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Re: Veggie enzymes only 1/10th of the whole story
 
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Re: Veggie enzymes only 1/10th of the whole story



shellycat,

first you write:

Yes, enzymes are important, but you have to understand, raw foods are very, very hard on all of the major organs and weakened digestive systems. And most of us here are dealing with weak, debillitated organs.


then you write:

A body in a weakened state needs very easy to digest things. Raw foods with all of their phytotoxins do not help this process, despite the presense of enzymes. The enzymes people need most are pancreatic enzymes, which are not in foods, bile salts and stomach acids - HCL, betain, etc.


This is confusing to me because it seems like you are making contradicting statements saying they are not a priority...and then they are a priority!


Are you in favor of using them or not?


 

 
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