These enzyme proteins also combine with other molecules inside of the cell, called substrates, which accelerate reactions that power metabolism.
Some enzymes, like digestive enzymes, help digest sugar. In some cases, enzymes need nutrients, such as vitamins or minerals, to do their work.
The smallest components of protein are amino acids. Nine of 21 aminos are considered essential. They can’t be produced by the body and so must come from diet.
Of course we also need carbohydrates for energy, minerals for body regulation, and both vitamins and minerals for metabolism.
Almased and Cellular Health
German holistic therapist Hubertus Trouillé made it his mission to develop a nutritious dietary supplement formula that would help jump-start metabolism.
Over 30 years of research later, the scientifically-proven Almased Diet has now helped hundreds of thousands of people get healthier.
In fact, every serving of Almased is brimming with 27 grams of high-quality protein and all of the essential amino acids, in addition to vitamins and minerals. Almased is made from non-GMO soy, yogurt, and enzyme-rich honey.