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Peyronie’s Disease

The “dark side” of tissue repair

  When scientists examine the most deadly, disabling maladies to which people succumb as they age—including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, kidney disorders and arthritis—similar underlying causes can be found: All of these conditions are characterized by insidious sclerosis and fibrosis that is caused by the over-secretion of growth factors. Tissue Repair Sclerosis is defined as a hardening of a bodily tissue or part (such as the coronary arteries, i.e., arteriosclerosis) or an increase of connective tissue...
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Enzyme

Enzymes / Tiny Substances / Huge Benefits

Over the past 50 years or so, science has been able to unlock the mystery of enzymes and has applied their knowledge to make better use of these amazing substances in an ever growing number of applications. One of the key benefits of enzymes is in the sphere of human health care. The human body and its trillion cells use and depend upon thousands of metabolic enzymes for their energy factor and to carry out...
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Enzymatic Detoxification

Neprinol and Enzymatic Detoxification

Neprinol AFD is the most potent systemic enzyme blend available. These enzymes use a lock and key mechanism to emulsify and release dead, dying and toxic materials from the body. When this process takes place, the only way to cleanse the body is to release this debris back into the bloodstream so that it may be processed by the liver and kidneys. It is then released through urination or a bowel movement. We refer to...
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Peyronie’s Disease

Using enzymes for Peyronie’s

Most conventional medical treatments for Peyronie’s involve highly invasive surgical procedures which generally have a very low success rate. Adding more scar tissue to the area by surgically attempting to correct the issue can actually worsen the symptoms if the procedure turns out to be unsuccessful. One such treatment with a low overall success rate recommended by doctors, involves a regimen of injections with a drug that is supposed to help breakdown the scar tissue over...
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Magnesium Deficiency

Magnesium and enzymes

It has been suggested that the ideal magnesium content of a healthy illness-free adult is somewhere between 300 and 500 mg. These quantities give a bare margin over the amounts lost daily in the urine, faeces and perspiration. Most therapeutic doses for magnesium are in the in 300 to 600 mg per day range. Other recommendations are that adults should take 6 mg daily for every kg of body weight; so for a person...
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Co-enzymes and Co-factors

The common and daily use of higher or optimum levels of essential nutrients, other than the Daily Recommended Doses is now accepted as normal and used to prevent and treat many health problems. The view once held by scientists and the medical profession that vitamins were only needed to prevent deficiency diseases such as scurvy is rather similar when it comes to enzymes – that they are not essential and that the body can...
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Systemic enzyme therapy

Enzymes, which are mostly very large protein molecules, can be of both animal and vegetable origin. In their own right each are extremely effective and experience shows that the best results are generally achieved with a combination of both types.Animal derived enzymes must be prepared in enteric coated (acid resistant) tablets to ensure that they pass intact through the stomach and are delivered into the small intestine, where the coating dissolves and the tablet...
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Biochemical processes and enzymes

Enzymes have often been referred to as the missing link to health. Even in the presence of sufficient amounts of vitamins and minerals (which act as coenzymes and cofactors) water and other nutrients, life as we know it could not exist without the action of enzymes. Enzymes are proteins that catalyze (i.e. accelerate) chemical reactions. Enzymes are present in every cell and are responsible for regulating virtually all of the biochemical processes carried out,...
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Enzymes and metabolic health

Enzymes act as catalysts in the body, enabling the release of energy and the operation of metabolic processes to occur at lightning speed. Unlike simple chemical catalysts, enzymes are consumed in the metabolic processes and must constantly be replaced; for this purpose the body requires an adequate supply of minerals, vitamins and amino acids with which to make them.Powered by carbon and hydrogen (from food), combining with the oxygen from the atmosphere, are the microscopic cells of the body,...
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Cholesterol and Triglycerides

Both cholesterol and triglycerides are natural in the body and the blood and are harmful only when their natural levels become elevated. Their functions are quite different. Triglycerides (fats) are a source of fuel energy and are stored in fat cells in the body being released as required into the bloodstream as free fatty acids. Cholesterol is a wax-like alcoholic substance which is soluble in certain body fats. It plays an important part in the body and in every body...
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