How Do They Work?

Enzymes are small proteins which speed up the chemical reactions in our bodies such as the digestion of food and the production of usable energy.


You’ve probably felt tired after eating a big meal in the past.

That’s because after a big meal your body is working hard to break down food, separate and absorb nutrients, then passing the rest through your digestive tract.


Enzymes are a key part of this process.


Enzymes are capable of performing chemical reactions at rates of over 3,000 reactions per second.

Those are the same reactions which break down food and destroy harmful bacteria, yeast, contaminants, and toxins.

Without enzymes, everyday processes such as digestion and energy creation would happen too slowly to sustain life.





The food you eat can’t be absorbed by your body whole, it needs to be broken down first.



The first step in the digestive process is chewing up your food.

When you swallow, the food then makes its way down to your stomach where it is broken down further by your stomach acids.

However, your stomach acids can only break down food so far.

Once the food particles are small enough, they require an enzyme to break them down into nutrients small enough to be absorbed by our small and large intestines.

Enzymes are NOT one size fits all.

Fats, carbohydrates, and proteins all need specific enzymes to break them down.

If your body doesn’t have the specific enzymes to break the food you’ve just eaten down, you miss out on the nutrients and your body passes them as waste.

Living without a key enzyme for a prolonged period of time can lead to a build-up of undigested food in your stomach and intestines.

This can cause mild symptoms such as bloating, or chronic symptoms such as malnutrition, exhaustion, and depression.


So, why do I feel tired?

You feel tired because your body is either using all of your energy to produce more enzymes to break down that big meal

-or- you just don’t have the right enzymes to break that meal down and the strain of inefficient digestion is slowly draining your energy reserves.


If you don’t have the right digestive enzymes in your body, you have to work twice as hard to digest food – draining your energy and leaving your mind foggy.

And if you have an allergy or intolerance, your digestive system is already under an enormous amount of stress – leaving you with even less energy and brainpower.

Low enzyme levels can even limit your ability to fight off infection and disease by compromising your immune system.

This is a never ending cycle, because you can’t just stop eating food.


In situations like these, an enzyme supplement can restore efficiency to your digestive, metabolic, and immune systems.