Every day, we are exposed to toxins in the environment, from the food and water we consume to the air we breathe and the products we use. Toxins are found in beauty products, household cleaners, furniture, mattresses, house dust, and even foods of natural origin. These products containing chemical toxins are extremely harmful to the human body. However, we can take some measures to avoid exposure to excessive toxins to minimize their damage to our body.

Spraying pesticides on fruits and vegetables can protect them from pests and diseases. But we all know that even after cleaning, the residue of pesticides will remain on the agricultural products. Although the Environmental Protection Agency has banned the use of most toxic pesticides (including highly toxic organic phosphates that were phased out in the late 1970s and late 1980s). However, until now, residues of these chemicals have been seen in green leafy vegetables and fruits.

Organic produce can easily replace traditionally grown produce. In particular, conventionally grown strawberries, apples, celery, cucumbers, grapes, spinach and potatoes have the highest levels of pesticides. Although diets rich in fruits and vegetables are good for human health, we should limit exposure as much as possible.

Environmental toxins are chemicals, synthetic substances, different pollutants, pesticides, etc. The human body stores these foreign elements outside the elimination system to protect our body. Toxins accumulate in the fat of our bodies, causing many diseases. Fortunately, our body has a built-in detoxification system that helps neutralize and remove these potentially harmful substances. The main organ responsible for detoxification is the liver, which converts fat-soluble toxins into water-soluble waste. These wastes can be excreted through the feces, urine, sweat and respiratory system.

Environmental toxins pose a certain health hazard to humans, living things and ecosystems. On the other hand, some enzymes are beneficial to human health and are indispensable in human growth. But the current environmental toxins have risen to levels that the human body can't afford! If it is not urgent to solve this problem and take measures to control it, what is the dilemma of mankind? The World Health Organization has consistently used environmental toxins as the leading cause of most diseases. In this case, what can we do as human beings to make our bodies healthier?

We can take beneficial measures to reduce the burden of toxins in the body and wash away the toxins already present in the body. Body cleansing methods can improve your health and help your body function optimally. To increase our energy levels, we use stimulants such as soft drinks, coffee and junk food. This leads to a lack of nutrient-rich and fiber-rich foods in our bodies. The digestive system became dirty and could not work properly. Colds, hay fever, headaches, allergies, dry skin, etc. become increasingly serious problem. Therefore, environmental toxins can cause unpredictable health problems in our bodies.

In contrast to environmental toxins, enzymes have a significant effect on enhancing human constitution. Lipase is highly beneficial to our body. Digestive enzymes help to reduce inflammation, reduce fibrin and remove foreign contaminants from the blood. Digestive enzymes enhance the immune program and increase its energy levels. Amylase catalyzes the hydrolysis of starch to maltose and promotes the hydrolysis of starch, so we can feel the sweetness of steamed bread. Lipases catalyze the hydrolysis of fats to fatty acids and glycerol. Protease catalyzes the hydrolysis of proteins into polypeptide chains, which hydrolyze proteins into small molecules of amino acids that provide energy to our bodies.

In order to control and manage excessive fibrin action, systemic enzymes should be used. Systemic enzymes work in our body to eliminate harmful particles in the blood. Fresh pineapple is a good source of this enzyme. Digestive enzymes are popular because they break down food and improve the digestion process. On the other hand, systemic enzymes are found in our bodies. They are found inside our tissues, limbs, cell materials, etc., and can help every chemical reaction in the body.

Author's Bio: 

Fiona Bingly

Creative Enzymes