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Title: Enzymes: The Most Overlooked Link to Brain Health and Learning


1
Enzymes The Most Overlooked Link to Brain
Health and Learning
  • Codie-lyn Kahler, BS
  • Young Living Essential Oil Educator

2
Obligatory Disclaimer
  • The information shared today is intended for
    education purposes only. It has not been
    evaluated by the FDA and is not provided in order
    to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease,
    illness, or injured condition of the body. Anyone
    suffering from any disease, illness or injury
    should consult with a physician or medical
    professional.
  • However, that being said scientific research has
    established a correlation between nutrition and
    many disease conditions.
  • We also highly encourage, as we have done, to
    become educated consumers and research all
    products used in, on or around your body.
  • Information on the oils mentioned in this
    presentation was obtained from the Essential Oils
    Desk Reference 5th Edition published by Life
    Science Publishing.

3
What are enzymes?
  • Enzymes are natural chemical compounds that
    orchestrate other chemical functions.
  • They are proteins made up of amino acids produced
    by living organisms
  • They are NOT alive nor are they living cells
  • Without enzymes life would cease to exist!

4
  • Most diseases known to man are the
  • result of an enzyme imbalance.
  • Tom Bohager
  • Enzymes What the experts know

5
Enzymes are Essential To Life
  • Every daily biochemical function in the body
    needs enzymes
  • They facilitate the building of compounds from
    the bodys raw materials
  • Transports elements throughout the body
  • Breaks down food for body simulation quickly
  • Eliminates many toxins and chemical waste in the
    body

6
There are 3 kinds of Enzymes
  1. Digestive Enzymes breaks down proteins, fats and
    carbohydrates
  2. Food Enzymes cells and enzymes in plants are
    similar to those in both humans and animals
  3. Metabolic Enzymes produced within the body that
    is not utilized for digestion

7
Digestive Enzymes
  • Proteases breaks down proteins.
  • Lipases break down lipids or fats.
  • Amylases break down carbohydrates.
  • Cellulases (technically a form of amylase) break
    down cellulose.

8
Food Enzymes
  • Introduced to the body through the RAW FOOD that
    we eat.
  • Raw food only manifests enough enzymes to digest
    that particular food.
  • Does NOT contain enough enzymes to be stored in
    the body for later use!
  • COOKING (over 110 degrees)AND PROCESSING OF FOOD
    DESTROYS ALL OF THE FOODS ENZYMES

9
Metabolic Enzymes
  • Any enzyme produced within the body that is not
    utilized for digestion.
  • They have been called the spark, energy, or
    vitality of life.
  • Without these enzymes we would not be able to
    hear, feel, THINK, walk, talk, breath or LIVE.
  • They make biochemical reactions possible within
    the cells for detoxification and energy
    production.

10
Enzyme Destruction
  • Temperatures over 120 degrees
  • Food processing
  • Microwave
  • Radiation
  • Disrupted bond in amino chains

11
Digestive Process
  • Begins in the mouth.
  • Three different types of amylase are secreted to
    digest carbohydrates.
  • The act of chewing mixes the food with the
    enzymes.
  • Continued digestion of carbs in the upper stomach
    30 to 40 minutes.
  • Food enters lower stomach.

12
The Intestines
  • Chyme enters the duodenum, a section of small
    intestine.
  • Lipase from the pancreas and bile from the
    gallbladder assist in fat digestion.
  • Additional enzymes are added to finish digestion
    supplied by the pancreas.
  • Enters large intestine home to good bacteria.
  • A byproduct of their metabolism is some vitamins
    that we need.

13
GUT FLORA Essential Flora
  • Digestive system, skin, eyes, respiratory and
    excretory organs are happily coexisting with
    trillions of invisible lodgers.
  • Our ecosystem revolves around macro- and
    micro-life we can not live without the other.
  • Average adult carries 1.5-2kg of bacteria in gut.
  • Indigenous friendly bacteria bifidobacteria,
    lactobacteria, propionobacteria, physiological
    strains of E.coli, peptostreptococci, and
    Enterococci.

14
OPPORTUNISTIC FLORA
  • Large group of various microbes
  • A few examples bacteriods, staphylococci,
    streptococci, bacilli, clostridia, yeasts and
    many others
  • 500 various species of microbes known to science
    so far found in the human gut
  • Transitional flora are microbes which we daily
    swallow with food and drink
  • Beneficial bacteria control these opportunistic
    flora

15
GUT WALL IS THE KEY
  • If beneficial bacteria in the gut are damaged
    and are not functioning as they should, then the
    walls of the city are not protected very
    wellthe gut wall is open to invasion by anything
    that comes along a virus from vaccination or the
    environment, a ubiquitous fungus such as Candida
    albicans, various bacteria and parasites and
    toxic substances, all of which are very capable
    of damaging our digestive system and causing a
    chronic inflammation in the walls.
  • Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride Gut and Psychology
    Syndrome

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WHAT CAN DAMAGE GUT FLORA
  • ANTIBIOTICS
  • Change bacteria, viruses and fungi from benign to
    pathogenic, giving them ability to invade tissues
    and cause disease
  • Make bacteria resistant to antibiotics
  • Direct damaging effect on immune system.
  • OTHER FACTORS
  • Physical exertion, old age, alcoholism,
    pollution, toxic chemicals, radiation, seasonal
    factors, extreme climate

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Malabsorption
  • Malabsorption is caused from
  • Prolapsed bowel
  • Spastic bowel
  • Twisted bowel
  • Lack of water
  • Acidic pH level of body tissues and organs
  • Insufficient or total lack of enzymes
  • Compromised Gut Wall

18
Digestion and Liver
  • Synthesize proteins.
  • Synthesize, store and process fats.
  • Metabolize and store carbohydrates.
  • Form and secrete bile.
  • Eliminate biochemicals produced by the body.
  • Detoxify the system of drugs, alcohol and
    environmental toxins.

19
Digestion and the Colon
  • Large Intestine
  • Garbage can of the body
  • Bacteria invade vegetable foods and help
    disintegrate them
  • Undigested protein cause damage to the body
  • Walls of colon will reabsorb poisonous
    excrement back in the system
  • Port from colon leads directly to brain

20
Colon Polyps and Colon Cancer
  • Polyps are fleshy growths that occur along the
    inside of the lining of the colon, also known as
    the large intestine.
  • Estimated that 50 of people over 60 will have
    at least one polyp.
  • Colon cancer is the second leading cause of
    death from cancer in the U.S.
  • Adenomas, polyps that become cancerous account
    for 75 of all polyps.

21
After Digestion
  • Enzymes break down
  • Pass into blood stream as amino acids
  • Are used as building blocks in the body
  • They make there way back to the liver and
    pancreas and are used again

22
Plant Enzymes
  • protease, peptidase, lipase, amylase,
    glucoamylase, alpha-galactosidase, cellulase,
    hemicellulase, invertase, malt diastase, lactase,
    pectinase and phytase.
  • Affected by pH differential throughout digestion
  • Work through stomach acids (research by Beazall
    1941, Graham 1977, Griffin 1989)
  • Reactivates in small intestines

23
Animal Enzymes
  • Protease, lypase, amylase, pancreatin, trypsin,
    chymotrypsin
  • Break down protein toxins
  • Work only in the alkaline environment of the
    upper stomach
  • Pepsin is active in the acid of the lower
    stomach, but not in the small intestine

24
Microbial Enzymes
  • The enzymes secreted by invader microbes in the
    body are called mycotoxins and are poisonous to
    humans
  • Manufactured by the food and drug industry for
    food additives, medicines, cleaning products and
    other sources

25
Enzyme Supplements
  • Necessary because American soil is mostly barren
  • Grains harvested before enzymes can develop in
    seeds
  • Processed and cooked foods void of enzymes
  • Children born to mothers with limited store of
    enzymes in body

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Life Without Enzymes
  • Yeast Infections
  • Leaky Gut Syndrome, Irritable Bowel Syndrome,
    Celiacs Disease
  • Brain fog, dementia, Alzheimers, Autism,
    ADD/ADHD
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, Parkinsons
  • Hypoglycemia, depression, allergies,
    fibromyalgia, gluten intolerance, eczema, hives,
    rashes, red face, hyperactivity
  • Chemical senstivties

27
Phenol sulphotransferase The PST Enzyme
  • Prevents removal of catecholamines
  • Production of neurotransmitters
  • Pathway for detoxification of xenobiotics
  • Important for detoxification of chemical build up
    in colon
  • Diets high in bad fat can alter PST activity
  • Diets high in good fat improved allergenic
    reaction causing asthma attacks

28
Probable PST Dysfunction
  • Synthetic chemicals are potent inhibitors of
    human liver enzymes. They are found in
  • Processed and Fast Food
  • Toys
  • Clothing
  • Personal care products
  • Water and Air

29
Autism
  • High GI inflammation and dysfunction in both
    upper and lower GI tract
  • Decreased enzyme activities
  • Treatment of digestive problems had a positive
    effect on autistic behavior
  • Usually have food allergies and sensitivities to
    phenolic foods
  • Deficiency in a key detoxification pathway

30
Sulfur Deficiency Link
  • Sulfur is an important part of many enzymes and
    in antioxidant molecules
  • Autistic Children tested as much as 15 low in
    sulfur
  • A report from McFadden in 1996 stated that a
    large number of adults cannot metabolize sulfur.
  • Both have trouble with allergies, environmental
    chemical and sensitivity to smells

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Phenol the parent compound, used as an disinfectant and for chemical synthesis
Bisphenol A and other bisphenols produced from ketones and phenol / cresol
BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) - a fat-soluble antioxidant and food additive
Capsaicin the pungent compound of chili peppers
Cresol found in coal tar and creosote
Estradiol estrogen - hormones
Eugenol the main constituent of the essential oil of clove
Gallic acid found in galls
Guaiacol (2-methoxyphenol) - has a smokey flavor, and is found in roasted coffee, whisky, and smoke
4-Nonylphenol a breakdown product of detergents and nonoxynol-9
Orthophenyl phenol a fungicide used for waxing citrus fruits
Picric acid (trinitrophenol) - an explosive material
Phenolphthalein pH indicator
Polyphenol e.g. flavonoids and tannins
Propofol an anesthetic
Raspberry ketone a compound with an intense raspberry smell
Serotonin / dopamine / adrenaline / noradrenaline natural neurotransmitters
Thymol (2-Isopropyl-5-methyl phenol) - an antiseptic that is used in mouthwashes
Tyrosine an amino acid
Xylenol used in antiseptics disinfecticides
32
Phenolic sensitivity
  • The PST enzyme pathway is blocked by
  • Food additives, flavoring, and coloring, dyes,
    BH, BHT, and TBHQ block PST enzyme and
    pancreatic secretions
  • Synthetic phenolic medication acts like
    anti-inflammatory steroidal drugs
  • CAUSES INABILITY TO METABOLIZE SULFUR compounds
    in humans, known as sulfate ions.

33
Phenols are Necessary Part of Life
  • All foods contain some phenolic compounds,
    especially fruits and vegetables
  • Phenols are high in antioxidants (fight free
    radical damage to cells in body)
  • They preserve foods in their natural state by
    protecting them from pathogens
  • They take an active part in the germination and
    growth of seeds and attract flower pollinators
  • They are powerful detoxifiers

34
NEUTRALISATION
  • 1979 Dr. Robert Gardner discovered that just a
    few drops of small water dilutions of pure
    phenolic compounds would completely neutralize
    reaction to foods.
  • Pure therapeutic-grade essential oils contain
    hundreds, maybe thousands, of pure phenolic
    compounds.
  • The neutralizing dose is given as drops under the
    tongue

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ESSENTIAL OILS HIGH IN PHENOLS
  • WINTERGREEN 97
  • ANISE 90
  • CLOVE 77
  • BASIL 76
  • TARRAGON 75
  • FENNEL 72
  • OREGANO 70
  • THYME 50

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What can Enzymes do?
  • Clean arteries of plaque
  • Empty stomach
  • Digest fat
  • Support the cardiovascular system
  • Support the bodys inflammatory process
  • Enhances circulation
  • Maintain healthy weight
  • Support the body in response to allergens
  • Support the body in cleansing colon and liver

37
Good Enzyme Ingredients
  • Essential Oils help body with enzyme production
    anise, fennel, ginger, and peppermint to
    stimulate digestive enzymes, relax the linings of
    the intestines, making it easier for gas to
    escape.
  • Bromelain Isolated from the stem of the
    pineapple plant.
  • Bee Pollen natural amylase.
  • Amylase Digests carbohydrates.
  • Trace Minerals Improve enzyme action.
  • Mainly plant based enzymes

38
EssentialZyme
  • Enzymes
  • help digest toxic waste and gasses resulting from
    metabolism
  • help utilize vitamins, minerals, and amino acids
    in foods.
  • Break down of proteins and processed foods which
    otherwise might ferment and putrefy.
  • Ingredients pancrelipase, trypsin, carrot
    powder, alfalfa pancreatin 4X, papain, bromelain,
    betaine HCL, cumin seed
  • Essential oils of tarragon, peppermint, anise,
    fennel and clove.

39
Kid Scents MIGHTYZYMES
  • CONTAINS 9 DIFFERENT DIGESTIVE ENZYMES
  • AID IN RELIEF OF OCCASIONAL SYMPTOMS
    INCLUDING FULLNESS, PRESSURE, BLOATING, GAS,
    PAIN, OR MINOR CRAMPING THAT MAY OCCUR AFTER
    EATING.
  • TAKE ONE TABLET CHEW 1 TABLET THREE TIMES DAILY
    PRIOR TO OR WITH MEALS.

40
Sulfurzyme
  • Formulated by D. Gary Young to support the PST
    enzyme that is missing the sulfur ion in the
    structure.
  • Ingredients Proprietary Sulfurzyme Blend MSM
    (methylsulfonylmethane) NingXia Wolfberry (lycium
    barbarum) fruit. Gelatin, rice flour, magnesium
    stearate, and silica.

41
Detoxzyme
  • combines a myriad of powerful enzymes that
    complete digestion, help detoxify, and promote
    cleansing.
  • The ingredients in Detoxzyme also work with the
    body to support normal function of the digestive
    system, which is essential for maintaining and
    building health.

42
If you want to stay healthy, you need to support
the bodys mechanism for producing and conserving
enzyme production - Tom Bohager Enzymes What
the Experts Know
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All Diseases Begin in the Gut Hippocrates,
460-370 BC
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