Definitions for "Enzymes"
Proteins that trigger activity in the cells of the body. An enzyme is not affected by the activity that it sets off.
Proteins that help make and increase certain chemical processes in the body, like the breaking down of foods in digestion. Because people with CF have mucus that often blocks the passageways through which digestive enzymes from the pancreas flow, they may need enzyme replacements to digest food.
Complex organic compounds which are catalysts.
Keywords:  oily, spa, formulations, gooey, hasten
break down oily, gooey substances and convert them to water and carbon dioxide.
organic agents that hasten the natural breakdown (digestion) or decomposition of oily wastes and organic residues in pools and spas.
Used in swimming pool formulations designed to break down and digest oils in a pool or spa similar to the way enzymes are used in oil spill clean-up efforts.
A naturally occurring non-acid alternative that gently exfoliates the dead outer layer of skin and allows deep penetration of key ingredients to the target cells for fresher and more youthful skin.
exfoliants derived from papaya, pineapple, or papain (a papaya derivative) that can help even out the skin's color and tone.
Enhances the coagulation of milk, along with rennet.
Keywords:  activists, verbs, cellular, sub, world
Verbs and activists in the sub-cellular world.
Substances in the mouth, stomach and small intestine that cause the breakdown of food. Enzymes can also irritate the skin if stool, which contains enzymes, remains on the skin.
most commonly refers to cardiac enzymes, which are measurements of different enzymes in the blood which can help determine whether or not someone has had a heart attack.
Keywords:  kills, bacteria, mouth, your
kills bacteria in your mouth.