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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF ENZYMES “What are enzymes?” Enzymes are proteins that are found in all living things either within the cells or dissolved in the fluids surrounding all cells. The miracle of life would be impossible without enzymes. Enzymes are at the heart of all the body’s activities, from digesting the food we eat to blinking our eyes. Without enzymes, there would be no life as we know it, since the human body is actually a series of thousands of enzymatic reactions happening at every moment. “There is no other mechanism in the body except enzyme action to protect the body from any hazard. It is ambiguous to say that nature cures when we must know that the only machinery in the body capable of doing anything is enzyme activity. Hormones do not work. Vitamins do not work. Mineral do not work. Proteins do not work. Enzymes, and only enzymes work. The ability of the body to produce any of the numerous enzyme systems needed for good health and long life must be kept at a high level at all times.” ~Dr. Edward Howell, from his book, Enzyme Nutrition~
  • DIGESTIVE SYSTEM – INTERCONNECTIONS Recently, research scientists have found evidence that impaired digestion, as well as decreased enzyme activity in the blood, is directly related to the aging process and many of the illnesses and chronic degenerative conditions so prevalent in modern society. These studies suggest that as we age, the number of enzymes and their activity levels decrease. The DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ingests, digests and absorbs nutrients for use by all body cells. NERVOUS SYSTEM The nervous system can influence digestive system activity. LYMPHATIC SYSTEM The lymphatic system and the respiratory system share common anatomical structure. URINARY SYSTEM The kidneys work together to activate Vitamin D. MUSCULAR SYSTEM Muscles are important in mastication, swallowing and mixing and moving digestion products through the gastrointestinal tract. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM The bloodstream carries absorbed nutrients to all body cells.
  • The body’s entire metabolic process is based on the activation, inhibition, and control of enzymes. In this way, the incredible energy that creates and maintains all life comes from enzymes. THERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF ENZYMES METABOLIC ENZYMES: Exists throughout our body inside the cells that make up the organs and tissues; and outside the cells in our blood and lymph (lymph is a clear, yellowish fluid resembling blood plasma found in the lymphatic vessels of vertebrates.) DIGESTIVE ENZYMES: The food we eat falls into four major categories of macro-nutrients – fat, carbohydrates, protein and fiber. When our body is healthy produces the digestive enzymes necessary to break down the macro-nutrients in order to make available for absorption and assimilation, the tiny micro-nutrients hiding inside. FOOD ENZYMES: All raw uncooked whole foods; grains, beans, fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts and certain carefully prepared or fermented products from these foods, contain enzymes. Without the presence of enzymes as tag-a-long cofactors the entire spectrum of micronutrients do little or no good. MACRONUTRIENTS are nutrients that provide calories or energy. Nutrients are substances needed for growth, metabolism and for other body functions. Since “macro” means large, macronutrients are nutrients needed in large amounts. The 3 macronutrients: Carbohydrate, Protein and Fat. Although macronutrients are very important they are not the only things for survival. We need 6-8 glasses of water a day and MICRONUTRIENTS which are nutrients that our body needs in smaller amounts, and include vitamins and minerals. Vitamins and minerals are essential to health. Although they do not give you energy, they do assist in energy-yielding reactions and promote body growth and development . Vitamins and minerals are vital for human function, each one playing a different role.
  • SUPPLEMENTAL DIGESTIVE ENZYMES are plant-based or animal-organbased enzymes designed to assist us in the process of more completely breaking down our food. Supplemental Digestive Enzymes are becoming increasingly popular and necessary in our modern diets of processed foods and fast-food cooking technologies. The human body is a marvelously designed living organism with the ability to grow, regulate, repair and defend itself when given natural, high quality full spectrum nutrition. No where is this description in greater evidence than when we begin to observe the miracle of a properly functioning digestive system. Supplemental Digestive Enzymes are necessary today because we no longer live in the Garden of Eden. Current dietary and lifestyle habits subject our body and our food supply to such an extensive variety of stresses and strains and INSULTS that our body and digestive system needs all the help it can get! It is currently estimated that well over 90% of the entire adult population of the United States and Canada suffer from some form of indigestion. Along with Enzymes are much needed PROBIOTICS which means “for life.” There are two kinds of probiotic bacteria: Transient or non-active microorganisms must be obtained from outside sources. Resident microorganisms are the organisms that live in the GI tract. Balanced levels of resident bacteria support proper digestion and help eliminate waste. Replenishing our supply of resident probiotics alleviate much of the stress on our immune system.
  • OPTIMAL DIGESTION ENZYMES are the primary building block of healthy digestion. New Earth’s Enzymes contain a proprietary blend of sixteen different natural, plant-based food enzymes, micro-blended with a tiny amount of Wild Bluegreen Algae to supply the enzymes with specific vitamins, minerals, and other cofactors. FULL SPECTRUM PROBIOTIC Probiotics are what we call the “good guys.” New Earth’s SPECTRABIOTIC® bring together twelve different strains of premium probiotic, each selected for its unique contribution to our internal ecology, together with a blend of inulin and Wild Bluegreen Mind. The information provided in these slides is my personal findings, searching and Journey becoming more proactive in my own Self Care. Knowing what to do. Why and how…is the Essence [for me] being an Associate with New Earth and being a part of the New Health Paradigm which the entire modern world is in the process of understanding and embracing…Why is this paradigm happening? Because it works and is desperately needed right now!!! Gwen J. Abitz ID #1113212 www.teamnewearth.com/gwenabitz The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is always advisable to consult with your physician and personally selected health care team before making any changes in your diet and lifestyle.