Systemic Enzymes for scar tissue, inflammation and endometriosis
Let’s talk about enzymes. When you think of enzymes, you most likely think of the digestive enzymes that you take before a meal to help your body breakdown fats, carbohydrates and proteins. But did you know that enzymes play a vital role in our bodies that goes far beyond just helping us to digest food?
Enzymes are the sparks of life. In fact, without them life could not exist. That’s because enzymes are the necessary catalysts for all chemical reactions in the body. Every cell in the human body uses enzymes for building, maintenance and repair. These enzymes, which help with a wide variety of processes in the body, are known as systematic enzymes.
It has been estimated that the human body contains at least 50,000 different enzymes which are responsible for the countless biochemical reactions that control all bodily functions. Our bodies naturally produce digestive and systematic enzymes, but with age the production slows down and can even stop.
Supplementing with systemic enzymes can help maintain normal enzyme levels, balance the body’s own repair mechanisms and improve overall health and wellbeing.
Vitalzym xe is a unique blend of powerful systemic enzymes designed to assist the body’s normal metabolic process.
Some of the benefits of Vitalzym xe include:
Reduction of Inflammation
Reduction in Scar Tissue
Reduction of Fibrosis conditions such as Endometriosis and Fibroids
Improves Blood Circulation
Cleanses the Blood of Cellular Waste and Toxins
Regulates the Metabolism
Maintains a Healthy Immune System
When it comes to inflammation, enzymes are the body’s first line of defense. Inflammation arises when the immune system senses irritation. It reacts by creating a protein chain called Circulating Immune Complex (CIC). The CIC is sent to the injured area, causing pain, redness and swelling, which warns us that a part of our body has been injured and needs attention. This is helpful initially, but inflammation itself can cause the body to make more CIC’s, which in turn creates more inflammation.
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, such as aspirin and Ibuprofen, work by stopping the body from making all CIC’s. This is problematic as some CIC’s are essential to life. Systematic enzymes are beneficial because they only eat the bad CIC’s, reducing pain and inflammation and leaving the beneficial ones untouched. Not to mention, they don’t cause the nasty side effects that NSAID’s do.
In fact, one study found that injecting the enzymes chymotrypsin, trypsin and serratiopeptidase into rats reduced inflammation more than aspirin.
Endometriosis, Fibroids and Scar Tissue
Enzymes eat scar tissue and fibrosis (which is also scar tissue). When we are young, wounds heal quickly. But as we age, and enzyme production lessens, wounds heal slower and with thicker, more visible scars.
By supplementing with enzymes, we can reduce the amount of scar tissue and fibrin our bodies produce. Fibrin is an insoluble protein the body produces in response to bleeding and inflammation. Excess fibrin in the body can lead to fibrosis conditions such as fibrocystic breasts, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, cystic fibrosis. These conditions can all be improved by just replenishing enzymes.
In fact, doctors in the US are now just discovering that even old scar tissue can be eaten away by enzymes, years later. This is something physicians in Europe and Asia have known for over 40 years, as they have been using enzymes to treat surgical wounds, fibrosis, keloids and various other conditions.
Vitalzyme xe contains the following enzymes:
Bromelain- breaks down protein, reduces inflammation and supports immune function
Amylase- breaks down carbohydrates
Lipase- breaks down fat
Rutin- helps strengthen capillaries and connective tissue and reduces inflammation
Protease- accelerates healing and reduces inflammation
Papain- breaks down proteins and aids in the removal of dead cells
Serrapeptase- aids in the removal of dead tissue, blood clots and cysts
***THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR REGULATED BY THE FDA. WE ARE NOT DOCTORS, THEREFORE ALWAYS CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR FIRST