The first stage is what we refer to as Enzymatic Detoxification. During this period, your body is first introduced to enzymes. A systemic enzyme formula, like Neprinol, will begin by thinning the blood and removing excessive toxicity that your body has built up. Years of buildup on the inside of artery walls, as well as the mucosa of the colon and gastrointestinal system are stripped away and excreted. During this period you may experience mild headaches, fatigue, pungent urine, vaginal spotting, softened stool or diarrhea.
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:
A question that we often get asked by customers (or potential customers) is "are there any side effects to taking enzymes?" It's a perfectly legitimate question, especially when you consider all the commercials on tv for prescription drugs that have a laundry list of side effects. Many of them could leave you feeling even worse, or with more health problems than you originally had!
Fibrin is a protein formed in the human body that can significantly impact our health and general well-being. Fibrin is documented to be responsible for scar tissue, thrombus formation and inflammation along with its associated pain.
Systemic enzyme formulas, like Neprinol AFD from Arthur Andrew Medical, contain a blend of enzymes that specifically address fibrin levels in the body. The inherent fibrin removal process is accomplished by naturally occurring enzymes in the body, principally plasmin. Plasmin is an important enzyme, present in the blood, that degrades many blood plasma proteins, most notably fibrin clots.
Not all enzyme blends are created equal. There are only a handful of enzyme formulations that actually work. Enzyme potency is measured by activity levels. A systemic enzyme supplement, such as Neprinol, is measured by "FUs" or Fibrinolytic Units. With most enzyme blends, a typical serving size is 1-2 capsules, providing an average of 1,000-2,000 FUs...however, some of the higher-end enzyme blends can provide up to 15,000 FUs per capsule, yielding much higher activity levels.