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ENZYMES Q&A
What are enzymes?

How do enzymes work?

What is a digestive enzyme?

What is a proteolytic enzyme?

What is a lipase enzyme?

What is an amylase enzyme?

What is systemic enzyme therapy?

What else are enzymes used for?

Are enzymes considered "anti-inflammatory" drugs?


WHAT ARE ENZYMES?
Enzymes are found in every cell of every living plant and animal,
including humans. Enzymes are biocatalysts; which means that
they either begin a reaction or cause a reaction to speed up.
Without enzymes life would not exist.
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HOW DO ENZYMES WORK?
Enzymes work by virtue of their shape. An enzyme molecule can
be compared, in shape at least, to many short strings of pearls
(amino acids) strung together. This long string folds in on itself
as certain sequences of amino acids (pearls) are more attracted
to each other than to other sequences, thus giving the enzymes
a specific shape.

At one point on the surface of this string of pearls there exists
something, which looks like a keyhole. This is called the "active
site" on the enzyme. When matched with its specific coenzyme
(a vitamin, mineral, or trace element) this "lock" has the exact
inverse contour of the "key" which is contained in the molecule
of the enzyme's "substrate"(the molecule that the enzyme wants
to transform into a different molecule). When the substrate
appears, it inserts the "key" into the "lock". The molecular
structure of the substrate is transformed into a different
molecular structure and both enzyme and the newly transformed
molecule go on their merry ways.
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WHAT IS A DIGESTIVE ENZYME?
A digestive enzyme breaks down the proteins, fats and
carbohydrates in food during the digestive process allowing
the body to better utilize the food you eat.
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WHAT IS A PROTEOLYTIC ENZYME?
The proteolytic enzyme digests protein. Some examples of
proteolytic enzymes are protease, serrapeptase, bromelain,
and papain.
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WHAT IS A LIPASE ENZYME?
Lipase enzymes digest fat.
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WHAT IS A AMYLASE ENZYME?
Amylase enzymes digest carbohydrates.
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WHAT IS SYSTEMIC ENZYME THERAPY?
Systemic enzyme therapy is utilizing enzyme supplementation
to increase the enzymes throughout your body to assist in
restoring the body to health.
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WHAT ELSE ARE ENZYMES USED FOR?
Enzymes are widely used in the food industry.
Enzymes are also essential in the manufacture of beer.
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ARE ENZYMES CONSIDERED 'ANTI-INFLAMMATORY' DRUGS?
Proteolytic Enzymes are considered anti-inflammatory agents.
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