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More Information Regarding Our Enzymes

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Enzyme Research products use only pharmaceutical-grade enzymes, vitamins and minerals, from natural sources.

Enzyme Research products are scientifically formulated in highly concentrated, precisely balanced combinations.

Enzyme Research products are laboratory-grown using the strictest quality controls. Enzyme Research requires a certificate of analysis for every ingredient in their blends, from a reputable testing laboratory.

Enzyme Research products are the ideal choice for the widest spectrum of patients including vegetarians, children and patients with ulcers, allergies and sensitivities. Even patients with poorly functioning digestive systems, nutritional deficiencies or chronic health problems can fully benefit from their blends.

They are effective in a wide pH range, unlike enzymes from animal sources.

They are free of fillers, artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.

Yours In Health!
G.E. Moon II

FAQ’s Regarding Enzymes

Friday, September 24th, 2010

What are enzymes?

Enzymes are found in every cell of every living plant and animal, including humans. Enzymes are biocatalysts; which means that they either begin a reaction or cause a reaction to speed up. Without enzymes life would not exist.

How do enzymes work?

Enzymes work by virtue of their shape. An enzyme molecule can be compared, in shape at least, to many short strings of pearls (amino acids) strung together. This long string folds in on itself as certain sequences of amino acids (pearls) are more attracted to each other than to other sequences, thus giving the enzymes a specific shape. At one point on the surface of this string of pearls there exists something, which looks like a keyhole. This is called the “active site” on the enzyme. When matched with its specific coenzyme (a vitamin, mineral, or trace element) this “lock” has the exact inverse contour of the “key” which is contained in the molecule of the enzyme’s “substrate” (the molecule that the enzyme wants to transform into a different molecule). When the substrate appears, it inserts the “key” into the “lock.” The molecular structure of the substrate is transformed into a different molecular structure and both enzyme and the newly transformed molecule go on their merry ways.

What is a digestive enzyme?

A digestive enzyme breaks down the proteins, fats and carbohydrates in food during the digestive process allowing the body to better utilize the food you eat.

What is a proteolytic enzyme?

The proteolytic enzyme digests protein. Some examples of proteolytic enzymes are protease, serrapeptase, bromelain, and papain.

What is a lipase enzyme?

Lipase enzymes digest fat.

What is an amylase enzyme?

Amylase enzymes digest carbohydrates.

What is systemic enzyme therapy?

Systemic enzyme therapy is utilizing enzyme supplementation to increase the enzymes throughout your body to assist in restoring the body to health.

Are enzymes considered “anti-inflammatory drugs”?

Proteolytic Enzymes are considered anti-inflammatory agents.

How long does it take before you notice a change from taking enzymes?

It really depends on the individual’s physiological make-up. Everyone is different. Testimonials from some of our customers reported positive effects ranging from 3 days to 2 weeks. Taking the right activation dosage is critical to the success of the product. Being consistent with your regimen is also paramount to helping you achieve the outcomes you have laid out for yourself.

Are there any side effects at all with your product?

We currently have no documented evidence of any adverse side effects based on the use of enzymes. You should not take this product or begin any exercise or supplementation program without the consent of your physician.

Are there any compatibility issues with other nutraceuticals?

No. In fact, since vitamins are coenzymes and minerals are cofactors to enzymes, enzymes are needed in the body for them to be able to have their full effect. In addition, the vitamins and minerals assist the enzymes. Thus, systemic enzyme use enhances the effect of other supplementation programs.

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

The 4 Types Of Enzymes

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

Essentially there are four different kinds of enzymes, they are:

  • Food enzymes: These are found in raw foods.  There are sufficient enzymes in each raw food to digest it.  The level of active enzymes in a food is affected by many things – including:  food additives, radiation, long term storage, and any kind of food processing, especially heat.  Enzymes in foods are destroyed when they reach a heat over 116°F.


  • Digestive enzymes:  These help break food down into basic components so you can absorb the nutrients that are required to build cells, maintain organs and repair tissue.  These types of enzymes are present in the digestive juices your body produces, starting with the saliva in the mouth continuing down to and including the intestines.  These enzymes include protease, amylase, lipase, malt diastase, invertase, lactase, pectinase and alpha galactosidase.  Digestive enzymes break down different food groups.


  • Metabolic enzymes: These enzymes enhance and support metabolic processes. They are made by the body and drive chemical reactions within the cells.  On a cellular level,  metabolic enzymes direct body systems and are interconnected with every functional organ and biological system in the body.


  • Supplemental enzymes: These are cultured from plant enzymes. Plant enzymes are grown from food such as mushrooms, soy and wheat in a laboratory setting with specific actions rendered in units.  They are nonpathogenic Aspergillus Niger species and are free of mycelium contamination.  Removal of all aspergilli and fungi leave only the enzymatic action.  Supplemental enzymes are a concentrated form of enzymatic action.


Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

Welcome To Our Blog For Abundant Health Center

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010


Welcome to our blog.  We are glad that you have found us and we are excited to share with you our knowledge for health and wellness. 

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II