Neprinol targets the underlying causes of Peyronie's disease
Peyronie’s disease is a penis disorder in which fibers form plaques, causing abnormal curvature, pain and, in severe cases, erectile dysfunction and impotence. Peyronie’s disease can also have a severe psychological impact: nearly half of affected men in one study were found to suffer from depression . Peyronie’s disease is notoriously difficult to treat, but Neprinol, a supplement that targets the root cause of Peyronie’s disease, may offer a promising alternative to traditional treatments.
Learn how enzymes can limit the suffocating effects of pulmonary fibrosis and interstitial lung diseases.
There are more than 100 different diseases that are caused by the buildup of scar tissue in the lungs. Of these numerous interstitial lung diseases (ILDs), the most common is pulmonary fibrosis. Pulmonary fibrosis begins when microscopic damage to the alveoli (air sacs) and interstitial tissues (tissue between cells) of the lungs causes inflammation and scar tissue to develop. As this scar tissue builds up in the lungs it eventually causes the soft, permeable tissue to become stiff and thick, which makes breathing extremely difficult.
If you are suffering from a chronic inflammatory condition such as arthritis, there is relief in a natural form. Serrapeptase has long been used as an anti-inflammatory aid for many chronic conditions and has more benefits than current medicinal treatments on the market. Because it is a naturally occurring enzyme, it is gentler on the body.
Used for over 25 years in Europe and Asia, studies and testimonials from people who swear by it show a remarkable improvement in many inflammatory conditions. Recent criticism has been countered with the assertion that most serrapeptase is not available with the correct dosage. One Japanese company issued a recall on its lower dose tablets early last year. Higher doses are, however, effective.
We receive questions daily regarding the products that we sell at Southwest Nutraceuticals, and many times we receive the same (or very similar) questions from different people. So, it got us thinking, what better place to share some of these questions and answers than our blog?
We received an email from one of our customers about Neprofin AVF, which is an advanced veterinary formula for pain and inflammation in horses and even household pets, when given in smaller dosages. She writes, "I am interested in Neprofin AVF for my 10 yr. old Goldendoodle who is in good health. The human forms of these enzymes (ie. Neprinol, Vitalzym) all state it absolutely must be taken on an empty stomach - no food - or it will just digest the food and not go into the bloodstream. If the AVF product is put on an animal's food - how is it going to work properly?
Answer: Neprofin AVF is considered a 'feed supplement' and is designed to be taken with food. A big part of the enzyme function in something like Neprofin is to assimilate food into nutrients and discard the waste. It works continuously with the pH variation of the digestive tract to increase digestion and absorption, which also intensifies absorption of released amino acids. This may lead to a reduction in swelling, quicker recovery from injuries, and an increase of lean muscle mass in the animal.
Enzymes could be called the natural "spark plug" of our body's engine. They are a bio-catalyst that is responsible for many processes, including food digestion, energy conversion and the break-down of fibrin (scar tissue) that builds up in the body.
All living things are equipped to produce them naturally. However, as we get older, our body's enzyme production process begins to slows down...generally in our late 20s to early 30s. In order to replenish this enzyme deficiency later in life, supplemental enzymes are available.
Here are 7 reasons to consider adding enzymes to your daily regimen: