Serrapeptase is famously called “The Miracle Enzyme”.
Serrapeptase has had wide clinical use spanning over forty years throughout Europe and Asia. Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring protease agent enzyme agent with no inhibitory effects on prostaglandins and is devoid of gastrointestinal side effects.
This enzyme is produced commercially today through fermentation but was originally found in the silkworm.
The silkworm uses the enzymes to help digest the tough mulberry leaves that it lives on, and spectacularly it also uses the enzyme to dissolve a large hole in the wall of its cocoon after its transformation into a silkmoth.
It was in 1970 when scientists started to culture this enzyme in the laboratory by feeding it a protein – the results were a tasteless white powder that contains the Serrapeptase Enzymes. They then conducted double-blind trials, which showed that Serrapeptase has the ability to dissolve non-vital protein material in the body, such as cysts.
How Enzymes Work
Thousands of enzymes are working every second to build and regenerate our bodies – to “Digest, Build, Repair and Clean up”.
They are constantly being produced or converted in our body and depend upon the good living and healthy nutrition to keep ahead of the daily damage and regeneration our bodies undergo.
Specifically, enzymes act beneficially in ways that help:
- digest food
- break down toxins
- cleanse the blood
- support the immune system
- convert protein into muscle
- contract muscles
- eliminate carbon dioxide from the lungs
- support the pancreas and other vital organs
As the effectiveness of these enzyme processes relies on good physical health and nutrition, it’s important to constantly evaluate our way of life to live the best lives that we can, because how we live, act and eat when we are young will result in good, or bad, health as we get old.
Help Yourself and Your Family Through Good Nutrition
At the supermarket, I often see trolleys full of Coke cartons, large packets of cereals, tins of soup, processed meats and loaves of white bread. There is very little goodness in all of that; nothing that will help keep our bodies strong and supple as we age.
It is well known that the more sugar you eat, the more your body will crave.
This reflects in the numerous reports about how young people, who are addicted to Coke and other soft drinks, often become overweight and depressed, while losing their teeth early and ageing very quickly.
The cost of these drinks and foods also adds up to a lot more than a well-planned diet made up of fresh vegetables and fruits, along with cheaper cuts of meat and fish that can be easily prepared and cooked at home.
I once saw a report on a cooking workshop that was being held in a regional town and, to my surprise, nearly 30 of the interviewed ladies admitted that they couldn’t cook and that their families mainly had a takeaway for dinner on most nights. Aside from the expensive cost of this way of living, the toll on their health would be epic as they age.
With that in mind, one of the best skills you can teach your children is to cook. To be able to make a nutritious meal out of very little will help them immensely when tight times come, and they often do at some stage in our lives due to reasons that are usually out of our hands. The ability to cook healthy meals, in addition to the nutritional benefits they will receive, will keep their spirits up to help them deal with whatever problems life presents them.
Try Serrapeptase to Improve Your Physical Health
To conclude, Serrapeptase offers a whole host of benefits to various vital bodily functions and processes. And, administered together with a healthy diet and lifestyle, the collective rewards will do noticeable wonders for the body – not just in the short-term, but as one age and becomes less agile.
It’s frequently called the “Miracle Enzyme” for a reason!
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