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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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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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Angina and Neprinol AFD

Angina pectoris is pain in the chest, usually caused by an inadequate supply of oxygen to the tissues of the heart. It is actually a symptom, not a disease, and is an indication of atherosclerosis in the heart’s coronary arteries, or a sign of a possible impending heart attack. Angina can occur when there is an increased demand for blood by the heart muscle, but the coronary arteries are unable to adequately supply that...
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Scratching The Psoriasis Itch

What is psoriasis?Firstly, Psoriasis is non-contagious. It is a chronic skin condition that produces plaques of thickened, scaling skin. The dry flakes of skin scales are a result of the skin cells overproducing at a rapid pace. The increase of skin cells is triggered by inflammatory chemicals that are produced by white blood cells called lymphocytes. The most common skin areas that are affected by psoriasis are the elbows, knees, and scalp.The fungal disease can range from...
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