Viruses harm us by reproducing in our bodies. A virus must bond itself to the DNA in our cells through the exterior protein walls. If the cell wall is disrupted, the ability of viral duplication can occur. In a healthy body, the body’s immune system springs into action to fight against a new virus entering. As a result, the virus immobilizes and causes it to lie dormant (inactive) within the body. When a person has a weak immune system or pre-existing medical conditions, the virus can resist the body’s attempts to fight it.
As you may or may not know, antibiotics cannot kill viruses, only bacteria. Systemic enzymes can tell the difference between the proteins supposed to be in your body and those that are foreign. Serrapeptase plays a role in the protein eating effect to help combat viruses.
Virus Fighting with Serrapeptase
Serrapeptase can be found in some systemic enzymes. Also known as the “silkworm” enzyme as it dissolved the cocoon to release the silk moth. It is isolated from a bacteria that resides in the intestines of the silkworm. Studies have suggested that serrapeptase may be a good strategy to reduce or stop a virus’s progression. Serrapeptase is a key ingredient to consider when choosing the right enzymes.
With its serrapeptase-based blend of enzymes, Vitalzym is the most potent and fast efficient systemic enzyme.