Enzymes

Properties of Vinegar

Properties of vinegar…Vinegar is mainly a dilute aqueous solution of acetic acid and this is reflected in its physical and chemical properties. It’s the product of two biochemical processes. These processes are alcoholic fermentation and acid fermentation. Alcoholic fermentation converts natural sugar to alcohol. Acid fermentation converts alcohol to acid via microorganisms, which are present in the air, we breathe,…

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What is Wobenzym N used for?

What is it? What’s in it? Wobenzym N © is an enzyme preparation, which was originally developed in Germany in the 1960s. It’s a natural anti-inflammatory with many additional health benefits. Wobenzym N © still remains Europe’s most popular nutritional enzyme supplement. It’s a Pharmaceutical Grade Formula. Pharmaceutical Grade Formulas usually are only available through healthcare professionals, and aren’t found…

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What is ancient Koji?

Koji is steamed rice that’s had koji mold spores or koji-kin propagated onto it. The scientific name of the mold is Aspergillus Oryzae. It creates enzymes as it matures and they break down the starches in the rice into sugar that’s fermented by the yeast. Carbon dioxide and alcohol are given off. Without koji it wouldn’t be possible to make…

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N-Zimes

Dr. Edward Howell , world famous enzyme expert, in his book Food Enzymes for Health and Longevity recommends the original patented enzyme formula found in Swanson Ultra © n-zimes © as his choice for the best enzyme formula in the world. In 1932, Dr. Howell founded the National Enzyme Company so he could produce his patented formula. NEC is one…

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Sauerkraut Enzymes

In 200 BC, the Chinese were pickling cabbage in wine. Under Genghis Khan the Mongols used salt instead of wine. They brought it with them as they went to battle. In 1776, Germans in America were making sauerkraut. It became a specialty with the Pennsylvania Dutch. The Pennsylvania Dutch were people from Germany and Switzerland who settled in the state…

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Enzymes and Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body making up about 10 percent of our body weight. Its main role is to provide protection from our environment. New skin cells form in the basal layer, which is the deepest layer of the epidermis. They begin perfectly round, but as they travel upward through the remaining layers they become flattened.…

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