Systemic enzymes eliminate pain, fibroids and boost immunity

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Enzymes and Immunity News(NaturalHealth365) The human body uses enzymes to carry out virtually every metabolic function. While supplemental enzymes play an important role in optimizing digestion – taking enzymes outside of meal times has a powerful effect on the body’s immune response. Using a wide array of different enzymes can provide a full-body anti-inflammatory effect that benefits several different systems in the body.

Enzymes are biocatalysts that are used to carry out and speed up the process of chemical reactions in the body. We have around 3000 unique enzymes in our bodies that are involved in over 7000 enzymatic reactions. We also consume enzymes when we eat raw, sprouted and fermented fruits and vegetables.

How the human body reacts to chronic stress or injury

When the body is injured or under chronic stress the immune system initiates a protein chain called ‘Circulating Immune Complex’ (CIC) that causes pain, redness and swelling in a particular region. This is a beneficial process and early on is a necessary part of healing. However, inflammation is self-perpetuating and creates further insult and irritation to the region. Unless there is modulation of the CIC response the inflammation can dominate and overwhelm the region of the body creating painful and degenerative conditions.

Non-steriodal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’s) work by blocking CIC activity in the body. This affects all CIC’s including those used to maintain the lining of the stomach, intestine, liver and kidneys. This is why long-term NSAID usage causes liver and kidney toxicity, stomach ulcers and leaky gut syndrome.

Every year, 20,000 Americans die from the over counter use of these drugs and another 100,000 end up in the hospital with liver and kidney damage and intestinal bleeding from NSAID usage.

Systemic enzymes work to modulate or coordinate the activity of CIC’s and have no major adverse reactions. They work as a lock and key mechanism and have an affinity for pro-inflammatory cytokines such as ‘Tumor Necrosis Factor’ (TNF) and ‘C Reactive Protein’ (CRP).

Can systemic enzymes actually help us prevent disease?

Systemic enzymes help to destroy foreign proteins which include viruses, bacteria, yeasts and other parasites. They also help to destroy abnormal cells such as cancer cells. In addition, they will destroy excessive antibodies that the body is producing such as in cases of autoimmune diseases.

Do systemic enzymes create ‘anti-fibrolytic’ activity?

Yes! Fibrosis is scar tissue that the body produces in the repair process of cuts and wounds on the outer and inner surfaces of our body. When we have optimal enzyme stores – the enzymes are used to clean up fibrolytic tissue in the body. However, when our enzyme stores are being depleted due to chronic stress and inflammatory activity the fibrolytic tissue builds up.

When the body has an abundance of fibrolytic tissue build up we end up with things like fibrocystic breast disease, uterine fibroids, endometrosis and arteriol sclerosis. Systemic enzymes eat fibrolytic tissue and prevent the fibrosis of our organs and tissues. They have a remarkable ability to not only prevent all of the above conditions but also to eat up old scar tissue. This includes surgical wounds, pulmonary fibrosis, kidney fibrosis and even old keloid plaques.

How do systemic enzymes help to clean up the blood?

Chronically inflamed individuals often times end up with very thick blood that is loaded with fibrin that can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Doctors often prescribe aspirin and in more extreme cases powerful pharmaceuticals like Coumadin, Heparin and Plavix. And, of course, these drugs have very dangerous side effects.

Systemic enzymes are able to clear up excess thickening agents such as fibrin from the bloodstream and naturally thin the blood. They also break down dead material including dead blood cells, pathogens, toxic debris and immune agents that have been left in circulation. This helps cleanse and detoxify the bloodstream and enhances circulation and cellular oxygenation.

If you’re concerned about your health condition and want to use systemic enzymes (properly) – find a doctor with experience, in this area, to guide you in the right direction.

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About the author: Dr. David Jockers owns and operates Exodus Health Center in Kennesaw, Ga. He is a Maximized Living doctor. His expertise is in weight loss, customized nutrition & exercise, & structural corrective chiropractic care. For more information – visit: Dr. Jockers is also available for long distance phone consultations to help you beat disease and reach your health goals.


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  • Star

    Most doctors do not know about systematic enzymes and it’s almost impossible to find one who does. Any other suggestions? Where can you get them? What are the names of some of them?

    • Claudia

      You would need to see a naturopathic physician or someone similar. I have had good results with Vitalzym and Wobenzyme, and there are other companies that make them as well.

  • cb

    Call a naturopathic doc that has gone to a 4 yr me d school, not a mail order doc

  • Dtor

    I think they are referring to proteolytic enzymes.

    • Melissa

      Yes, they are. Serrapeptase is one that is well researched. Also Wobenzyme as mentioned in another post. Take between meals. Begin with 1 – 2 a day, and then take up to 8 or 10 a day (achieve tolerance over several weeks) and Serrapeptase should clear the arteries within 4 months. Google for more information.

  • Claudia

    I’d like to know if anyone has used them for treatment of atrial stenosis. My 80 year old mother has atrial stenosis and does not wish to have heart valve replacement surgery. Her allopathic physician of course knew nothing of systemic enzymes, but knowing what their action is, I thought they would be worth a try.

  • Stewart Mitchell

    A biological weapon on toilette paper would be consistent with NAZI philosophy