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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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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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Neprinol AFD and lung disease

With Neprinol AFD there is new hope for pulmonary fibrosis and interstitial lung diseases sufferers.  A new fibrinolytic enzyme product dissolves scar tissue in the same manner as our digestive enzymes dissolves our food.  There are more than 100 different diseases that are caused by the buildup of scar tissue in the lungs. Of these numerous interstitial lung diseases (ILDs), the most common is pulmonary fibrosis. Pulmonary fibrosis begins when microscopic damage to the...
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Enzymes & their Benefits

Enzymes – Tiny Substances – Huge BenefitsOver 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...
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Syntol AMD & Candidiasis

Candidiasis, also known as yeast overgrowth or yeast infection, is a growing problem. At least 80 million people are estimated to suffer from the health symptoms of yeast overgrowth. However, potentially millions more have the condition without realizing it. Many of those suffering from yeast overgrowth turn to probiotics to naturally relieve their symptoms. But, there is a more powerful solution. Syntol AMD combines the beneficial properties of probiotics, prebiotics and enzymes to not only...
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Syntol AMD – Cold and Flu Defence

The cold, dreary days of winter take a toll on our health. It is not the cold itself that makes you sick, though; it is the bacteria and viruses that you get from your friends, family, pets and environment. And with the record-breaking low temperatures and historic snowfalls this year pushing more and more of us inside for longer periods of time, you are literally trapped in a small space with bacteria and viruses....
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The Benefits Of Neprofin AVF For Performance Horses And Household Pets

Neprofin Advanced Veterinary Formula (AVF) is a non-toxic, completely natural blend of powerful bioflavanoids, enzymes and antioxidants that can help to heal tissue and muscle soreness, repair joints, aid movement, and heal the pain that is caused by arthritis. This compound has been used to speed up recovery and eliminate general lameness in performance horses. Neprofin AVF can also be used to decrease inflammation and it can accelerate healing and recovery in small pets. You can add it directly...
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Premature Greying

We immediately associate going grey with getting older or being old. Why do we do this? According to most studies, on average, men start greying by the age of 30, and woman at the age of 35. This means that for over half your life, you’ll most likely be grey. Most people who start greying at an early age tend to dye it for the fear of coming across less attractive, different, or old....
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How to Maintain a Healthy Digestive System

70% of our immune system resides within our digestive tract, also known as our gut wall.  The process of digestion turns the food we eat into tiny water-soluble molecules so that the watery blood plasma can absorb said molecules, in turn, providing us with the necessary nutrients that nourish and energise the body.  So, it’s not hard to understand why maintaining a healthy digestive system is imperative to our overall well-being and health.Furthermore, these...
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