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Will the enzymes in miso remove the biofilm?

by Elliot
(Germany)

Hello. Do you think enzyme rich soup like miso can work as well as enzyme supplement on an empty stomach? If I'm right, enzymes are reusable, so if you ferment miso for 1 year the enzyme in it can only increase? I'm trying to find food alternative to break biofilm.

Thanks you.

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by: Dan

Miso mainly contains the enzymes:

Amylase: breaks down starch and carbohydrates into sugar. This should work somewhat for the polysaccharides in the biofilm and cell wall. However, it is best to have a variety of polysaccharide digesting enzymes.

Protease: breaks down protein into amino acids. This will work for the proteins in the biofilm and cell wall.

Lipase: breaks down lipids. This will work for the fats in the biofilm and cell wall.

But is there enough of these enzymes in a serving of miso to really help? You could send your serving of miso to a supplement lab to have it analyzed to find out.

And as far as I know, you are still missing any sort of cellulase, hemi-cellulase and beta-glucanse to break down the fibers and glucans in the biofilm and cell wall.

It also does not have serrapeptase, which digests the fibrin yeasts use to attach themselves to your mucous membranes in the gut and elsewhere.

So even if these enzymes in miso were in high enough doses, you are still going to have to add what its missing to achieve success.

However, it definitely won't hurt to consume it but it does have to be unpasteurized. The pasteurization process does kill the enzymes.

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Koji
by: Elliot

Thanks for you answer. I think the final strain of enzymes depends on which substrate was used for the koji growth. I have seen a serrapeptase supplement produced from oryzae. So I think it depends on the type of koji, the substrate etc. Maybe some koji are genetically modified for better performance.
Thanks.

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