At What Temperature Do Food Enzymes Die?

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Today, we know we can dry food at temperatures that far exceed 105 degrees. In fact, I have personally dehydrated seeds, grains and nuts that I had soaked for several hours and dehydrated them for 4 hours at 120 degrees and then re-soaked them. I was able to sprout all of them, even though they were dried above 105 degrees.

Author: Robert Morgan, Certified Naturopath

Robert Morgan - "Bobby" is the past Health Education Director at CHI. A certified Naturopath, Iridologist, Energy Practitioner, Colonic Therapist, Master Raw Live Food, Chef, Author, International Lecturer, Teacher, and Cancer "Survivor". Dr. Bobby is dedicated to continuing to carry out the work of Creative Health Institute, the vision of Dr. Ann Wigmore, and all of the souls who have dedicated their lives to unconditional love, kindness, peace, and natural health.

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