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Protease, Lipase, Amylase and Gelatinase.
No, those aren’t paleontological periods of time. Rather they are the four classes of digestive enzymes in our bodies. They’re responsible for stimulating the chemical reactions that take place during digestion. It would be an understatement to say that they are an important piece of our overall health and well-being. They are extremely important for avoiding illnesses, as well as getting over them. Enzymes are mostly proteins, but some are made up of both protein and non-protein material. But, what happens if you don’t have enough enzymes in your body? It can lead to lethargy and anemia. Too much sugar and artificial ingredients in our foods can bring about an enzyme deficiency. Medications can also strip us of these ever-important reactors.
So what should you do to avoid such a drop in enzymes? Make sure that you have an enzyme-rich diet, by adding the following foods to your weekly grocery list.
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