Which Diseases Are Common With Enzyme Deficiencies?


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Shahzad Saleem Profile
Shahzad Saleem answered
Many other harmful activities we perform, radiation, and possibly other agents, will damage some of our internal enzymes. When the food enzymes are not sufficient, our digestive glands have to work extra hard to make up the difference and complete the digestion. We also depend to significant extend on the nutrition to obtain essential factors that are required by the enzymes to functions properly.

If we do not help by eating properly, the digestion glands, and some times the thyroid, work extra hard day after day and eventually become enlarge and less efficient. They then utilized more and more of basic elements (amino acid chains and coenzymes) taking them away from the other organs and tissues which also required them for their own metabolic enzymatic activities to functions properly.

This result in the shortfall in metabolic enzymes contributes to some of our modern society diseases, such as degenerative disorders, (osteoarthritis, emphysema, osteoporosis gastrointestinal disorders, Alzheimer's, etc.) and to some auto aggressive diseases (collagen vascular disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, etc), and to cancer. Whether this is the case or not remains to be proven by science, insufficiency or excesses in enzymes contribute one way or another to all disease.
Mashawia Hina Profile
Mashawia Hina answered
Deficiencies of certain enzymes in certain body types can result in the following health problems: hypoglycemia or diabetes; mood swings; depression; allergies; PMS; acne; fatigue; cold hands/feet; low blood pressure/high blood pressure; neck and shoulder pain; arthritis; muscle spasms; difficulty losing weight; . . . high cholesterol/heart disease; toxic buildup/leaky gut syndrome; joint inflammation; sexual dysfunction; osteoporosis; insomnia; weakened immune system; sinus infections.

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