Healthcare practitioners recommend and provide supplements for various reasons. By dispensing products that have been researched and approved, practitioners can provide quality supplements, assistance with implementing them in the overall treatment plan, and convenience for the patient.
The health and function of our gut is directly linked to the health of the entire body. Antibiotics are particularly troublesome for the microbiome. Because they kill bacteria indiscriminately, many of the beneficial bacteria vital to good health are also killed. This contributes to a weakened immune system
Systemic enzyme therapy provides an opportunity to boost the immune system while avoiding the damage done to healthy gut flora when antibiotics are taken – a true “win-win” strategy. The proteolytic activity of systemic enzymes may also provide protection against virus proliferation
Two primary systemic enzymes – serrapeptase and nattokinase – have been identified in the past several decades and they are proving to be very beneficial in combatting certain health conditions related to chronic inflammation. * While both have demonstrated to be the strongest and most fibrinolytic of their types, they have different but certain functions in the body.
In addition to toxins circulating in the blood that demand attention from the liver, free fatty acids (fat circulating in the bloodstream not packaged into triglycerides) contribute to inflammation, toxic fat breakdown products, and oxidative stress. The constant and persistent presence of fat in the bloodstream interferes with the insulin receptor pathway and leads to insulin resistance in...
Acupuncture and systemic enzymes both serve to “unblock” and restore the natural flow of the body’s functions. The following conditions are often improved with either approach, but the combination of the two is a powerful alternative for those who wish to avoid conventional and/or pharmacological treatments.