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Will the enzymes digest the gut wall, our own cells, and will they cause intestinal permeability?

by Van
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Will the enzymes start digesting healthy tissues?

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by: Dan

No, they will not.

This website has a very good breakdown of what enzymes do in the body. Their processes include:

"An enzyme is a kind of protein located within a cell, which catalyses chemical reactions within the body that help sustain life. The function of enzymes is to carry out critical tasks. These involve muscle growth, removing toxins, and tearing down the molecules in food throughout digestion".

Enzymes such as amylase, protease, lipase, etc help digest foods. The pancreas creates these enzymes to accomplish this task. You can also take digestive enzymes, or some of those I talk about on this website with meals and accomplish the same thing.

They help with cell regeneration, detoxification, enhance immunity, supply energy, and help the blood flow more easily through your circulatory system by removing wastes.

They are used in the manufacture of wine, beer, bread, etc.

Other enzymes, like those I talk about on this website, are used as a type of medication to destroy microorganisms that cause illness, remove biofilms to help boost effectiveness of medications, and enhance healing.

This is a brief list of what enzymes do in the body and you can do an Internet search to find out more if you choose too. But basically, without enzyme activity in our bodies, life would not exist.

Any other questions let me know.

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