Enzyme Nutrition Therapy

Enzyme Nutrition Therapy - USM

Enzyme nutrition is a cutting-edge science that is quickly gaining popularity worldwide. The primary goal of this therapy is to restore and enhance your overall health by improving the digestive system function, including the absorption of essential nutrients from food.

With our revolutionary food enzyme program, we are able to help people with chemical problems that cause chronic stomach conditions, such as heartburn, acid reflux, irritable bowel, constipation, diarrhea, and weight problems. It also helps with symptoms from arthritis, improper digestion, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, high cholesterol, blood sugar imbalances, skin conditions (acne, boils, eczema, psoriasis), and sleep problems.

Fill out the form below to book an appointment or call us to learn if enzyme nutrition therapy is right for you.

What Are Enzymes?

Enzymes are present in all living animal and plant cells. Enzymes are the primary motivators of all-natural biochemical processes. Life cannot exist without enzymes because they are essential components of every chemical reaction in the body.

Along with vitamins and minerals, enzymes are found in food in its natural state. All raw food contains the proper types and proportions of enzymes necessary to digest itself. This occurs in our digestive system when the food is eaten or in nature as raw food ripens. The type (protein, sugar, starch, fat) and amount (caloric value) of the major components present in the food determine the type and amount of the various enzymes found in it. For example, olives and avocados are higher in fat and lipase, while potatoes are higher in carbohydrate and amylase.

Protein, carbohydrates, fat, and fiber are building blocks, but they do not possess the energy (capacity to do work) necessary for biochemical reactions. Only food enzymes can furnish this energy. Chewing ruptures the cell membrane and releases the food enzymes when raw food is eaten.

Benefits of Enzyme Nutrition Therapy

By supplementing with natural digestive enzymes, you can decrease the amount of energy your body spends on digestion. This will allow your body to burn more calories, improve immune function, increase energy, and improve sleep. Our system is the ONLY technique that combines test results with precise enzyme formulas. Over 50 different formulas were designed to nourish specific organs, systems, and/ or glands.

In addition to using the most advanced enzyme therapy techniques, our clinics are staffed with experienced, knowledgeable health care professionals with advanced degrees in health-related fields. This allows us to customize specific enzyme formulas for each client’s individual needs, ensuring the best possible results and your safety with every session.

How Does Enzyme Nutrition Therapy Work?

Enzyme nutrition therapy is a holistic approach to health that focuses on the role that enzymes play in our bodies. As we mentioned above, enzymes are responsible for facilitating all of the biochemical reactions that occur within our cells, from breaking down food and nutrients to supporting immune function and maintaining normal metabolic processes.

The goal of enzyme nutrition therapy is to increase the number of enzymes available in the body so that these processes can run more efficiently. Enzyme nutrition therapy involves intravenous (IV) infusions of special blends of enzymes, vitamins, and minerals. These blends are designed to help the body detoxify, reduce inflammation, and improve overall cellular function. Enzyme nutrition therapy is also a powerful tool that can be used to support a wide variety of health conditions.

Why Is Enzyme Nutrition Therapy Right for You?

Everyone agrees that proper nutrition is crucial to maintaining a healthy body; however, most healthcare practitioners overlook the actual cause of many nutritional disorders. It is assumed, quite mistakenly, that food digestion occurs automatically, and the correction of a nutritional disorder simply requires matching the right nutritional supplement to the condition. (i.e., vitamin C for colds, vitamin A for viruses, and herbal laxatives for constipation.) While this treatment may relieve patients’ symptoms, the relief is only temporary because the underlying problem of faulty digestion is ignored.

Healthcare practitioners who want to effectively manage health problems related to nutritional imbalances must consider each person’s ability to digest food. Unfortunately, most clinicians give little thought to the role of digestive enzymes, despite overwhelming evidence of their importance.

Our Process

If you’re experiencing fatigue, low energy levels, or trouble sleeping, enzyme nutrition therapy may be right for you. When working with us, your journey begins the moment you set up an appointment. We will set up a series of tests to evaluate your body’s unique needs before providing any treatment. We will then analyze your test results and recommend appropriate solutions based on your unique health goals. Our therapists can design an effective treatment plan tailored specifically for you. Whether you’re looking for relief from a specific condition or simply want to improve your overall health, our enzyme nutrition therapy process can help you achieve your goals.

Our goal is to improve your health by providing a friendly, welcoming environment with every visit. Our team of specialists is highly dedicated to each of our patients, and they will assist you in achieving your individual goals. When you visit one of our clinics for enzyme therapy, you can rest assured that you are putting your health in experienced, caring hands.

Talk to Our Doctors

Let us find the proper enzyme formulation for your body and help eliminate those chronic issues affecting your health, productivity, and quality of life. If you are interested in trying enzyme nutrition therapy or just want to learn more about enzymes and our services, fill out the form on this page or call us and get in touch with one of our specialists.
So, why hesitate? Contact us today to get the natural help you need for better health, fitness, and overall wellness.

PHYSICAL THERAPY FAQS

Physical therapy consists of different treatments designed to enhance the soft tissues, build muscle strength, and reduce pain. Physical therapy is commonly recommended for neck pain, back pain, sports injuries, and injuries resulting from car accidents.

Insurance companies are not required to cover physical therapy. However, many plans do offer coverage for treatment at specific facilities like ours. If you're looking into our Miami physical therapy clinic and have insurance questions, feel free to ask an expert during your consultation appointment with us.

The number of physical therapy sessions you need will depend on your injury and the severity of it. We will work with you to help determine a treatment plan that is right for you so that you can get back to optimal health as soon as possible.

After you finish your physical therapy sessions, we will likely provide you with post-therapy recommendations such as exercises to do at home and in the gym. We know that sometimes it can be difficult for our patients to schedule a second appointment with us after completing their treatment plan, so we want to ensure you are well equipped with all of the necessary knowledge before going back to your normal routine.

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  • Adhesive Capsulitis/Frozen Shoulder
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  • AC Joint Separation
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