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The key to why you might not be losing weight

The key to why you might not be losing weight

It could all be because of this Enzyme called lipase.

This  enzyme is crucial to human health.

Lipase is one of our most vital digestive enzymes released mainly by the pancreas into the small intestine to help the body process and absorb fats.

By breaking down and helping the body to absorb fat, it does so much more for the body than you would expect — it can naturally help major digestive disorders like celiac disease and serious health conditions like cystic fibrosis.

Lipase is often taken in combination with the two other vital enzymes: protease and amylase. While lipase breaks down fats, protease processes proteins and amylase takes care of carbohydrates. When all of these enzymes are at the proper level in your body, your digestion and overall health can really be optimal.

Lipase splits fats so the intestines can absorb them.

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Research has shown that lipase could be complimentary to weight loss since it breaks down fat that is in the body.  A few years ago, scientists were able to manipulate lipase and triple its power by flipping on a molecular “switch” that turns the enzyme on and off.  They actually succeeded in making lipase enzymes work three times harder, increasing fat digestion from 15 percent to 45 percent of the time.

This could really help people struggling with obesity and serious related health problems like heart problems and diabetes. Additionally, knowing about and being able to manipulate this enzymatic “ignition switch” seems like it will work for all enzymes. If scientists are able to figure out how to turn enzymes on and off, then there could potentially be a way to help or even cure all kinds of health conditions involving enzymatic activity.

Pretty cool hey?

So many sure you are getting enough of this enzyme if weight loss is your goal.

 

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