Source: The Health Benefits of Phytase by Dr. Edward Group Phytase is an enzyme that has the ability to liberate the phosphate and mineral residues from phytic acid (phytate), a compound formed during the maturation process of plant seeds and grains that is commonly found in plant-based foods. Roughly two thirds of the phosphorous present in … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Phytase
Source: The Health Benefits of Beta-Glucanase by Dr. Edward Group Beta-Glucanase represents a group of carbohydrate enzymes which break down glycosidic bonds within beta-glucan. These glucans also create up to 60% of the cell wall of many forms of fungal organisms such as Candida albicans and candidal biofilm (the common experience of candida in the gut). Beta glucans … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Beta-Glucanase
Source: The Health Benefits of Glucoamylase by Dr. Edward Group Glucoamylase (also known as amyloglucosidase) is a type of digestive enzyme that cleaves or breaks off a free glucose molecule from the complex sugar-based chains that form starch or from the simpler sugar, maltose. The glucose that is freed can then be used as a source … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Glucoamylase
Source: The Health Benefits of Xylanase by Dr. Edward Group Xylanase (pronounced zy-lan-ase) is an naturally-occurring enzyme commonly found in microbes and fungi that can play a vital role in human digestion. Scientifically speaking, it is an enzyme that breaks down a type of fiber known as hemicellulose by converting one of its components (beta 1,4 … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Xylanase
Source: The Health Benefits of Protease by Dr. Edward Group Protease (also known as a proteolytic enzyme, peptidase or proteinase) is a type of enzyme that functions mainly to help us digest different kinds of proteins. They break down the bonds by a process known as hydrolysis and convert proteins into smaller chains called peptides or … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Protease
Source: What Are Coenzymes and How Are They Vital to Your Health? by Dr. Edward Group Coenzymes are required in many enzymatic and metabolic processes in your body, in plants, and in animals. Without coenzymes, inactive enzymes would be unable to convert into their active forms to catalyze reactions, such as breaking down food for energy. … Continue reading What Are Coenzymes and How Are They Vital to Your Health?
Source: The Health Benefits of Hemicellulase by Dr. Edward Group The hemicellulase enzyme breaks down hemicellulose, which is a type of cellulose and a key component of the cell wall in all plants. Different forms of plant hemicellulose include glucans, galactans, xylans, mannans and pentosans. Common fiber-rich breakfast cereals, for example, have a large amount of … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Hemicellulase
Source: The Health Benefits of Serrapeptase by Dr. Edward Group Discovered in the early 1970’s, this proteolytic enzyme was isolated from the Serratia species of bacteria located in the intestines of silkworms. Serrapeptase, also called serratiopeptidase, is a superior enzyme that provides strong, healthful properties. Today serrapeptase is used all over Europe and Asia in clinical settings. It … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Serrapeptase
Source: What Is the MTHFR Genetic Defect and How Can it Affect You? by Dr. Edward Group Conventional science wants us to believe that we are merely a product and victim of our genes, but these “facts” aren’t entirely true. While genetics do play a role in the initiation and development of some diseases, our choices … Continue reading What Is the MTHFR Genetic Defect and How Can it Affect You?
Source: What Is CoQ10? by Dr. Edward Group Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10 for short, plays a critical role in metabolic processes dealing with ATP. As part of the energy creation process, CoQ10 acts as a powerful antioxidant. If you're looking for a supplement that can help you feel energized, promotes healthy aging, and keeps you feeling your best, … Continue reading What Is CoQ10?