Digestive Enzymes 


Our body has many different kinds of enzymes, but the three major ones are digestive, food, and metabolic. Each enzyme has a specific blueprint and a specific function. Every daily biochemical function of the body requires enzymes to facilitate the building of compounds from the body’s raw materials, unlock nutrients, and break down substances such as food, toxins, and chemical wastes in the body.  

We were given a store of enzymes in utero from our mothers. Most of us  start to run out around our mid-twenties and are really starting to feel a digestive change by our 40's–50's.

Essentialzymes-4 is a multi-spectrum enzyme complex specially formulated to aid the critically needed digestion of dietary fats, proteins, fiber, and carbohydrates commonly found in the modern processed diet. The dual time-release technology releases the animal-based and plant-based enzymes at separate times within the digestive tract, allowing for optimal nutrient absorption.

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  • Protese helps digest and utilize protein. It also supports the  healthy function of the digestive, circulatory, and immune systems.

  •  Amylase promotes the digestion of starches—something that is very important if you consume the typical diet.

  • Cellulase assists with the breakdown of cellulose, an insoluble  plant carbohydrate, converting it to beta-glucose. Because beta-glucose  is released more slowly than regular glucose, it provides a more  sustainable energy source for your body and decreases the rapid rise in  blood sugar typically seen after ingesting simple sugars. 

  • Lipase aids in the digestion of fats, or lipids, and increases the  nutritional value of healthy fats that you ingest by promoting the  digestion and absorption of essential fatty acids.

By combining these enzymes with our amazing Anise, Ginger, Rosemary, Tarragon, Lemongrass and Fennel essential oils, Young Living has created a fantastic product that provides great support to your digestive system.

Imagine the effects on your whole body when you increase your ability to actually absorb the nutrition in your food. Every part of your body responds. Supplementing can greatly improve your quality of life.

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Carla Green is a registered acupuncturist and physiotherapist. Listen in as she shares why she chooses Young Living for her clinic and her patients.