What Are Enzymes?

What Are Enzymes?

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hi guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about enzymes now what are enzymes enzymes are many little protein worker bees in your body they do the work so you have carbohydrates proteins and fats and you have vitamins and minerals and essential fatty acids and all these these raw materials but it’s the enzymes that manipulate the raw material to make things okay so first of all when you eat it there’s enzymes that are triggered by your the food that you eat and it tells the pancreas what enzyme to release so there’s very specific enzymes for very specific foods and so when that enzyme is ready and being pumped out by the time the food gets down there it breaks down that type of food so you have protein protein enzymes fat enzymes carbohydrate enzymes starch enzymes you have enzymes for breaking down the DNA you have enzymes for collagen so you have a lot of different enzymes so the food is broken down into small little particles okay so you have proteins are broken down into amino acids fats into them into fatty acids carbohydrates into fiber and glucose right so what happens is that now your body has to make enzymes to build back up these small particles into new tissue so let’s say you ate I know you ate something like this right well this is going to be turning into something in your body it’s going to actually enzymes have to break it down and then help replace some body tissue so what happens at the cellular level you have this genetic blueprint it’s called the DNA which basically is in the instructions how to tell the little enzymes what to do okay so you have the center of the cell which has the blueprints of DNA and you also have a little copy machine inside the cell that’s called the RNA so if the DNA and the RNA so a copy is made it’s translated it’s interpreted and it’s shifted over into little mini factories inside the cell one is called the ribosomes which is a little machine that makes protein okay it turns amino acid into protein but it needs instructions and enzymes are involved in these translation transport and there’s a second step enzymes actually are a second like a proofreader you have a proofreader you have a copy machine you have blueprints and you have a proofreader inside you cell so these enzymes scan all this code looking for errors in the genetic code isn’t it amazing so therefore you’re ending up with a perfect duplicate of what was originally intended to for it to create the accuracy rate of this proofreading mechanism is like one in a hundred million like the errors are less than one in a hundred million and if there is a mistake the enzymes will correct it it slices out a section and replaces it it’s just fascinating so and then all these amino acids that are broken down are sent into the factory to start making body tissues okay and it does it with amino acids and fat and and and all these processes need certain Co factors or coenzymes to make it all work and that would be why we need vitamins like the B vitamins the fats I will buy does vitamin A vitamin D the trace minerals minerals in general all those are needed with the use of enzymes to get the job done and these chemical reactions so enzymes also speed up the chemical reactions if you didn’t have enzymes it could take literally millions of years for things to get done with certain types of enzymes and certain chemical reactions in the body you can get things done that should normally would take a million years in two milliseconds so they speed up the reactions of things okay enzymes can recycle itself and that’s what’s fascinating they actually don’t get used up in the chemical reaction it’s just amazing they actually get recycled they’re very efficient little guys drugs and poisons are enzyme inhibitors that’s how most drugs work they inhibit enzymes and body so they block the enzyme reaction enzymes are triggered by pH changes so there’s a real strong protein enzyme in your stomach that has activated once your pH gets between 1 and 3 which is very very battery acid it’s really strong and then that enzyme for approaching kicks in there it gets released and you can start breaking down protein so if your stomach is not strong enough especially as you age you don’t have the acid you’re not going to release that protein enzyme therefore you’re not going to digest protein that well it’s going to end up you’re going to get a gas in undigested protein and constipation and bloating and just by this fact that the pH is incorrect that’s why it’s important to have the different parts of your body the correct pH whether it’s in the blood or it’s in the gut if there’s all these different PHS so that’s one of the purposes of having the correct pH is that it activates enzymes hormones can activate enzymes too there’s an enzyme that burns fat called hormone sensitive lipase okay and that’s activated by the lack of insulin so when you don’t have enough insulin or you have normal insulin not too high that enzyme kicks in there and starts burning fat for you so then you have enzymes it’ll trigger by temperature so if you take for example canned food what they do is they pasteurize it same thing they do with orange juice and a lot of foods so it can sit on the shelf light because if you have other food it goes bad quickly because enzymes anytime you cook food you can help it last longer on the shelf right but the problem is when you consume too many cook foods over a long period of time you can deplete your enzyme reserves and end up with a lot of degenerative disorders okay so but some of these enzymes can survive very very high heat there are enzymes produced by microbes that can withstand the heat of lava I mean that’s just amazing to me so so temperatures can definitely affect certain enzymes we already talked about vitamins and minerals and cofactors but what I wanted to mention to you is that each vitamin complex in nature that comes with its own enzyme like vitamin C complex it has ascorbic acid it has vitamin P which is bioflavonoids it has vitamin J which is the anti pneumonia vitamin it has vitamin K which is for clotting but it also has a an enzyme called tyrosinase which basically is made is is made with a with a mineral trace mineral called copper so it’s a it’s an enzyme form of copper that’s used in the production of collagen okay so that’s why vitamin c is good for collagen and the adrenal glands store vitamin c so enzymes are involved in a lot of different things C vitamins wouldn’t even work if you didn’t have enzymes and enzymes wouldn’t work if you didn’t have minerals so you really need the whole package so when we get into nutrition really we need plant base minerals we don’t want to take like minerals from the earth like in soil like calcium carbonate a lot of the minerals and synthetic vitamins are just like dead but if you have plant base minerals and trace minerals and vitamins you do much more functional and when we get into synthetic vitamins they’re not very functional because they don’t have enzymes okay so enzymes are the magical worker that makes everything work thanks for watching hey guys thank you so much for watching please click the subscribe button and I will see you in the next video

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