1. Enzymes as a rule are more important than all other nutrients. Enzymes are responsible for nearly every facet of life
2. Enzymes are critical to help control all mental and physical functions. Each body cell has in an excess of 100,000
enzyme particles necessary for metabolic processes.
3. Coenzymes play an important role of the proper function of enzymes. Coenzymes are minerals, vitamins and proteins.
4. In order for life or being to be continued we have to have a constant supply;meaning a required continual replacement
of enzymes. Once enzymes have completed their given task, they are destroyed.
5. Enzymes can be found in all living cells including raw foods or those that are cooked at a temperature lower
than 118 degrees F. Enzyme destruction is dependent upon function (task) time and temperature.
6. Enzymes are primarily proteins, yet they need amino acids for normal function. Hormones are primarily proteins,
which in a certain example require interaction with enzymes to regulate body temperature.
7. Enzymes aid in transforming proteins into amino acids. Protein does not perform this function unless converted to amino acids
8. Enzymes help extract chelated minerals from food. They transform chelated minerals into an alkaline detoxifying agent,
which combine with acid cellular wastes within the body thus neutralizing them and preparing them for
9. Enzymes use minerals to create an even balance of dissolved solids both inside and outside of the cells, thus
equalizing both internal and external pressures; known as osmotic equilibrium.
10.Should enzymes be unable to extract minerals from food sources, Coenzymes such as vitamins would be unable
to perform their functions; that of a chemical reaction of the cell.
11. Enzyme deficiency should carefully be considered as a possible precursor of body imbalance and consequent disease symptoms.
12. Enzymes are therefore justified as a supplemental dietary substance. Their need is an essential element with mineral,
vitamin and other supportive therapies