealed: The Truth About Health And The Role Of Digestion In Strengthening The Immune System With The Help Of Enzymes

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Suppose you are trapped in a small, windowless room with no phone, no food, no water — no nothing.

What would you do?

Would you lose your grip? Or would you devise an escape plan?

Would you tell yourself this is the end of the line? Or would you ask yourself what in the world are you doing on the floor, feeling sorry for yourself?

In short, what kind of person are you?

Now, imagine that room to be a disease that contains and isolates you from everything that makes life, life.

Are you the kind of person who would say, “Well, cancer is in my bloodline. Nothing I can do about that”?

Or are you the kind of person who would say, “Because cancer is in my bloodline, I need to put in the extra work to protect myself against it”?

How Diet Can Make or Break Your Life

If you’re still here, then you must be a fighter.

You want to learn more about how you can fight your battle against diseases better and wiser.

Of course, your first line of defense against any illness is your health.

And your diet heavily impacts if and how your body restores itself after an attack.

You need to be vigilant with everything you put and don’t put in your body because, in the long-term, it could mean life and death.

Living in the Information Age has its pros and cons regarding choosing the right diet for you.

Go on the web and look up “healthy diet,” and you will find a couple of billion results—some of which might approve of what you think a healthy diet is, while some might completely debunk your entire belief system on health.

Soon enough, you might want to bang your head on the wall out of confusion.

Don’t fret, though.

In 2019, several groups of nutritionists wrote in The Lancet the following:

            “…there is no diet or dietary intervention that is right for everyone, or even for an individual throughout their lifespan.”

In simpler words, one diet cannot fit all.

In fact, groundbreaking research conducted by researchers at King’s College London and Massachusetts General Hospital discovered that even identical twins have a different response to food.

If you’re thinking, “Well, that just makes being healthy even more confusing!” stay with me.

While it’s true that each person has a different dietary requirement, it’s also true that all humans react badly on a particular nutritional lifestyle.

In a nutshell, humanity has never consumed as much rubbish as we do now.

The modern-day diet is a recipe for disaster, especially if you pair that with a sedentary lifestyle.

In fact, an internal medicine physician at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital made a list of diseases caused or may primarily be caused by poor diet/obesity.

Don’t make this your bucket list.

Acquiring even just one or two of those health conditions can already dramatically affect the quality of your life.

And it mainly boils down to the food you consume and the ones you forgo.

Required portions may vary according to individual dietary needs.

21st Century: An Anti-Health Century?

Of course, we don’t forget that the modern world is all about hustling.

It seems like we don’t have time for anything recreational, much less monitoring what we eat every single meal every single day.

This makes it difficult for many of us to consume all the nutrients we need in a day.

Also, it’s important to mention that not everyone has access and the ability to attain all the vitamins and minerals they need.

So having prepackaged, accessible, quick-and-easy-to-prepare meals is such a fascinating convenience to have.

But is the convenience worth your health?

Well, the truth is, there are only so many things you can do with your life if you have poor health.

And there are inevitable repercussions to an unhealthy diet, the worst of which is death.

Nine out of ten in this list are health-related conditions and are heavily influenced by a combination of a sedentary lifestyle and poor nutrition.

If you have or someone in your family has life-threatening diseases, you know they can turn your life into a living nightmare.

And their destructive tendencies can encourage hopelessness among their victims.

Worse, they not only attack obvious victims.

Some people look like they are doing well and healthy.

They are gym buffs, they swear by some healthy diet trend, get enough rest every day, then one day, like a lion to a prey, disease pounces on them, and their life is changed forever.

Just like that.

What is interesting about this case is that new technology has opened so many doors that allowed for many scientific discoveries.

We are one click away from learning all the ways we can avoid lung cancer, for example.

Yet, the number of deaths caused by diseases keeps going up, and the age of the victims keeps going down.

So, what are we doing wrong?

What are we missing?

One word: Enzymes

How Enzymes Work and Why We Need Them

Enzymes are made up of proteins, and they are present in all living cells. Their purpose is to activate the energy in the cells and exhibit all kinds of life signs.

The human body relies on enzymes to carry out various biochemical reactions that keep us alive, including our metabolic processes.

So, in a nutshell, there is no life without enzymes.

There are different classifications of food/digestive enzymes, and each of them has its own vital role to play.

A deficiency of enzymes will lead to metabolic disorders or even severe symptoms in some organs with the warning signs of life.

So, where can you get enzymes?

Some enzymes are naturally produced in the body, but most of them are harnessed from food sources.

However, it’s important to remember that enzymes are destroyed by elevated temperature (i.e., above 50oc).

And this is problematic since most of us live off of cooked or processed foods.

You also need to consume other foods that contain all the enzymes you need in your body.

Just so you know, there’s a lot.

According to Enzyme Science, there are approximately 1,300 different enzymes in the human cell, but some other sources say there can be up to 10,000 enzymes.

Still, those are big numbers.

And the inconvenience or lack of resources may hinder and discourage you from packing on the enzymes from food sources.

All is not lost, though.

Remember that there’s still another way to get enzymes: from enzyme supplements.

Life Enzyme checks off all items on that list.

I know you identified yourself somewhere in that list.

So, don’t spend one more second trapped in the room of suffering.

I dare you to bring back the life with Life Enzyme from Orgaanics.

A healthier you starts right here, right now. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are enzymes?

Enzymes are fundamental to life. They are essential to every function that makes human life possible. Enzymes regulate the normal processes of digestion, absorption, and waste removal and activate the immune system.

According to Dr. Edward Howell, in his book, Enzyme Nutrition, we are given a limited supply of bodily enzyme energy at birth. Like the energy in our new battery, our supply has to last us a lifetime. The faster we use up our enzyme supply --- the shorter our life.

Enzymes are found in raw foods. However, because of environmental pollution, raw foods are contaminated with residuals of chemicals and pesticides. To make matters worse, processing, cooking and preserving foods, destroy all enzymes.

Studies show that enzyme deficiency can cause a myriad of health problems and accelerated aging. People who suffer from a number of chronic diseases like diabetes, skin disorders, arthritis, cancer and immune deficiencies share a common denominator -- ENZYME DEFICIENCY! This is because most people spend their enzyme “bank account” and seldom make a “deposit”.

Why are enzymes important?

The exceptional benefits of taking Life Enzyme will strengthen the body’s immune system, alleviate tiredness and boost energy levels. It also improves digestion, absorption of nutrients, and enhances skin complexion. The old saying that nature will cure itself really refers to enzyme activity.

Why haven't I heard of enzymes before?

The focus of the pharmaceutical industry has been placed on vitamins and minerals. The discovery of the use of animal enzymes didn’t occur until the 1930’s by Dr. Wolfe of Germany. Dr. Edward Howell discovered the use of plant enzymes supplements in the same period. These two pioneers in the research of enzymes paved the way for enzyme supplementation.

It was not until the mid-1980s that America began to get educated on the importance of enzymes. In the 1990s, enzyme supplementation has become an accepted health care alternative.

Japan is the leading consumer of enzymes. The diet of the Japanese consists mostly of raw food rich in enzymes. They are known to live longer with an average life expectancy of 86 for women and 79 for men according to Forbes Magazine’s recent survey of the healthiest countries. They are some of the longest-living citizens in the world. Although their business culture is high in stress, they still live longer than the rest of the world’s population.

In Germany, enzymes are the nation’s second most popular pain reliever next to aspirin.

We’ve never heard of enzymes before but other countries have been using them to treat their patients. In fact, it has been around for centuries. It’s just the emphasis has mostly been on conventional medicine to treat the sick.

According to Lee Euler, he believes, in a few years, everyone will supplement with enzymes. They will become the NEW ANTIOXIDANT!

I am already taking several vitamin & mineral supplements – Why do I need enzyme supplements?

According to Lee Euler, “There is an abundance of vitamin and mineral supplements but nothing can do the work of digestive enzymes to completely and properly digest cooked, processed and enzyme-less food.”

All vitamins and minerals are called co-enzymes. They are dependent on enzymes to break them down into soluble form so that they can be absorbed into our bodies.

For as long as we are alive, we eat and digest. Enzymes aid in the digestion of food.

How are enzyme supplements different from other health supplements?

“If you take vitamins and minerals you’re only getting it half right. A new class of nutrients is just as important – maybe MORE important….You can take all vitamins and supplements and herbal remedies you want and you still won’t get as well as you should. It’s all because you‘re missing vital ENZYMES.” - Lee Euler, The Missing Ingredient

Enzymes are like construction workers. They are responsible for “building” the best architectural marvel – our bodies, from raw material we get from the food we eat and from the vitamins and minerals we take. You can have an ample supply of ‘building materials’ but without the workers to do the job, they will remain unused and eventually wasted.

I have a clean bill of health – why should I take enzyme supplements?

According to Dr. Edward Howell in his book “Enzyme Nutrition” we are all given an “Enzyme Bank Account” at birth. As we age, our bodies keep on making “withdrawals”. If we don’t put any enzyme deposits back into our Enzyme Bank Account it will eventually go bankrupt.

A depletion of enzymes can cause a number of diseases. The following are common indicators of enzyme deficiencies – or a lack of ‘workers’.

• Headaches
• Stiff or sore joints
• Constipation and/or diarrhea
• Gas, bloating, and/or sleepiness after meals
• Heartburn
• Acid reflux
• Irritability, restlessness, and/or insomnia
• Anxiety and/or depression

Taking Life Enzyme doesn’t cure diseases. It is metabolic enzymes along with our immune system that rebuilds, repair,s and restores the body into balance or homeostasis. When you supply the body with more ‘workers’, and not just raw materials, it can get the necessary work done to churn out a healthy body.

Where do enzymes come from?

Enzymes can be derived from animals like glandular enzymes that support the organs and glands of the body that are responsible for secreting digestive enzymes. They work well as an anti-inflammatory, aid in the relief of stress on the pancreas and the liver, but are poor digesters of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. If the body needs digestive assistance in the breakdown of foods, plant-based enzymes are the best.

What types of enzymes are in LIFE ENZYME?

Life Enzyme is a plant-based enzyme made from a wide variety of warm and cold fruits, vegetables, some ancient Chinese herbal plants, and probiotics. It has gone through a one-year traditional fermentation technique to allow the fruits and vegetables to break-down naturally.

  • Amylase: breaks down carbohydrates, starches, and sugars found in potatoes, fruits, vegetables, and snack foods
  • Lipase: breaks down fat found in butter, cheese, meat, dietary fats and oils
  • Protease: breaks down protein found in meats, nuts, milk, and cheese
  • Papain: derived from papaya, breaks down protein-rich foods
  • Bromelain: derived from pineapple, breaks down protein

Is LIFE ENZYME safe for the elderly, the sick, pregnant women, & children?

Yes, Life Enzyme is safe for everyone but it’s still best to seek the advice of a medical professional. Bear in mind, Life Enzyme is an all-natural, plant-based enzyme with no artificial sweeteners, flavors, and colors, no added sugar, sodium and, no added preservatives.

What makes LIFE ENZYME superior to other enzyme supplements?

Taiwan is the best source for Life Enzyme ingredients as it has both cold and warm seasons allowing the growth of a large variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbal plants required to produce a varied natural enzyme complex. Superior technology, the best probiotics (good bacteria), and careful selection of ingredients are patiently fermented for one year to produce the highest quality, natural enzyme product in the market today.