Protease™ Enzyme Therapy - For The Digestion Of Essential Proteins
Protease™ Enzyme May Help Support:
- A Healthy Digestion
- A Healthy Circulatory System
- Energy And Balance
- A Healthy Immune System
- As Part Of Your Daily Nutritional Regime
The Answer is Protease™ Enzyme Therapy
PROTEASE is responsible for digesting proteins in your food, which is probably one of the most difficult substances to metabolize. Because of this, protease is considered to be one of the most important enzymes that we have. If the digestive process is incomplete, undigested protein can wind up in your circulatory system, as well as in other parts of your body.
Protease is often advised by naturopathic practitioners in higher quantities, with the aim of helping to remove unwanted proteins from your circulatory system. A cleaner circulatory system will result in better blood flow, and help to restore your energy and balance.
One of the tricks of an invading organism is to wrap itself in a large protein shell that the body would view as being "normal". Protease is thought to help remove this protein shell, and allow the body's defense mechanisms to go into action. With the protective barrier down, your immune system can step in and destroy the invading organism.
Additional amounts of protease may also helpful in fighting such things as colds, flu's.
Protease is thought to help in general healing and recovery by dissolving fibrin and giving your immune system a chance to do its job.
Why is Protease™ Enzyme Therapy right for me?
Proteolytic enzymes are very important in digestion as they breakdown the protein foods to liberate the amino acids needed by the body. Additionally, proteolytic enzymes have been used for a long time in various forms of therapy. Their use in medicine is gaining more and more attention as several clinical studies are indicating their benefits in oncology, inflammatory conditions, blood rheology control, and immune regulation.
Protease should be taken on an empty stomach to maximise its ability to breakdown protein-based invaders in the bloodstream. If Protease is taken with food in the stomach, it will begin to work on digesting that food instead of going directly into the bloodstream.
However, if meat is a part of your meal, Protease may be taken with Digestive Enzyme for that meal, to help breakdown the protein in the stomach.
Parasites, fungal forms, and bacteria are protein-based organisms that may be dissolved by Protease. Viruses have a protein-based film covering the nucleic acids inside. Cellular debris, undigested protein, and toxins are in the blood of these undesirable elements.
Protease taken between meals may be beneficial in cases of infection, fever, inflammation, lowered immune response, hypolycemia, PMS, osteoporosis, candida, acne, cold, flu, and acute traumatic injuries. Protease may be taken by children, simply open the capsules and mix the powder with liquid.
Protease™ Enzyme May Promote:
- Healthy digestion
- Healthy circulation
- Energy and balance
- Healthy immune system
- As part of your daily diet
Indications you might benefit from Protease™ Enzyme Therapy include:
Candidiasis, Constipation, Diarrhea, Fungal forms, Yeast Infections, Gingivitis, Gum disorders, Hepitisis, Toxicity of the blood, Hormonal imbalance, Hypo/Hyperglycaemia, Kidney stress, Infections, Parasites, Skin eruptions, viruses, weakened immunity, water retention, gout, and/or canker sores.
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