Enzyme Nutrition

The Food Enzyme Concept

Author: Edward Howell

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 192

View: 816

Why is eating food in its natural state, unprocessed and unrefined, so vital to the maintenance of good health? What is lacking in our modern diet that makes us so susceptible to degenerative disease? What natural elements in food may play a key role in unlocking the secrets of life extension? These fascinating questions, and many more, are answered in Enzyme Nutrition. Written by one of America’s pioneering biochemists and nutrition researchers, Dr. Edward Howell, Enzyme Nutrition presents the most vital nutritional discovery since that of vitamins and minerals—food enzymes. Our digestive organs produce some enzymes internally, however food enzymes are necessary for optimal health and must come from uncooked foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables, raw sprouted grains, unpasteurized dairy products, and food enzyme supplements. Enzyme Nutrition represents more than fifty years of research and experimentation by Dr. Howell. He shows us how to conserve our enzymes and maintain internal balance. As the body regains its strength and vigor, its capacity to maintain its normal weight, fight disease, and heal itself is enhanced.

The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy

Author: Anthony J. Cichoke

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Medical

Page: 492

View: 647

Describes a variety of ailments and medical conditions, and lists and current treatments that feature enzymes, vitamins, and minerals

The Enzyme Diet Solution

Finally Weight Loss That Stays Lost

Author: Allan Somersall



Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 289

View: 373

"Body weight is an intensely personal thing. There's no escaping it. It greets you every morning in the bathroom mirror, it follows you throughout the day by the reflections in the eyes of everyone you meet, and it whispers a 'good night' benediction as you put out your vanity light. It is your second face." Dr. Allan C. Somersall

Enzymes in Farm Animal Nutrition

Author: Michael Richard Bedford

Publisher: CABI


Category: Medical

Page: 406

View: 375

This book contains 16 chapters by individual authors reviewing feed enzymes within the context of their mode of action, interaction with intestinal physiology, economic and environmental impacts, and application of the technology to the diets of various livestock species.

The Raw Food Diet Myth

What You Need to Know about the Raw and Living Food Lifestyle to Improve Your Health, Fitness, and Life

Author: Ruthann Russo

Publisher: DJ Iber Publishing


Category: Raw food diet

Page: 250

View: 714

Raw food is not just a diet. It is a revolutionary philosophy. The purpose of this book is to introduce you to the revolutionary philosophy of raw and living foods by pulling together all of the components, including, but not limited to, diet, into one place. The book provides you with information to make a conscious decision about whether you will, or perhaps already have, incorporated any of the raw and living food philosophy into your own philosophy of living.

Enzymes in Poultry and Swine Nutrition

Author: R. R. Marquardt

Publisher: IDRC


Category: Feed additives

Page: 142

View: 438

Enzymes in Poultry and Swine Nutrition: Proceedings of the First Chinese Symposium on Feed Enzymes, Nanjing, PRC

The Hippocrates Diet and Health Program

Author: Ann Wigmore

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 191

View: 488

Discusses the importance of nutrition in physical fitness and recommends a vegetarian diet designed to reduce weight and improve general health

Nutrition Research Advances

Author: Sarah V. Watkins

Publisher: Nova Publishers


Category: Medical

Page: 261

View: 328

To give the body proper nutrition, a person has to eat and drink enough of the foods that contain key nutrients. This book examines the research in this field.

Green Smoothies Diet

The Natural Program for Extraordinary Health

Author: Robyn Openshaw

Publisher: Ulysses Press


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 208

View: 226

A Biochemical Approach to Nutrition

Author: R. Freedland

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 63

View: 174

Though the major emphasis of this book will be references to several basic texts are given at the to provide the nutritionist with a biochemical end of the introduction. approach to his experimental and practical To facilitate easy reference, the book has problems, it is hoped that the book will also be been divided into chapters according to the of use to the biochemist and physiologist to roles of the basic nutrients in metabolism. demonstrate how dietary nutrition manipula Within chapters, discussion will include such tion can be used as a powerful tool in solving topics as the effects of nutrients on metabolism, problems in both physiology and biochemistry. the fate of nutrien ts, the roles of various tissues There will be no attempt to write an all-encom and interaction of tissues in utilizing nutrients, passing treatise on the relationship between and the biochernical mechanisms involved. biochemistry and nutrition; rather, it is hoped Toward the end of the book, several example that the suggestions and partial answers offered problems will be presented, which we hope will here will provide the reader with a basis for provide the reader with the opportunity to approaching problems and designing experi form testable hypotheses and design experi ments.