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The Importance of Protein Digestion
is one of the three major food groups needed for proper nutrition. Protease
the digestive enzyme needed to digest protein.
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High protease supports
circulation, immunity, and healthy elimination
OF DAILY DIET
animal, including humans, must have an adequate source of protein
in order to grow or maintain itself. Proteins, which yield amino acids,
are the fundamental structural element of every cell in the body.
Specific proteins are now recognized as the functional elements in
certain specialized cells, glandular secretions, enzymes and hormones.
Proteins, which are among the most complex organic compounds found
in nature, are made up of nitrogen containing compounds known as amino
acids. During the digestion of proteins, hydrochloric acid and
proteolytic enzymes break down the intact protein molecule into amino
acids which are then absorbed through the intestinal wall. If proteins
are not properly broken down before they are absorbed, various health
consequences may occur. Assuring
optimal protein digestion and proper blood flow is necessary for effective
nutrient delivery, a healthy immune response, and detoxification. Protease
enzymes are therefore a must. Our PureZyme formula is uniquely designed with high protease
to promote systemic balance.*
Importance of Proteases
refers to a group of enzymes whose catalytic function is to hydrolyze
(breakdown) proteins. They are also called proteolytic enzymes or systemic enzymes.
enzymes are very important in digestion as they breakdown the the peptide
bonds in the protein foods to liberate the amino acids needed by the
body. Additionally, proteolytic enzymes have been used for a long time
in various forms of therapy. Their use in medicine is notable based
on several clinical studies indicating their benefits in oncology, inflammatory
conditions, blood rheology control, and immune regulation. Read
more about proteases in enzyme therapy.
is able to hydrolyze almost all proteins as long as they are not components
of living cells. Normal living cells are protected against lysis
by the inhibitor mechanism.
fungal forms, and bacteria are protein. Viruses are cell parasites
consisting of nucleic acids covered by a protein film. Enzymes
can break down undigested protein, cellular debris, and toxins in the
blood, sparing the immune system this task. The immune system
can then concentrate its full action on the bacterial or parasitic invasion.
Protease Deficiency Can Affect Your Health:
is created through the digestion of protein. Therefore a protease
deficiency results in an alkaline excess in the blood. This
alkaline environment can cause anxiety and insomnia.
addition, since protein is required to carry protein-bound calcium
in the blood, a protease deficiency lays the foundation for arthritis,
osteoporosis and other calcium-deficient diseases.
protein is converted to glucose upon demand, inadequate protein
digestion leads to hypoglycemia, resulting in moodiness, mood swings
also has an ability to digest unwanted debris in the blood including
certain bacteria and viruses. Therefore, protease deficient people
are immune compromised, making them susceptible to bacterial, viral
and yeast infections and a general decrease in immunity
information on how fats (lipids) are digested, see Lipase.
information on how carbohydrates are digested, see Amylase.
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