Commitment to Enzymes and Good Health

Young Living Essential Oil distributors
Gary wants all Young Living distributors, including those in their ’60s and beyond, to enjoy a zestful, healthy life.

Aging is not a requirement for diminished hormones. The higher the level of hormones you can maintain, the greater longevity you will have, the greater flexibility you will have in your joints and muscles, the greater strength you will have, and the more elasticity you will have in your ligaments; then when you are 60 plus years old, you will be able to do the things you did when you were 30 years old.

So how does that happen? It’s called discipline. It’s called commitment—to a purpose, the purpose of your eating habits and what you supplement with. All of those will determine whether you can do that or not.

The upper stomach is alkaline, with a pH of 6.5–7, and food remains there for one hour and then enters the lower stomach, which is acid, with a pH of 2.5–5. This is really critical in helping to maintain good pH. What helps to maintain a proper pH in the stomach? Two things are really, really critical: Enzymes, No. 1, and probiotics, intestinal flora, No. 2.

So you have to have intestinal flora and enzymes to maintain a good pH range in the gut. If you don’t, what is the end result of not having good pH? Burping, gas, excessive acid, headache, stomach ache—all those wonderful things that we sometimes experience.

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  1. Mr. Young, I am intrigued with your product, however, being a medical professional, I have some questions. How can I see the data from your studies? I would be interested in reading your papers/books and investigating this from a medical/scientific point of view. I am a wound care nurse, also I am very passionate about teaching nutrition to my patients. And, actually, it was a new patient that suggested I look into your products. My parents run a small herb shop and offer a few therapeutic health alternatives. I believe I can safely say that they may be interested as well, but would expect me to have studied the empirically gathered data before making a recommendation. Your reply would be much appreciated.

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