Enzymes are vital to metabolism and food digestion. Consuming homemade fruit (or vegetable) enzymes help our bodies digest, absorb and utilize nutrients while delivering oxygen throughout the body, thereby providing energy. It is usually made of lemon, sugar and other fruits which are fermented at a room temperature. These fruits are fermented for about 2 to 3 weeks with an end product of liquid. This liquid is then drained, refrigerated and can be consumed after a month (depending on how much you make). Once the fruit enzyme is produced, about 30mls of it should be taken 1 hour before or after each meal.


Supports Digestion And Nutrient Absorption

Digestion is the foundation of health. Enzymes are the backbone of proper nutrition and digestion. The body’s ability to digest, absorb and utilize nutrients depends on the presence of enzymes.


Enzymes are responsible in the removal of old cells that may interrupt your body’s normal metabolic processes. It also helps in digestion of food to prevent undigested food from accumulating as toxins in our body. An optimum level of enzyme stores in the body will efficiently remove waste products and toxins.

Alkalinizes Body

An acidic body may lead to a weakened immunity. Enzymes help to maintain acid/alkaline balance.

Reduces Risk Of Chronic Diseases

Enzymes help to strengthen our cells and enhance our body’s resistance against bacterial infections by eliminating the buildup of toxins that challenges our immune system. Hence, a person with low enzymes level may be more susceptible to degenerative diseases. A person with weak immunity or those suffering from chronic illnesses will also require more enzymes than a healthy individual to promote recovery.

Replenishes Energy

Enzymes help to relieve the burden of vital organs by aiding the breakdown and absorption of food that our body need to remain healthy and energized. By giving your body its maximum ability to absorb nutrients, this helps to elevate and increase one’s physical vitality and energy level.

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