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Why are enzymes needed?

Monday, August 30, 2021 at 5:37 PM filed under General postings
Good assimilation of nutritious proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and microelements is important for well-being.
Healthy nutrition and its absorption play an important role in the development of a child. Therefore, the nutrition of adults and children is in many ways different - the child's body has a much higher need for nutrients, natural products and vitamins, since they are involved in its growth and development. A child's metabolism is 1.5-2 times higher than that of an adult. To ensure growth, proper development, and building up muscle mass, the energy value of the daily diet of a growing organism should, on average, exceed its energy costs by 10-15%. For children of babies, it will also be beneficial to take digestive enzymes for babies.
If a large amount of nutrients in foods that a person consumes is practically not absorbed due to a lack of enzymes, the risk of various diseases may increase. Digestive disorders can give rise to the development of many diseases. Correct assimilation of nutrients is important for metabolic diseases, hepatitis, dysbiosis, joint diseases, and impaired phosphorus-calcium metabolism.
Digestive enzymes are proteins that help speed up the breakdown of large molecules found in food. They divide these molecules into smaller pieces that are easier for cells to absorb. Enzymes contribute to proper digestion, improve the quality of food breakdown, its digestibility, and improve the metabolic process.
The main digestive enzymes include proteases, lipases, and amylases.
If the body has a violation of the enzymatic function or its insufficient production in the pancreas, doctors recommend using digestive enzyme preparations. It is important that their composition is similar to the natural enzymes produced by the pancreas.


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