Enzyme Expert Tom Bohager's Latest Book Hits Retailers Nationwide

"Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes" Now Available

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (Feb. 4, 2008) -- A growing interest in enzymes and their vital health benefits sets the tone for enzyme expert Tom Bohager's latest book, "Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes."

Available now from Greenleaf Book Group, "Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes" provides a quick-action guide to incorporating enzymes — found naturally in raw foods — for everything from improving digestion and strengthening the immune system to restoring energy levels, slowing the aging process, and treating common maladies and health conditions. Bohager's conversational style provides concise ways readers can incorporate enzymes and all-natural enzyme supplements into their daily lives for a fast and effective path to better health.

"Enzymes are fascinating catalysts, facilitating virtually every metabolic action in the body. If you want to position enzymes on your side, then you need this book. It's well written and easy to get through — and it will make a great reference for consumers as well as all health professionals who are interested in or who recommend nutritional enzymes," said Freedom Press, the publishers of "The Doctor’s Prescription for Healthy Living."

"Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes" is Bohager's second book in less than two years, as his previous book, "Enzymes: What the Experts Know," was released in August 2006 and has proven to be a helpful resource covering the basics of enzyme therapy.

The new book can now be purchased online at www.amazon.com, www.bn.com and is available at bookstores nationwide.

Bohager has worked in the enzyme field for more than 10 years and founded Enzymedica, Inc., a manufacturer of indication-specific, enzyme-based products. He holds a bachelor of science in holistic nutrition.

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