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The Importance of Proteolytic Enzymes

The body produces protease in the pancreas activated in the stomach and known as proteases or proteolytic enzymes. These enzymes work as digestive enzymes in our gut but when taken between meals (as a supplement) they have an amazing impact on our overall health.

1. Breaking down foreign proteins in your blood that cause inflammation (root cause of numerous health issues!)

2. Getting rid of inflammatory proteins via your blood stream and lymphatic system (the lymph collects blood proteins, waste products and microbes from the spaces surrounding each cell. These are then detoxified, the usable compounds are reclaimed, and a purified lymph fluid is returned to your bloodstream).

3. Proteolytic enzymes have also been found helpful for: Fibrosis conditions caused by the hard, sticky protein called fibrin.

Excess fibrin (secreted in excess by an unhealthy liver) are involved in high blood pressure raising your risk of heart attack and/or stroke.

Inflammation and immune function
Most of chronic disease we have to deal with, including major issues — can benefit from having these type of enzymes in our blood.

Lack of protease enzymes can be a causal factor, in a wide variety of symptoms


Shingles (herpes zoster)

Digestive problems

Inflammation and/or pain caused by sports injuries or trauma

Fibrocystic breast disease

Pancreatic insufficiency

Food allergies

Multiple sclerosis

Atherosclerosis (arterial hardening)

Rheumatoid arthritis

Hepatitis C

Sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Back pain

Chronic fatigue


High blood pressure

Herniated disc


Spinal stenosis

Sprains and strains

Postoperative scar tissue

Uterine fibroids

Bacterial, viral, mold and fungal infections

Heart attack and stroke


As one can see, taking proteolytic enzyme supplement make a lot of sense. To achieve the intended effects it has to be taken the right way.