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Supreme Enzymes

Supreme enzymes are digestive enzymes, which assimilate the food nutrients.

Digestive enzymes are stronger than any other enzymes in human beings and more concentrated than any other combination in nature.

Processed food demands great deal of enzymatic work!

Have you ever asked yourself, ‘How is it possible that I am sick even though I eat organic food and am very careful with my diet?’. The answer most likely revolves around SUPREME ENZYME DEFICIENCY.

The fact is that all diseases are either the result of an imbalance of enzymes or enzyme inhibitors. An enzyme deficiency can manifest itself as a variety of conditions. Presented here is a brief look at causes and symptoms.


Protease deficiency

Protease digests protein. Acidity is created through the digestion of protein. Therefore a protease deficiency results in an alkaline excess in the blood. This alkaline environment can cause anxiety and insomnia. In addition, since protein is required to carry protein-bound calcium in the blood, a protease deficiency lays the foundation for arthritis, osteoporosis and other calcium deficiency diseases.

Because protein is converted to glucose upon demand, inadequate protein digestion leads to hypoglycemia, resulting in moodiness, mood swings and irritability.

Protease also has an ability to digest unwanted debris in the blood including certain bacteria and viruses. Therefore, protease deficient people are immune compromised, making them susceptible to bacteria, viral and fast infections and a general decrease in immunity.


Amylase Deficiency

Amylase digests carbohydrates along with dead white blood cells (pus). When you are low in amylase you are a candidate for abscesses (inflamed areas with pus but not bacteria). Amylase is also involved in anti-inflammatory reactions such as those caused by the release of histamine and similar substances. An amylase deficiency can result in skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema, hives, allergic reactions to bee and bug stings, topic dermatitis, and all type of herpes. Asthma and emphysema may also be exacerbated by an amylase deficiency.


Lipase Deficiency

Since lipase digests fat, fat-soluble vitamins, and it balances fatty acids, lipase deficient people can be expected to have a tendency towards high cholesterol, high triglycerides, difficulty loosing weight and diabetes. The further outcome of these tendencies is heart disease, which kills one out of two Americans. Lipase deficient people also have decreased cell permeability, meaning nutrients cannot get in and waste cannot get out. The condition of vertigo or labrynthis, also called Meniere’s Disease (dizziness aggravated by movement such as walking or driving), can also result from lipase deficiency.


Cellulase Deficiency

Cellulase breaks down the fiber in our diet. Because our body does not produce cellulase, this food enzyme is essential. We must eat it on a daily basis Remember, ONLY RAW FOODS CONTAIN CELLULASE. Of all the enzymes, this deficiency carries with it the most categories of problems.

The symptoms of cellulase deficiency can best be described as malabsoption syndrome (impaired absorption of nutrients, vitamins, or minerals from the diet by the lining of the small intestines). Malabsoption has many symptoms including lower abdominal gas, pain, bloating and problems associated with the jejunum and pancreas. The consumption of fiber enriched nutritional drinks, which are full of cellulose, can exacerbate these problems.


Sucrase deficiency

Sucrose intolerent people cannot split the sucrose disaccharide into twin partners, two units of glucose. Glucose is primary brain food, so expect mental and emotional problems in people who cannot get glucose into the brain. Symptoms include depression, moodiness, panic attacks, manic and schizophrenic behavior and severe mood swings.


Lactase deficiency

Lactose intolerant people have classic symptoms which include abdominal cramps and diarrhea. Other allergic symptoms, including asthma, have been witnessed from the indigestion of lactose-containing products.


Maltase deficiency

Maltase intolerant people are generally sensitive to environmental conditions.

An intolerance to sucrose, lactose or maltose may be worsened by a deficiency in sucrase, lactase or maltase.


Gluten intolerance

Gluten intolerance is associated with Celiac Disease and Malabsoption Syndrome. It is also associated with Crohn’s Disease. The insidious thing about gluten intolerance is that it creates a sugar intolerance because when gluten intolerant people eat gluten containing food, the brush border cells of the jejunum are injured and thus unable to secrete the disaccharides (sucrose, lactose, and maltose) leading to sugar intolerance. Gluten grains include wheat, oats, rye and barley. Not everyone has to avoid all four grains; however, sometimes it is a must.

The problems discussed here are just the tip f the iceberg. More discoveries continue to emerge as research with food enzymes continue.


*None of the statements above have been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.


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