Now that you have come this far, chances are that you are ready to start learning about systemic enzyme therapy. But just like you can’t build a great building on a weak foundation, you can’t learn why you need systemic enzyme therapy without first learning about what it is. This article will cover the basics of systemic enzyme therapy and give you a foundation of knowledge upon which you can easily build.
What is Systemic Enzyme Therapy?
A simple search on Google gives you the definition of therapy as “treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder”. This definition applies perfectly to systemic enzyme therapy.
The human body can either be described as “extremely resilient” or “extremely weak”. It all depends on how you see it. On one hand, the human body is a perfect machine that can endure much before breaking down. Your body knows how to survive without you having to do a single thing. Your heart, your lungs, your digestive system, even the smallest cells in your body exist to perform actions necessary to your survival.
But on another hand, your body is prone to a number of weaknesses—among them pains and disorders that can leave your body unable to perform the simplest task. A weak heart can be fatal. Weak lungs can mean a less than desirable quality of life. Your body is plagued (especially as it ages) by countless illnesses, some of which can be avoided and some of which can’t.
Inflammation, heart diseases, allergies, joint pain… is the human body really the “perfect” machine? You be the judge.
Systemic enzyme therapy exists to alleviate those conditions. For the lucky ones who don’t suffer from any of these things, systemic enzyme therapy exists to enhance their health. Once again, it is not meant to replace a healthy lifestyle and diet—it’s only meant to work in unison with them.
Systemic enzyme involves taking enzyme supplements that are derived from a number of non-human sources. Of course, each supplement performs a different action within your body, but when taken in what is known as blends, systemic enzymes work together to improve and maintain health.
Serrapeptase is one of the most common types of systemic enzymes out there and one that we will cover in more details later down the road. Before that, however, we will be taking a closer look at the much anticipated benefits of systemic enzyme therapy and help you determine whether YOU need systemic enzyme therapy or not.
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