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What is Enzyme Therapy?

By Ari Weil Subscribe to RSS | July 27th 2012 | Views:

Enzyme Therapy is becoming increasingly popular. It involves the administration of enzymes into the body to treat disease, deficiencies and other conditions. Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts for every biochemical action that takes place in your body. They are needed to digest food, cleanse the blood, break down toxins, strengthen the immune system, reduce stress in the pancreas, and break down scar tissue.

Enzyme Therapy, also known as Systemic Enzyme Therapy, is used to combat a variety of disorders. Enzymes used in therapy can be divided into groups: Pancreatic enzymes used in therapy are derived from animal sources, and are used to promote healthy immune and digestive systems. Plant enzymes are sourced from foods, like pineapple and papaya, and work in the digestive system. There are also metabolic enzymes, that build new cells and repair damaged ones throughout the body.

Small changes in factors, such as pH, or temperature, can cause enzymes to be destroyed. Due to the thousands of important roles enzymes play in normal body activity, insufficient production can severely impact overall health. Their multiple roles in overall body function and preserving health, suggests a form of enzyme therapy may be beneficial for almost everybody.

An important aspect of enzyme therapy is its ability to detoxify the entire body. With the right ingredients, a good formula will “digest” excess fibrin, and remove it from the body. This material, called Fibrinogen, kills people. It builds up as plaque in the arteries, and causes blood clots to form. It is also the substance that scar tissue is made from. So, to build up the immune system, reduce inflammation, and clean the circulatory system, there is nothing like an all natural approach, as in enzyme therapy.

Recently, Scientists have discovered a formula that is all natural, and is so cutting-edge, that it is produced by only one nutritional company in the world. Lab tests, and clinical studies revealed exactly which ingredients, in what dosages, work the best. The formula, which has been released to the public, includes the following:

* Serrapeptase: Studies have shown that this substance will reduce formation of Fibrin, reduce inflammation, and prevent swelling and fluid retention.

* Bromelain: Plant based proteolytic enzyme found in the stem of the pineapple. Used to reduce swelling and pain, aid in digestion, break up and prevent the formation of blood clots and arterial plaque.

* Papain: Plant derived enzyme from the Papaya tree. Papain has been used to relieve pain and swelling, reduce fluid retention following trauma and surgery, as a digestive aid, to help relieve skin irritations, treat wounds and sores, and help relieve shingles symptoms.

* Amylase: Used in diabetic ketoacidosis, chronic pancreatitis, kidney failure, and more.

* Protease: Helps aid digestion, ease arthritis symptoms, improve blood circulation, and more.

* Lipase: Digests fat, helps regulate pancreatic enzyme levels, and boosts immune function.

* Rutin: A flavonoid used to strengthen capillary blood vessels and connective tissue.

* Amla: Derived from the Indian gooseberry, is widely recognized as the richest and most concentrated source of Vitamin C in the world. Amla is considered to have restorative properties for high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, memory and blood sugar control.

Ari Weil - About Author:
The article about Enzyme Therapy is written by the nutrition specialist Robert Nisenfeld who contributes articles on natural remedies for arthritisinfo

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