Enzymes are energized protein molecules which serve as biological units of work. They have been called the life force because they catalyze and regulate nearly all biochemical reactions within the human body, including energy production, metabolism, respiration, nerve function, reproduction, immunity, and digestion. Enzymes are destroyed at temperatures of 118 degrees or above. That means that cooking food destroys enzymes.
Mother Nature must have known we wouldn’t eat all of our foods raw, so our bodies do have a backup supply of digestive enzymes to draw from. However, that supply is limited and depleting this supply places undue stress on the body. In other words, whenever we eat cooked or processed foods, which for most people are every meal, we cause our bodies to work harder than necessary. Without enzymes, our bodies could not function and we may never experience a healthy life.
Divine Nature has a variety of enzyme products to aid digestion, metabolism and other necessities for superior health and wellness. Find out more by contacting Divine Nature today and how we can assist you in your journey to premier health.
Probiotics are good, friendly bacteria that lines the body’s stomach and GI tract. This lining acts as a shield or a barrier to protect your body from harmful substances. Flora, for example, is a form of good bacteria that aids the digestive system, as well as, provides protection from harmful bacteria, fungus and viruses.
Probiotics have been proven to improve digestion, lower the risk of infections, build up immunity, heal ulcers and create a healthier digestive system. If you are suffering from acid reflux, heart burn, stomach issues, diarrhea, IBS, Crohn’s Disease and other digestive system problems, give Divine Nature a call and see how our powerful probiotics can improve your life.
When choosing a good quality supplement, some shop for the lowest prices. Others are looking for the key words “Natural” or “Organic” thinking that all vitamins and minerals are equal. Are you truly getting what you want in these synthetic forms of vitamins? For example, Vitamin C on most bottles is labeled as “Ascorbic Acid” or “Ascorbate.” Ascorbic acid is made up of two ingredients; corn syrup and hydrochloric acid. Companies can label their vitamins and mineral as “Natural” or “Organic” because they once originated in nature.