At the beginning of the 20th century, people discovered vitamins and then trace elements and minerals. Only in the mid-1980s did humans realize the importance of enzymes. Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine Arthur Kornberg said, "For our lives, we can no longer find other substances as important as enzymes in nature." Enzymes control the entire body, and when enzymes function abnormally, it kills humans.
People have such a question: why do many elderly people eat calcium, but cannot supplement it? The main problem is that it is not absorbed, which is caused by insufficient enzymes in the body. Due to the aging and disorders of the human body, some enzymes are missing and some are inactive, resulting in various chronic diseases and cancers.
Human life and death are related to enzymes, which determine our health and longevity. The most recent foreign survey shows that "enzyme deficiency" is the leading cause of death for health. All diseases, from cancer to the common cold, have a total cause of enzyme deficiency. When the level of enzymes in the body rises, the disease disappears. Conversely, lower enzyme concentrations can lead to illness and even deadly consequences.