Why I Take Enzymes With Meals

In Eastern Europe, where I grew up, we almost always cooked frozen vegetables to a mushy substance. It was pretty much all we ate in the winter months when there was nothing fresh available. Not to mention all the different variety of meat products, that were processed, cooked, fried or baked and prepared as meals. What the new generation calls “healthy” nowadays wasn’t even available in Hungary until 1989. The “healthy” foods that did become available we cooked right away because it was what we were taught.

It is interesting that this is still a very widespread practice all over the world. People are not concerned with the fact that they are eating “dead” food or zero life force energy and minimal to no amount of nutrition, vitamins, or minerals. Sometimes when food is cooked or “burned” the food can even become carcinogenic.

Do you eat “dead” food? And I am not just talking about dead animals. Vegan enthusiasts think they are living healthier because they do not eat meat. But eating vegan doesn’t mean you’re healthier if you cook the life right out of all your vegetables. Although there are some vegetables when cooked will actually activate particular essential enzymes, it also kills many others, including its life force energy that can be seen through Kirlian photography. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not trying to push you into eating only raw food or anything like that. What this article is about is understanding the life force energy in them.

Energy from Nutrition is the key essential ingredient to a healthy and happy body. Do you want to live a life full of vitality, energy, great hair and bones, youthful appearance, disease free, be in a great mood, have excellent digestion, have smoother, younger looking skin, less wrinkles etc. because if you do, then it is time for you to take a deep look into your refrigerator. Each time you cook any kind of food for our family and kids you are depleting them from their essential enzymes and nutrients. The moment the food temperature reaches 118F (47.78 Celsius) you boiled, baked or fried all the minerals, essential vitamins, and vital enzymes out the food (the stuff your body craves) for good health and optimal cellular functions.

Since a raw plant-based diet is certainly not for everyone, there is something you can do right now if you are still on a mostly cooked food diet. Many doctors and scientists who studied the longest living people in the world have discovered that they live on mostly organic raw fruits and vegetables from enzyme enriched soil. The food they eat is high in living enzymes which is the life force of the plant.

Enzymes are just as essential to your body as elimination. Without Enzymes, we would cease to function properly. There are approximately over 70 trillion cells in an adult body and they all function with the help of enzymes. There are proteins that are catalysts for biochemical reaction and enzymes speed up the metabolic process for the reactions to occur in a living organism. Without diving into the very details, all we need to understand here is that without enzymes, toxic chemicals can and will accumulate in the body to the degree that it is endangering the organism. Without enzymes, the body will be unable to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP is the biochemical way to use and store energy and it is the actual ‘fuel” taken from the digested food we choose to put into our body.

Think about it this way, the microbes in your intestines are not only responsible for your immune system but also your weight, your mood, and your healthy, balanced brain function. If you choose to consume processed food, meat products, fish or even just cooked vegetables, you will not receive the necessary nutrients, enzymes and coenzymes needed for your wellbeing and your body will try to compensate by overworking the pancreas to produce more enzymes than you can manufacture. It is likely that you will feel depleted, drained, moody, unable to focus and it will get harder and harder for you to lose weight.

You don’t have to convert to a raw foodist overnight, but I highly encourage you to consider changing up your diet just a little. You can start eating one and then two meals a day of organic, raw, plant-based foods and see the difference for yourself. Your body will slowly start to naturally detoxify and you will feel more energetic, healthier and alive. Try it for yourself and feel how electrified you will become.

If however, you really don’t want to eat rabbit food, as my grandma would call it, then I recommend finding the best, most potent enzyme supplements to take with your food, (especially if it’s cooked) … and you can bring back the ‘Life In Your Food” – One of my favorite brands is the LiyfZyme from Puradyme. They are full spectrum, plant-based, super digestive enzymes with 16 different powerful enzymes. They are the most natural and holistic enzyme on the market with all natural whole food enzyme cofactors. Don’t take my word for it. You can do your own research. These are the enzymes that I found to be the best. Puradyme is Lou Corona’s company and he has done a ton of research on the subject. You can watch his videos here to learn the best way to take them.

I used Liyfzyme throughout my pregnancy because when I started to feel constipated, from eating so much of the stuff I love (which is very common during pregnancy), it literally saved me all the way through! So if you’re eating a diet of mainly cooked foods or even if you just have some cooked food occasionally, it’s always a good idea to supplement your food with pure multi-digestive enzymes. If you eat mostly raw food from the grocery store, it is still a good idea to take enzymes with it. Since most of the organic foods sold in stores are not being grown in enzyme enriched soil.

Keep in mind that whenever a food is heated to 118 degrees, the enzymes in it are 100% destroyed. Enzymes are the vital workers necessary for optimal digestion, they are responsible for the breakdown and absorption of all nutrients that leads to perfect health. Put the life back in your food.

-Fruzsina Varga