Faster than the Fastest Computer

“Every second of our lives, more than 2,700 different types of enzymes are performing a complicated interlocking network of activities which no computer could even begin to imitate, sometimes at breathtaking speed,” written by Linda Rector Page, N.D., Ph.D in her book Healthy Healing. This just demonstrates how vital enzymes are to our bodies! A lot of people have depleted their enzyme supply and must rely on food sources and supplements for these vital enzymes.

Here are some awesome foods, teas, & herbs that contain high levels of enzymes:

  • Green tea & black tea
  • Ginger, Milk Thistle, Licorice
  • Avocados
  • Bananas, grapes, & kiwi
  • Dates & figs
  • EVOO (extra virgin olive oil)
  • Pineapple, mango, & unripe papaya
  • Raw honey
  • Sprouts

These are especially good foods for people with fibromyalgia. If we add the above to our diets, we’ll be doing ourselves a huge favor, not only health-wise, but there are some yummy things on the list!

Awesome Foods with High Levels of Enzymes

These foods are some of the best as far as enzyme activity. They are loaded with the “sparks” that activate our vitamins, minerals, and other things:

  • advocados
  • bananas
  • dates
  • extra virgin olive oil & unrefined oils
  • figs
  • grapes
  • kiwi
  • mango
  • papaya – unripe
  • pineapple
  • raw honey
  • sprouts

A Smoothie or Fruitlatti a Day Helps Keep the Doctor Away :)

Well…maybe it is supposed to be an apple a day. 🙂 But there is something to be said for having fresh fruit every day. During the summer we have a fresh fruit smoothie or fruitlatti several times a week. They are so easy to make if you have a good blender. (I am blessed to have a great blender, a Kitchenaid, that I was able to get for half price.) My family’s favorite is a simple strawberry fruitlatti. But the fruitlatti and smoothies vary depending on what fruit I have on hand.

I think a banana is a basic must for any smoothie or fruitlatti. The banana thickens it up to a good consistency. Today I was short on fruit. All I had was one banana and a little fresh pineapple. So I looked in the freezer and found half a package of frozen peaches and a tiny bit of frozen strawberries. (Fresh is always better, but in a pinch frozen works fine. ) I blended it all together with a sweetener (Stevia), a little water and lots of ice. It needed a little more taste so I added some orange juice and then it tasted really great.

The awesome thing about using fresh fruits is that we get the natural enzymes that help our body so much, as well as the vitamins. It’s great for female hormones, stomach problems, stress, and for most physical problems and ailments. Enzymes are the “spark of life,” and I know that I feel better when I eat fresh fruit daily.