l don't like how T4phage talked about enzyme deficiency using an extracted product. Did the scientist test the enzyme package? l wouldn't use a bought enzyme package either. Maybe he is basing his claims on this package, who knows?
Marc, did you read the article properly? The authors were argueing the claims
that were being made for the product, among which; the body running low on enzymes, and that enzymes from 'plants' assist human enzymes in digestion. The same claims you make.
Science should be very careful when it writes off plant material (eg, enzymes) as useless.
Marc, ezymes are protiens, do you know that? Our body is wonderfully equipped with protein degrading ezymes such as proteases, and then pepidases which reduce most protiens to their substituent amino acids. Very few proteins (in their native state) survive the passage thru the human digestive tract intact.
Why else do old people suffer from poor digestion?
Marc, is part of a natural cycle called ageing. And not because they 'run" out of digestive enzymes. Position statement on Ageing
my chlorella report will be presented soon. (lt will blow your mind).
Marc, remember to use the thumbnails from Imageshack.