We know what you’re thinking: Systemic enzymes and fertility don’t have anything to do with each other. How could they possibly do?
But here’s a surprising fact for you: Systemic enzyme therapy does have something to do with fertility, and the links that bind them together are probably (hopefully) very familiar to you.
Of course, taking systemic enzymes won’t directly improve fertility per se… because fertility isn’t something that can be improved by itself. For a woman to be more fertile, she has to be fairly healthy in the first place. According to the Mayo Clinic, a woman’s lifestyle choices directly affects her fertility. As a result, health issues that stem from these lifestyle choices also play an important role in the woman’s ability to reproduce. And that’s when systemic enzyme therapy comes into play.
As you already know by now, systemic enzymes do a wonderful job of improving blood flow and reducing inflammation by “eating” dead tissue and extra fibrin present in the blood. Endometriosis is listed as one of the most common causes of fertility problems in Canada and can be traced back to (you guessed it) extra endometrial tissue growing outside of the uterus, instead of inside it. This painful condition is not something that any woman would like to experience. Fortunately, systemic enzymes have been known to alleviate endometriosis by breaking down extra tissue and reducing inflammation. This leads to better circulation and a much happier uterus.
Oh and of course… an increase in fertility!
Endometriosis is not the only condition that systemic enzymes can help with. Blocked Fallopian tubes can be cleared from excess fibrin, pelvic inflammatory disease can be alleviated and even egg health can be improved by cleansing the blood and increasing circulation to the ovaries. All of these actually play a MAJOR role in female fertility.
So tell us… do you still think that systemic enzymes and fertility don’t have anything to do with each other now? 😉
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