After being “worked over” by the powerful stomach enzymes, the partially digested and broken-down food enters the small intestine. Here several new potent enzymes give it a final work-over, and extract and transform the vital nutrients from the food so that they can be assimilated by the blood stream through the intestinal walls and transported to the organs and cells of your body, wherever they are needed.<неиBile emulsifies fat from your cheese and milk and prepares it for assimilation. It also assists in the peristaltic processes in the digestive tract. Emulsified fat from the milk and cheese is then subjected to the enzymatic action of pancreatic lipase, which breaks fat into fatty acids. It also helps in the assimilation of such fat-soluable vitamins as A, D, and E. After the fats have been changed into useful fatty acids by the action of pancreatic lipase, they are then absorbed by the blood and used in many vital functions of your body: they keep your skin and mucuous membranes in good condition; they are used in building the linings of your nerves and brain tissues; and they play a vital role in healing processes.<неиTripsin is another pancreatic enzyme, which continues the digestive work on the proteins of the milk and cheese in your intestines after the preliminary work done by pepsin and rennin in the stomach. And amylase gives the final digestive work-over to the starches of your bread.<неиThere are other digestive enzymes in the intestines, such as: lactase, which helps to digest the milk sugar, or lactose, in your milk; streapsin, which helps in the assimilation of fats from your milk and cheese; amylopsin, which helps to assimilate starches from your bread; and many others. Finally, after few hours of elaborate and arduous work by the enzymes—these miracle health builders—your cheese sandwich and glass of milk are transformed to the living tissues in your organs, your skin, your bones, and other parts of your body.<неиThere are over 600 different types of enzymes! And each of them performs a separate vital function. In addition to the all-important digestion and assimilation of food, enzymes are responsible for practically all the vital processes of your body!<неиEnzymes are present in every cell of your body, and your body is made of billions of cells! Vitamins, minerals, and trace elements are powerless without enzymes. Only as a part of complicated “enzyme systems” can they be triggered into action. Enzymes are responsible for the vital process of autolysis, or self-digestion of diseased and inferior cells and replacement with healthy cells, which occurs during fasting. Without enzymes healing of wounds would be impossible. We know that the proteins in the body are in the so-called dynamic state. This means they are being constantly changed from one state to another, being decomposed and resynthesized from the blood plasma amino acid. This process is accomplished by enzymes.<неиWithout enzymes your body cannot convert food into energy and into the living cells of the body. Enzymes transform proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and other nutrients into your muscles, bones, hair, skin, organs, glands, hormones, blood, etc.<неиIf to all this you add the fact that enzymes protect you against inflammations, promote healing, dissolve clots and tumors, “erase” scars, counteract the adverse effects of drugs, aid in formation of urea and passing it off in urine, aid in blood coagulation, promote oxygenation of blood and tissues, are involved in your sexual libido, are directly responsible for your general state of health-then you realize the miraculous power of these tiny substances!<неиEnzymes are responsible for the normal healthy function of all your bodily processes, for your mental and physical health. They have the power to rejuvenate your entire being, or, conversely, to cause premature aging and death.

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