As is the case with most supplements available on the market today, it is always advisable to be careful when it comes to implementing new ones into your diet. Because several supplements do come with their fair share of side effects, some of them should only be consumed with the approval of a doctor.
But is it also the case with systemic enzyme supplements?
The answer is no — most of the time. Because systemic enzymes are not associated with any side effects and are completely safe to consume, most people don’t need the approval of a doctor to include them in their diet. That is, of course, assuming that they don’t suffer from a bleeding disorder. If that is the case, that is when some of the “side effects” of systemic enzymes kick in. Because of the blood thinning nature of systemic enzymes, consuming them when suffering from a bleeding disorder or when on a blood thinning medication could worsen an already serious condition.
Likewise, it is recommended that people cease the usage of systemic enzymes a few days prior to a surgery. This is simply because systemic enzymes possess anti-clotting and anti-inflammation properties that could potentially interfere with the body’s healing process. In this situation, it would be best for people to consult their doctor before making any decision.
That’s pretty much it when it comes to systemic enzyme supplements and its side effects. If you do not suffer from a bleeding disorder then we highly encourage that you start incorporating systemic enzymes into your diet. Keep in mid, however, that not all systemic enzyme “blends” are the same, so it’s always a good idea to do a little bit of research on a particular product before purchasing it.
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