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    Can't post any where but dreamjournal

    by , 12-25-2012 at 02:43 PM (256 Views)
    can't post anywhere. I have been trying fore houres. looks like i can only post in my dream journal.

    Oh ... bugger it. It is less than 10% of the book so here is the interview:

    Page 17

    Question (Q1):

    What are enzymes?

    Dr. Edward Howell

    Enzymes are substances which make life possible. They are needed for every chemical reaction that occurs in our body. Without enzymes, no activity at all would take place. Neither vitamins, minerals or hormones can do any work without enzymes.

    Think of it this way: Enzymes are the "labor force that builds your body just like construction workers are the labor force that builds your house. You may have all the necessary building materials and lumber, but to build a house you need workers, which represent the vital life elements.

    Similarly, you may have all the nutrients - vitamina, proteins, minerals, etc., for your body, but you still need the enzymes - the life element - to keep the body alive and well.

    Q2:

    Are enzymes then just like chemical catalysys which speed up various reactions?

    Dr. Edward Howell:

    No. Enzymes are much more than catalysts.

    Catalysts are only inert substances. They possess none of the life energy we find in enzymes. For instance, enzymes give off a kind of radiation when they work. That is not true of catalysts. In addition, although enzymes contain proteins - and some vitamins - the activity factor of enzymes has never been synthesized.

    Moreover, there is no combination of proteins or any combination of amino acids or any other substance which will give enzyme activity. There are proteins present in enzymes. However, they serve only as carriers of the enzyme activity factors.

    Therefore, we can say that enzymes consist of protien carriers charged with energy factors just as a battery consists of metallic plates charged with electrical energy.

    page 18

    (Q3):

    Where do the enzymes in our bodies come from?

    Dr. Edward Howell:

    It seems we inherit a certain enzyme potential at birth.

    This limited supply of activity factors of life force must last us a lifetime. It's just as if you inherited a certain amount of money. If the movement is all one way - all spending and no income you will run out of money.

    Likewise, the faster you use up your supply of enzyme activity, the quicker you will run out. Experiments at various universities have shown that, regardless of the species, the faster the metabolic rate, the shorter the life-span.

    Other things being equal, you live as long as your body has enzyme activity factors to make enzymes from. When it gets to the point that you can't make certain enzymes, then your life ends.

    (Q4): later.

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