Enzymes

What Are Enzymes?

Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts in your body. This means that enzymes speed up the

chemical reactions that make all of your metabolic and biochemical processes possible. Without

enzymes, those reactions would not happen fast enough to sustain life. Our bodies rely on

enzymes to help us digest the foods we eat, elimin...

What Are Enzymes?

Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts in your body. This means that enzymes speed up the

chemical reactions that make all of your metabolic and biochemical processes possible. Without

enzymes, those reactions would not happen fast enough to sustain life. Our bodies rely on

enzymes to help us digest the foods we eat, eliminate wastes, repair damaged tissues, and other

essential functions.

Enzyme Supplements

Our bodies naturally produce thousands of enzymes so you may ask why supplemental enzymes

might be necessary. Stress, illness, injury, and the aging process can rob our bodies of the ability

to produce enough of the enzymes we need. Raw foods contain enzymes that help our digestive

systems break down those foods, however the cooking process destroys those enzymes. Taking

enzyme supplements can replenish the supply of enzymes you need for optimal health and

wellness.

Enzyme supplements can aid digestion, support your immune system, and help your body

recovery from injury or illness. Two of the main types of beneficial enzymes found in

supplements are systemic proteolytic enzymes and digestive enzymes.

Systemic and Proteolytic Enzymes for Whole Body Support

Proteolytic or protease enzymes are often called systemic enzymes because they work in systems

of the body outside the digestive system. These protein-digesting enzymes help rid the body of

impurities in the blood, joints, and tissues that cause inflammation, delay healing, and

compromise the immune system. A supplement containing systemic enzymes helps the body

eliminate damaged proteins throughout the body.

Some of the most common systemic and proteolytic enzymes found in supplements that support

whole body health include:

 Bromelain: A protein digesting enzyme sourced from pineapple

 Papain: A protease enzyme that comes from papaya fruit

 Trypsin: A proteolytic enzyme naturally produced by the pancreas

Some of the benefits of supplementing your diet with enzymes for protein digestion are:

supporting a healthy immune system, helping to control inflammation, assisting the body as it

recovers from illness or injury, and naturally cleansing the blood and tissues.

Digestive Enzymes For Bloating, Gas, and Stomach Problems

Digestive enzymes work in the digestive system to break food molecules down into nutrients and

to help change those nutrients into energy. Natural digestive enzyme supplements support whole

digestion and help your body get more out of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients you eat.

Digestive enzyme supplements can benefit those with digestion problems such as gas, bloating,

and heartburn. The most common digestive enzymes found in supplements include:

 Cellulase: A digestive enzyme that breaks down cellulose (vegetables and fruits)

 Lactase: A digestive enzyme that breaks down lactose (a sugar found in milk)

 Amylase: A digestive enzyme that breaks down (potatoes and cereal grains)

 Lipase: A digestive enzyme that breaks down fats (animal and vegetable fats)

New Sun Supplemental Multi-Enzyme Formulas

New Sun offers a variety of specially formulated multi enzyme supplements to support those

who are seeking better health and wellness. Our mission is to help people achieve a better way of

life naturally. If you have any questions about enzymes, or enzyme supplements please do not

hesitate to contact us. Our number is 1-800-544-0777.

Please note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is

for educational purposes only. New Sun, Inc. in no way dispenses medical advice, prescribes

remedies, or assumes responsibility for those who choose to treat themselves. Consult a

healthcare professional before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a

serious medical condition.

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