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Obviously, if you live on a daily diet consisting of denatured enzymeless foods, your entire enzyme capacity is constantly preoccupied with digestive duties, thereby permitting all sorts of putrid wastes and damaged cells to accumulate in other tissues to the point of severe toxemia.
In order to service the mass of enzymeless food in the stomach, other parts of the body - such as the brain, muscles, joints and nerves - are chronically deprived of the vital enzymes they require to function normally, and all sorts of ailments occur.
The stomach is perpetually stuffed with denatured foods taken in incompatible combinations, the liver is swollen and strained with the effort of breaking down massive intakes of animal protein and fat as well as drugs and poisons, the pancreas balloons to abnormal size owing to the constant demand for digestive enzymes to process enzymeless foods, and the colon gets lined with layer upon layer of glue-like crud that poisons the bloodstream.
When not busy digesting enzymeless food in the stomach, the body’s enzymes roam through the bloodstream and protect the entire system from all sorts of disease and toxic damage.