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Unique Features and Application of Non-Animal Derived Enzymes

@inproceedings{RachmanUniqueFA,
  title={Unique Features and Application of Non-Animal Derived Enzymes},
  author={D. Rachman}
}
What You Eat, " but few realize it promotes a principle that is somewhat flawed. In reality, " You Are What You Assimilate. " Even the healthiest of diets are without value if the body cannot properly digest and assimilate its nutrients. To that end, vital biological catalysts called enzymes (meaning " in yeast " , since the first enzymes were discovered in yeast cells) break down protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Through this action they facilitate the digestive process and are essential to… CONTINUE READING
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