Healing effect of Ginger
Ginger has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb. It soothes digestive system by eliminating excessive gas.
Its anti-inflammatory component, Gingerol, is renowned for alleviating pain and arthritis. It is also commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting associated with mild pregnancy sickness.
Enzyme is a catalyst in our bodies to support various functions of your body metabolism.
As the production of enzymes in our bodies decreases with age, introducing digestive enzymes from fruits and vegetables through our diet
can boost your body metabolism.
An enhanced metabolism can
I) Facilitate weight loss through better digestion;
II) Anti-aging through reducing oxidative stress;
III) Deliver better health through improving your immune system.
Goodness with Nuts and Seeds
Nuts and Seeds are excellent source of protein, dietary fibre, good fats and vitamins and minerals. A handful of nuts can give the same amount of protein that you get from a hard boiled egg, and just a tablespoon of flaxseed provides you triple the amount of omega-3 fatty acids compared to a typical serving of your salmon.
Food for Skin
Enzyme extract, when introduced to skin care formula, can enhance the efficacy of the product.
One important role of enzyme is to break down complex ingredient into simpler digestible compound which aids skin absorption to deliver natural, glowing skin for you.