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Enzymes for Therapeutic Reduction of Inflammation

Enzymes are well known for their benefits in digestion, but they can be very effective when it comes to reducing inflammation. When enzymes are taken away from food, 30 minutes before or 60 minutes after a meal, they can offer different benefits depending on the formula.
Inflammation can have many causes. Allergies, autoimmune issues, joint pain and arthritis are just a few. It can be isolated in one area or become systemic throughout the body as in rheumatoid arthritis and many autoimmune disorders.
Enzymes are both natural and safe and can automatically target inflammation anywhere in the body when used therapeutically. When talking about enzymes the word “therapeutically” refers to treating something specific, and being taken away from food, so that they do not get used working to digest, and are free to work elsewhere in the body. There are no harmful side effects like there are with aspirin or pharmaceutical drugs.

Two Great Enzyme Products to Assist Reducing Inflammation:
1. The enzyme product Wobenzyme N is one of the best sources for the natural, and safe reduction of inflammation. It has been used for over fifty years and is trusted by Olympic athletes to help assist in healing injuries by over 50%. Wobenzyme helps to clean up toxic debris in the body, and is known for its ability to reduce blood clots, therefore, helping lower the incidence of stroke. It also helps to reduce heart attacks by lowering cholesterol. This offers a safe alternative to dangerous pharmaceutical drugs.
2. The enzyme product Serrapeptase is also a great choice for reducing inflammation. It is known to ease both pain and swelling. Serrapeptase has a twenty five year history of being both safe and effective.

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Dr. Pamela Nathan DHM May 5, 2016