Can Systemic Enzymes Help Heal Sport Injuries?

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Sport injuries can range from mildly annoying to completely disastrous. But regardless of how severe they are, no athlete ever wants to suffer from them. Unfortunately, sport injuries are very common in Canada, and while most of them are not severe, some are enough to cut a season short… or a career for that matter.

Of course, we aren’t here to scare you. If you are an athlete, chances are that you are already aware of the pitfalls of your sport. But here’s the thing: Being aware sometimes isn’t enough.┬áSometimes, you have to take it one step further. And that’s when systemic enzyme therapy comes into play.

Did you know that during the 1960s and 1970s East Germans athletes dominated world competitions? While their usage of steroids did play an important role in their success, East German officials later explained that most of their country’s athletic success could in fact be attributed to their usage of systemic enzymes.

Yes, systemic enzymes — the same enzymes that you are interested in trying out!

Don’t get us wrong, though. Systemic enzymes won’t make you deadlift 600 lbs in a month or allow you to run a marathon in two weeks. While the usage of systemic enzymes has been known to lead to enhanced muscle development, systemic enzymes have absolutely nothing to do with steroids. Instead, they will do something even better for you: They will protect you from the effects of microtrauma, effectively reducing the amount of time needed to recover from an injury, regardless of its severity.

As you may or may not know, systemic enzymes are the number #1 defense against inflammation. Their anti-inflammatory properties are what speed up the healing process of a sport injury, along with their anti-swelling, internal bleeding and blood cleansing properties.

So what are you waiting for? If you are an athlete, don’t go one more day without systemic enzyme therapy. You’ll see — you might just end up thanking us down the road!

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