The Missing Link
to Radiant Health
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you know that the body could do nothing without enzymes?
All metabolic functions require the help of these "Biological
units of work." Enzyme levels, particularly in our
immune system, are severely depleted due to the cover consumption
of processed and cooked foods, and the toll that stress,
environmental pollutants, and other- life-negative factors
have on out lives.
book is a practical and concise guide that explains why
food enzymes are so important, how correct enzyme supplementation
is beneficial, and how food enzymes function. It also presents
research on why we need food enzymes and which food enzymes
are necessary for a person's particular needs. The information
in Dr. Santillo's book is breakthrough in the field of nutrition
and health care. If you are interested in longevity, vitality,
superior health, overcoming sickness, or losing weight,
this book will be of interest to you.
and Potassium play an important role with this expansion and
contraction concept. Sodium contracts the body tissues and
can cause high blood pressure is in excess. Sodium is related
to the adrenal glands. Specific hormones secreted by the adrenals
control the potassium and sodium levels in the blood and kidneys...
white blood cells (leukocytes) are responsible for destroying
foreign, disease-producing substances in the blood and lymph
fluids in the body. During acute diseases and infections,
the white blood cell count increases to help fight off these
intro to this area needed in nutrition
Reviewer: A reader from St. Louis, MO
Santillo writes an enthusiastic and engaging overview of the
needs and science behind enzyme supplementation. Speaking
as a consumer and interested reader, not as any type of health
practitioner, I found the book to be exciting and it has certainly
influenced my outlook in terms of dietary choices and need
for attention to enzyme intake and food processing.
difficult, but well worth the effort!
Reviewer: John from Flushing, MI
The beauty of Smokey's work is that he takes dry science and
makes it digestible for the non-scientist. He has also created
a way for all of us to act on the knowledge put forth by Viktoras
Kulvinskas and Dr. Edward Howell. Though this is given to
us in a short, final chapter (Juicing, Enhancements, and Alternatives),
it is undoubtedly the most important part of this book and
one that the reader should pay close attention to. This is
where the "rubber meets the road" to wellness. Move
from "armchair reading" to "quarterbacking"