Tag - systemic enzymes

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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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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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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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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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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Digestive Enzyme Supplements Explained

Understanding enzymes and the role they play in the human body can be quite difficult, especially when all the information available out there is communicated from a scientific perspective. We’ve attempted to take the crucial information on this subject and put it into layman’s terms.When it comes to enzyme supplements, how close are they to the real thing? In this article we look at the following:Where are the contents that make up these supplements...
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