Systemic Enzyme Therapy and Heart Diseases: What You Need to Know

What it more deadly than cancer, strokes and respiratory diseases in Canada and the United States?

Cardiovascular diseases.

It would make sense, therefore, that people would do anything to alleviate and maybe even prevent heart diseases. If you care about your health, today we are going to tell you exactly how you can do this with (you guessed it) systemic enzyme therapy.

blood-pressure-1423779-1279x1190Before going any further, let’s first take a look at what exactly heart diseases are. According to the Mayo Clinic, the term “heart disease” is usually used to refer to a number of “conditions that involve narrowed or blocked vessels that can lead to heart attack, stroke, and angina.

Heart attack. Stroke. Angina. Can this list get any worse? Well yes. Those are only three conditions that fall under the heart disease category. There are plenty of other ones.

By now you are probably wondering what this has anything to do with systemic enzyme therapy — and rightly so. But if you have been reading some of our earlier articles, then maybe a little light bulb is going off over your head. (If not, that’s okay too. Keep reading and we’ll explain!)

Remember when we said that systemic enzymes clean the blood and reduce inflammation by eating dead tissue and extra fibrin? Well it turns out that cleaning the blood of tissue and extra fibrin actually reduces the risk of experiencing a heart attack or any other cardiovascular disease.

Think about it for a moment. What happens when your blood flow becomes obstructed with debris? Your heart starts to pump blood harder in an attempt to make the blood flow past the blockages. Likewise, what happens when too much plaque builds up along the vascular wall? Once again, inflammation and obstructed blood flow. There are many other factors that affect the overall health of your cardiovascular system, of course, but at the end of the day they can all be linked back to the same sources.

By cleaning the blood of debris and extra fibrin and getting rid of those annoying blood clots that your doctor keeps warning you about you are effectively helping your heart do a better job of keeping you alive. Your body is like a machine, and just like a machine it needs to be cleaned up on a regular basis. Take good care of it by supplementing it with systemic enzymes and your body will thank you down the road.

Categories: Health Benefits