Let’s face it: Your blood is full of toxins and debris. As disgusting as it sounds, it’s just part of life. With that being said, your blood doesn’t have to be so full of toxins and debris. And that’s when systemic enzyme therapy comes into play.
Okay, so by now you know that systemic enzymes can help with fighting inflammation as well as viruses. But what you (probably) didn’t know prior to reading this article is that systemic enzymes are also highly efficient when it comes to cleaning the blood. And when you start thinking about it, it makes sense that they would.
You know the saying “blood is the river of life”? Well it turns out that blood is also the river in which cells like to dispose their dead materials and other garbage. (Thanks a lot, cells!) As those dead materials and garbage pile up, so does fibrin, eventually causing the blood to thicken dramatically and clots to appear. Yuck, right? Yuck indeed.
Systemic enzymes, as you already know, eat dead tissues and excess fibrin. As a result, systemic enzyme therapy leads to a healthy, cleaner blood and better overall circulation. But those are only the effects associated with systemic enzymes. What about the effects associated with better blood circulation?
Well, they come by the dozens. A thinner blood makes you less prone to:
- Develop heart disease;
- Develop chronic inflammation;
- Have a heart attack or a stroke;
As well as boosts your cardiovascular, immune and respiratory functions. Sounds good, no?
Keep in mind (and yes we’ve mentioned this a few times) that systemic enzyme therapy should be avoided without the guidance of a professional if you are currently on a blood thinning medication. This is to avoid thinning your blood too much, which as you know, can lead to serious complications.
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