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Can enzymes help my immune system?
Can enzymes help my immune system?
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Yes. There is a connection between the strength of our immune system and our enzyme level. The more enzymes we have, the stronger our immune system will be. For example, leukocytes (white blood cells) have eight (8) different amylase enzymes which assist the white blood cell in engulfing foreign substances and reducing them to a form that the body can eliminate.

Research has shown that leukocytes increase after one has eaten a cooked meal. This indicates a definite compensatory measure on the part of the body to transport more enzymes to the digestive tract for digestion. There is no increase in leukocytes after one has consumed a raw food meal.

Research has shown that enzymes are related to all diseases via the immune system, whether the disease is acute or chronic. If the pancreatic output of enzymes is hindered, the whole body is affected. Therefore, we must eat raw foods or take supplemental enzymes to enable our body’s immune system to fight infections.

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