Who Shouldn’t Take Systemic Enzyme Supplements?

Is systemic enzyme therapy for everyone?

Mostly, yes. Its health benefits are completely unparalleled, and as a result, should be experienced by nearly everyone. But here’s the thing: While no known side effects are associated with the consummation of systemic enzyme supplements, caution should be taken by people who suffer from a bleeding disorder or are on a blood thinning medication. We just can’t stress the importance of this enough.

And no — it’s not because systemic enzymes are dangerous! (Because they are not.) It’s because they are too effective.

You know how they say that the thinner your blood is, the better your circulation is? (And the healthier you are?) Well it turns out to be true… unless you just happen to suffer from a disorder that makes your blood too thin. If that is the case with you, it is imperative that you avoid any supplement that could thin your blood even more. Unfortunately, systemic enzyme supplements fall into that category.

Likewise, if you are on a blood thinning medication you may want to avoid systemic enzymes. But here’s the good news: Over time, it would be possible for systemic enzyme supplements to replace your blood thinning medication. It wouldn’t happen overnight, of course, but some people have successfully been able to do so with the help of their doctor.

If you are interested to experience the wonderful anti-clotting and anti-inflammation properties of systemic enzyme supplements, then here’s what we recommend that you do: Don’t hesitate to bring this topic up with your doctor the next time you visit them. Most health professionals today in Canada are well versed when it comes to systemic enzyme supplements, so chances are that your doctor is too. :)

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