Traditionally in America, we make a visit to the doctor when we feel sick, and spend oodles of money for their diagnosis and eventual prescription of some form of antibiotic to destroy the bacteria that infested our body and made us feel that way. I say 'in America', because many other (healthier) countries take the time to understand, and open their minds up to alternative treatments as a way to proactively take control of their personal health. One thing about Americans is that we are very 'reactive' when it comes to most things, and personal health is certainly one of them.
Our bodies are filled with millions of bacteria, some of which are essential to life, while others cause disease and illness. The human digestive tract carries over 400 distinct microorganisms, making it possible to digest food, absorb nutrients, and fight off infections and disease. The number of microorganisms in the body far exceeds the number of tissue cells, making up nearly four pounds of body weight.
A letter from Arthur Andrew Medical:
Arthur Andrew is pleased to announce the arrival of our newest Syntol formulation. Our objective with this product has and continues to be, to provide the most powerful enzyme yeast cleanse and blend of probiotics available.
Though we did not feel that there was anything lacking from our currently distributed formula, we did feel that we could easily improve upon it. It has and will always be our goal to provide the most potent and clinically effective products available, and change is often the only way to achieve and maintain that goal.
As you may (or may not) know, there are a lot of damaging things being said and written about Neprinol...one of our top-selling products, and what we believe to be the finest enzyme-based formula in the industry.
As an authorized distributor of Neprinol since its inception, we do our best to stay informed and proactively seek out the answers to the questions that many of us have. The worst part about the entire situation is that it's confusing for you, the customer, who is trying to make the best purchase decision to assist with your health concerns...and when you're dealing with the high-priced enzyme industry, you want to make sure you're getting the biggest bang for your buck!
When talking about health supplements or medications, you may hear the term "enteric coating". This term is in reference to the substance (usually made from fatty acids, shellac, waxes or plastics) that is applied to certain oral medications/supplements, which creates a barrier to prevent irritation of the stomach by the drug, and protects the drug from stomach acid.
The word enteric refers to the small intestine, so when a product is enteric coated, it means that it is meant to be absorbed in the small intestine, and NOT in the acids produced by the stomach during the digestive process. Aspirin, for example, can have an irritating effect on the stomach, so it is coated with a substance that will only dissolve in the small intestine. The coatings work by creating a surface that is stable at the highly acidic pH found in the stomach, but breaks down rapidly at a less acidic (basic) pH. Meaning they will not dissolve in the acidic juices of the stomach (pH ~3), but they will in the higher pH (above pH 5.5) environment present in the small intestine.
There’s a new player in the natural supplement world -- and it promises to be an important one! Neprinol AFD, it’s called, and it addresses a number of problems that involve chronic pain, inflammation and conditions associated with both including -- and these are just a few on a long list -- arthritis, chronic sinusitis, coronary vascular disease and multiple sclerosis. Neprinol’s primary ingredients are vegetable-derived enzymes Nattokinase and Serrapeptase, but it also contains Co-Q10 and several other ingredients of the highest purity. These are metabolized and travel to sites where there is inflammation and fibrin deposition.