All foods that we take should be considered as medicine for the body, rather than as a source of nutrients. This is a much more accurate description of the body’s use of food. What does this mean? Healthy food, in general, is a facilitator or catalyst that triggers the body to produce three master substances: a mineral, a vitamin and an enzyme. Food acting as medicine triggers the production in the body of these three substances that contributes to our overall chemical functionality and health. The human body does not use nutrients from food to survive; the body is triggered to produce its own nutrients (minerals, vitamins and enzymes) when eating healthy foods.
This being said, there are nine reasons why healthy people should consider taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes.
In reference to white refined sugar, BioClair Digestive Enzymes take a load off the pancreas.
- Consumption of white refined sugar causes the pancreas to produce insulin.
- When insulin is over-produced, over time it may cause kidney disease or even kidney failure, as well as sugar-related disease states.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes when consuming white refined sugar may help to reduce the amount of insulin required, thus reducing stress on the pancreas.
When eating starches, BioClair Digestive Enzymes takes a load off the spleen.
- Overproduction of alpha-amylase results from the intake of excessive amounts of polysaccharides, i.e. the long chains of sugar molecules that make up starches such as brown rice,root vegetables, legumes, cracked wheat, pearl barley, quinoa and oats, but also cornflour, white bread, many breakfast cereals, potato chips, French fries, rice crackers/cakes, biscuits, cakes, and pastries.
- Over time, the continued overproduction of alpha-amylase can cause disease of the spleen and eventually compromise the ongoing functioning of the spleen and the production of alpha-amylase by the spleen. When this happens, it can cause obesity, because there is no longer sufficient alpha-amylase to digest the starches.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes when consuming starches may help to reduce the amount of alpha-amylase released from the spleen.
When eating wheat, BioClair Digestive Enzymes takes a load off the gall bladder.
- The production of z-enzyme in the gall bladder, which attacksβ‐1,3‐links present in amylose, a starch that is found in many grains (such as wheat) and some other starchy foods, is the body’s defence mechanism against high consumption of amylose (a type of starch).
- When z-enzyme is overproduced repeatedly over time, the gall bladder eventually stops producing z-enzyme, which then contributes to obesity.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes may reduce the need for the gall bladder to overproduce.
When taking alcohol, BioClair Digestive Enzymes takes a load off the liver.
- Consumption of alcohol triggers the production of the hormone betatrophin in the liver.
- When betatrophin is overproduced repeatedly, over time it causes parts of the liver to malfunction.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes may reduce the amount of betatrophin that the liver would need to produce in order to process the alcohol.
When eating beef (fat), BioClair Digestive Enzymes take a load off the heart.
- The production of the enzyme CD39 in the heart is the body’s response to keeping the arteries free of toxins from beef fat.
- When CD39 is overproduced repeatedly, the heart eventually stops producing it, only to invite a buildup of plaque.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes may reduce the need for the body to overproduce CD39 when consuming beef fat.
When eating pork (fat), BioClair Digestive Enzymes take a load off the lungs.
- When one eats pork fat (e.g. bacon fat), the body produces interleukin-1β as a response to the pork fat not being DNA-compatible with humans which, over time, may lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or asthma.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes may reduce the amount of interleukin-1β produced when consuming pork fat.
When drinking coffee with milk containing high casein levels (cows’ milk), BioClair Digestive Enzymes takes a load off the kidneys.
- Drinking coffee with cow’s milk causes the kidneys to produce the enzyme, erythropoietin, in response to the coffee and milk combination causing low levels of oxygen at the tissue level in the renal circulation. Drinking coffee with cows’ milk is not compatible with human DNA.
- Overproduction of erythropoietin eventually can trigger chronic high blood pressure.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes may reduce the amount of erythropoietin produced when drinking coffee with cows’ milk.
When eating genetically modified foods, BioClair Digestive Enzymes takes a load off the bone marrow.
- Adenosine is produced as a defense mechanism in the bone marrow when one eats genetically modified foods.
- Increased production of adenosine from continual consumption of genetically modified foods may lead to leukemia.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes may help to reduce the risk.
When taking antibiotics, BioClair Digestive Enzymes takes a load off the small intestine.
- Some antibiotics are able to trigger an overproduction of enteropeptidase in the duodenum.
- Repeated overproduction of enteropeptidase can cause the duodenum to stop producing this enzyme, which would ultimately lead to malnutrition.
- Taking BioClair Digestive Enzymes helps to reduce this risk.
Note: The above represents a scientific discernment. Not all of the information has been scientifically proven. Further discernments will be forthcoming.
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