RIPE PU'ER TEA is enzyme tea is just a gimmick? Expert decryption: it is true that it is beneficial to the human body

Enzyme, once a smash hit in the health care product market, dominates the circle of friends. A voice of opposition, CCTV exposed the "enzyme scam" of some merchants, and everyone said that "enzymes are enzymes" and "buying enzymes is paying an 'IQ tax'"...So, do enzymes work? We, as consumers, have been dazed.
According to Gao Linrui, Director of Yunnan Pu'er Tea Fermentation Engineering Center and General Manager of Dayi Microbial Technology Co., Ltd., put forward a new point of view in the article "Pu'er Ripe Tea is Essentially a Tea Enzyme | New Understanding of the Value of Pu'er Ripe Tea" published in a professional authoritative magazine : Ripe Puer tea is essentially an enzyme.
To this end, Yixinjun specially interviewed Chen Dandan and Xie Jilin, tea enzyme experts and tea natural product research engineers of Yunnan Dayi Microbial Technology Co., Ltd. They explained it to everyone in a simple way-what exactly is an enzyme? What is the relationship between enzymes and enzymes? What is the unique nutritional value of Puer tea enzyme?
Enzyme industry standards have been approved, and enzyme products have "standards" to follow
What are enzymes? Looking up the information, there are various opinions on the Internet about the definition of edible enzymes, and they can be summed up in two ways: another name for enzymes, and fermented products of fruits and vegetables.

Chen Dandan introduced that in fact, there are already industry standards for enzymes. The two industry standards "Plant Enzymes" and "Guidelines for the Classification of Enzyme Products" were approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in December 2018 and will be implemented on July 1, 2019. The standards Enzyme is defined as a product containing specific biologically active ingredients obtained from animals, plants, fungi, etc., through microbial fermentation.

From this definition, Ripe Pu'er  tea is essentially a plant enzyme tea.

As we all know, Ripe Pu'er tea is made from plants (Yunnan big-leaf sun-dried green tea) and fermented by microorganisms in a specific natural environment (stable and unique microbial communities formed by Pu'er tea fermentation ponds for many years) containing specific Edible products of biologically active ingredients.
Puer tea raw material sun-dried green tea is rolled to cause tea juice to overflow and adhere to the surface of the tea bar, which is convenient for the settling of environmental microorganisms and provides a material basis for the later aging changes of tea. In the later period, heap fermentation further enriched a large number of microorganisms and formed a unique fermentation flora.
Enzyme ≠ enzyme, it is true that it is beneficial to the human body
Chen Dandan and Xie Jilin have repeatedly emphasized that enzymes are not equal to enzymes, which has long been concluded in academia and industry.
Xie Jilin introduced that enzymes are catalytic organic substances produced by living cells, and most of their components are composed of proteins. It is the prerequisite for the operation of all living things and provides power for life activities. If a certain enzyme is lacking, it will be targeted by a certain disease.
There are thousands of enzymes in the human body, and different enzymes have different functions. For example, enzymes are needed to metabolize alcohol after drinking, otherwise alcohol poisoning will occur.
Enzymes dominate the health of the human body and have extremely high health care and nutritional value, but with age, the power of cells to secrete enzymes will also weaken. Can you supplement enzymes by drinking enzymes?
Xie Jilin explained that due to the relationship between the fermentation conditions and the strains used in the enzyme, even if there are enzymes useful to the human body, the content will not be much. The reason why enzymes have certain functions is mainly due to the active ingredients it contains, such as functional active substances, prebiotics, bacterial proteins, etc. These active ingredients are used by the digestive tract or intestinal microorganisms in the body, and will directly or indirectly affect the human body. have a beneficial effect.
To sum up, drinking enzymes is not to supplement enzymes, but to supplement active ingredients that are beneficial to the human body.
Scientifically understand the value of enzymes, and the research on Puer tea enzymes continues to deepen
In fact, our ancestors knew about using yeast amylase to make wine more than 4,000 years ago. Fermented food has always been an important part of our country's folk food culture.
Regarding the role of enzymes, Chen Dandan also made a clear explanation: "Edible enzymes can supplement nutrients for the human body, and some of the ingredients contained in them have functions such as regulating intestinal flora and anti-oxidation."
As the leader unit of the tea enzyme group standard drafting group of the Enzyme Branch of the China Bio-fermentation Industry Association, TAETEA has cooperated with the School of Pharmacy of Wuhan University, the Institute of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, and the School of Medicine of Henan University of Science and Technology to develop Pu-erh tea enzymes. In-depth research, including tea active ingredients and formula active function research.
Years of in-depth research by Yunnan Dayi Microbial Technology Co., Ltd. (formerly Dayi Microbial R&D Center) found that Pu'er tea is rich in polyphenols and has many types, and the polyphenols contained in Pu'er tea are not found in other fruits and vegetables. Such as theanine, fermented polyphenols, Pu-erh tea element 401 series compounds, Teadenols, specific derivatives of gallic acid.
In Chen Dandan's words, the material composition determines the nutritional and functional value, and the nutritional value of a certain enzyme depends on the nutritional content of the material itself. It is precisely because of these specific substances contained in Pu'er tea that it has the functions of anti-oxidation, maintaining blood sugar and blood lipid balance, etc.
Therefore, in layman's terms, we say that drinking more Pu'er tea can help delay aging, reduce fat and lose weight.


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