We hear so much about diet, exercise and vitamins as sources of good health, but MicroMiracles introduces many readers to “the next frontier in healing.” Natural substances known as enzymes play an important role in optimum health, and this book, written by Ellen W. Cutler, founder of BioSet and an expert on enzyme supplements, along with biochemist and nutritionist Jeremy E. Kaslow, offers a comprehensive look at the roles they play on the cellular level.
Enzymes, the authors tell us, can literally change how we view and fight disease. Because they work at the most basic cellular level, they are essential to all areas of health, including fighting inflammation, slowing aging, weight loss, renewed energy, combating depression, dealing with digestive problems, and a host of other ailments plaguing us today.
The book is divided into three parts. Part One deals with why enzymes matter and why they are the basic catalysts of life. Part Two focuses on the Enzyme-Digestion Connection, and Part Three offers enzyme therapy for common concerns. Chapters cover the role of enzymes in diabetes and heart disease protection, cancer and inflammation, emotional well-being, even healthy hair and skin, and each chapter offers plenty of solid research, clinical studies with patients, suggestions for supplementation, and a host of other ideas for using enzymes, including “Dr. Ellen’s Prescriptions” for specific ways to treat symptoms and causes.
Written in an easy-to-digest style by authorities with years of experience in and out of the “lab”, so to speak, with tons of back-up support from scientific studies, this book could be the missing link between illness and well-being that many readers have been looking for, having tried the tried-and-true diets and exercise plans. If enzymes really are the new frontier of healing, it makes sense to shine the spotlight on them. Micro Miracles allows readers to begin doing their own research, asking their own questions of their health care providers, and even actually using the enzyme therapies to achieve greater health.