A healthy diet should include all of the enzymes a body requires, so why have we created an enzyme supplement? First of all, enzymes are only found in raw foods. As soon as a food is cooked, or even heated, enzymes are destroyed. In order for your diet to contain all of the enzymes required for essential health, at least 80% of your diet would have to consist of raw, fully ripe fruits and vegetables. The body has a back-up system when your diet is insufficient, the pancreas and liver will then produce enzymes. However, our organs were designed to be a back-up, not the primary enzyme producers. When you require this production from the organs, it causes many digestive issues over time, such as craving unhealthy foods, increasing free radical damage and aging which appear as wrinkles around the mouth and eyes.
Daily Digestive Aid Is A Must! Even if you feel perfectly healthy, our Digestive Aid supplement is an excellent investment to the future of your health. If you are one of the few whose diet consists 80% of raw fruits and vegetables, you still need enzymes because most fruits and vegetables are genetically altered with enzyme inhibitors. Enzymes help food decompose, so inhibiting them allows food's shelf life to last longer before rotting. This is beneficial for grocery sales, but detrimental for our health. In addition, chemical pesticides and fertilizers deactivate many of the enzymes. Most fruits and vegetables are picked before they are ripe so they will not spoil on the way to the store, but this means the enzymes never mature. Now you understand why investing in our Supplemental enzymes ensures your future health. Our ingredients are created 100% from nature and plants.
Take one or two capsules of Digestive Aid with your meals. You can take more as needed with meals that include meat, fried foods, processed foods or foods that typically cause you any indigestion, mucus build-up, throat clearing, etc. Enzymes are especially needed with the largest meal of your day and any meals that contain foods deficient in enzymes. This includes any foods cooked or heated.