Cascade fermentation has been protected by the European Patent Organisation with EP 1153549.
Importance of enzymes
Enzymes are protein catalysts, facilitating chemical reactions processed in our bodies. Shortage of enzymes affects the natural regulation system of the body. The first signs signalling a shortage of enzymes in the body are fatigue, poor concentration, skin problems and gastrointestinal disorders.
Isolated activated enzymes resist acidosis (acid-alkaline balance disorder), increased acidity and formation of aggregates (including fat accumulation) in the joints and tissues.
- Enzymes digest the most important nutrients to the required size for optimal assimilation in the body.
- Enzymes are responsible for metabolism, which directs body cells and absorbed nutrients to make compounds with other nutrients, aiming to restore damaged cells, bones, muscles and other organs.
- Enzymes stimulate the synthesis of different substances and chemical compounds, which are vitally important for the body.
- Enzymes are necessary for breathing, swallowing and locomotive muscles.