Enzymes Allergies Candida






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Enzymes Allergies Candida ....There are many similarities between allergies and candida infection, because the symptoms of both are caused by the body’s attempt to resist organisms or toxins that tend to damage tissues and organs.


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The major part of our immune system consists of several types of white blood cells such as lymphocytes, neutrophils, macrophages, T-cells and B-cells. The T-cells are named from the thymus gland aiding in their production. B-cells are named after tiny sacs in the body called bursa where they migrate to be processed until they mature. T-cells and B-cells are both lymphocytes but they differ in their duties. T-Lymphocytes become sensitized to specific toxins or antigens, that cause immune responses, such as drugs and they attack them whenever they enter the body. B-Lymphocytes produce antibodies, which are molecules that react with certain antigens in the body and aid in their destruction.


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White blood cells help destroy antigens and other toxins. They do this by engulfing them and digesting them or by partially destroying them making it easier to be eliminated by the body. In most cases, this is done by secreting enzymes that break down the antigens. As far back as the 1920s, experiments by Dr. Richard Willstatter proved that white blood cells contain eight different types of amylase, lipase and protease. He stated that white blood cells provide transportation for enzymes throughout our bodies.During this time, Dr. Willstatter investigated the mechanisms of enzyme reactions and did a lot to establish that enzymes are chemical substances, not biological organisms.He was born Richard Martin Willstatter on August 13, 1872 and died August 3, 1942. He was a German organic chemist whose study of the structure of plant pigments, including chlorophyll, won him the 1915 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.



Dr. Richard Willstatter


Bacteria, yeast, antigens and other toxins can enter the body through the digestive tract. They will multiply profusely within the body if the immune system is weak and unhealthy and it can’t destroy them. Allergens, which are substances that cause an allergic reaction or allergy, can enter the body through the air we breathe.

Most antigens, bacteria, yeast and viruses are proteins. Quite often the toxins that are causing allergies and infections are secreted by bacteria and also contain protein substances. The body; therefore, needs a tremendous amount of protease, which is the enzyme that breaks down proteins, to counteract this bombardment upon itself.The breakdown of the protein is done in the bloodstream and in the digestive tract. If not digested properly they are absorbed through the digestive tract.

Antigens that cause allergies attach themselves to proteins in the blood and form an antigen complex and are deposited in the walls of tiny capillaries. They then secrete substances that cause inflammation. The inflammation results in hives, swelling, sneezing, hayfever and asthma. If the body is to rid itself of the antigen complex the allergen must be separated from the protein. It’s enzymes that do this by digesting the protein so that the allergen can be eliminated by the lymphatic system. To keep the lymphatic system clean you can use the herb Echinacea, which is an excellent lymphatic cleanser.


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It’s very important to understand the toxic effects of undigested proteins, yeast and bacteria entering the blood through the intestinal wall. They then spread throughout the body and cause numerous symptoms. An example of yeast with this capability is Candida albicans. It can live practically anywhere and will live in the intestinal tract of humans and animals as well as the vaginal areas. With a weakened immune system it can spread throughout the body. As previously mentioned yeasts are proteins and can be digested by enzymes in the body if the body is not deficient.


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When Candida is in the intestines it can remain in a fungal form and enter the blood stream or it can develop a root structure that penetrates the intestines, creating an opening in which bacteria, antigens and undigested protein can enter. This can lead to allergies, fatigue, anxiety, digestive disturbances, migraine headaches, cystitis, vaginitis and menstrual problems.

An effective treatment for Candida and allergies is to take plant based enzymes between meals to help increase enzyme activity throughout the whole body. Also eating larger amounts of raw food will increase enzymes. As previously stated, Echinacea will cleanse the lymphatics. Eating foods like kefir, which has active probiotics, will help the spread of yeast.



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