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The Secret to Faster Workout Recovery

Are you putting the time in at the gym, but still finding yourself unable to move past the muscle aches? Are you a runner finding yourself running low on stamina? Are you trying to improve what your body is capable of doing, during and after workout sessions? Download Your Free Cheatsheet Now – Secrets to […]
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3 Easy Steps to Healthy Weight Loss

Are you struggling to lose weight? Have you tried diet after diet, and feel like you cannot get the results you desire? Do you find yourself stuck, feeling defeated, like no matter how hard you try, the weight will not come off? Download your free Cheatsheet Now – Top 3 Easy Weight Loss Tips!  Download […]
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Healthy Holiday Top 3 Tips

Do you think it’s impossible to have a healthy holiday season and still have fun? Think again!! With the Holiday Season approaching, you may find yourself already cringing at the thought of the holiday meals and treats, and how your body will feel after eating them. But it is possible to have a healthy holiday! […]
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Successful Post-Operative Recovery

The use of therapeutic, orally administered proteolytic enzymes in surgery is a useful, yet often overlooked remedy. Their potent anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effects can speed recovery time and promote normal function post-surgery. Preventing excessive scar tissue and regulating inflammation may reduce prolonged post-operative pain and discomfort. [...]
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The Missing Link in Managing Eczema

Eczema is often treated as an isolated skin condition. Steroid creams are the first line of defense for managing the symptoms, but they do not offer lasting relief and are not without side-effects. Treating the skin topically is a short-sighted approach akin to mopping up the floor without addressing the leaky pipe under the sink. [...]
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Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease

Microbiome dysbyosis is at the heart of most disease – a result of increased toxicity and decreased immunity. This imbalance and damage often leads to increased intestinal permeability, or “leaky” gut. [...]
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Seasonal Allergies and the Immune System

Enzymes, when used systemically rather than as a digestive aid, address both the inflammatory and immune response component of chronic allergic reactions. Systemic Enzyme Therapy has been shown to reduce pain and inflammation, regulate the immune response, remove excess fibrous tissue, and restore healthy blood flow and volume. [...]
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Consumer Demand and Overcoming Pricing Objections

Globally, consumers are looking for products with natural ingredients that are highly bio-available and carry low risk for side effects. Consumers are cautious when it comes to the safety of nutritional and supplement products; consumer trust, marketing integrity, and manufacturer credibility are critical issues when recommending and/or dispensing nutritional supplements. [...]
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Quality and Value: Choosing the Most Effective Practitioner-Grade Nutraceuticals

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. [...]
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Restoring the Microbiome after Antibiotics

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 [...]
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Systemic Enzymes: A Preventative Measure for Viral Infection

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 [...]
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Nattokinase versus Serrapeptase

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. [...]
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Holiday Survival Part III: Beyond the Holidays

As we clean up our post-holiday diet and reduce the influx of toxins, we must also assist the body in releasing toxins that have been accumulating and depositing into our fat cells. This is a critical component in any effort to lose weight, restore function, and improve chronic health conditions. [...]
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Surviving Cold and Flu Season

The health of the immune system, as well as many lifestyle factors, influence the delicate balance in the mucosal lining of various systems, especially the respiratory system. Supporting this balance is a key strategy to staying well. Follow these tips for surviving cold and flu season. [...]
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Holiday Survival Part II: 5 Strategies to Get Back on Track

Your patients may benefit from our "3 Step Detox Program" that includes pure and potent blends to cleanse at a cellular level, restore probiotic levels, and support digestive and systemic enzyme activity. Download and share the Complete Patient Guide to Holiday Recovery. [...]
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Holiday Survival Tips!

Overeating at the holidays does more than induce guilt or remorse. Many of your patients may experience a flare in their symptoms if harmful foods are re-introduced. If they’ve been keeping a mostly clean diet, they could experience quite a bit of digestive upset too. Share these strategies to help them maintain positive momentum [...]
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Toxicity, Diabetes, and Your Liver

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 our muscles [...]
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Acupuncture and Systemic Enzyme Therapy: A Match Made in Alternative Medicine

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. [...]
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3 Crucial Strategies to Prevent the #1 Cause of Death

Preventative measures and healthy lifestyle choices are often ignored or delayed until full-blown heart disease is diagnosed. The precursors to heart disease - hardening of the arteries, plaque buildup, calcification, and blood coagulation – are more readily treated and prevented than a failing heart. This requires an understanding of underlying root causality and strategic treatments to [...]
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Cellular Regeneration: Key to Health and Longevity

Many of our practitioner partners recommend PuraCell™ to their patients who require a detoxification protocol.  PuraCell™ is designed for both a 30-day cleanse and a gentle daily regiment, depending on dosage.  The systemic power of its ingredients is so integral to cellular health that PuraCell™ may also be considered a better alternative to a daily […]
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