Saturday, August 18, 2012

Serrapeptase for Inflammation


So I find that very few people know about the enzyme Serrapeptase and what it is used for to help your body.

Serrapeptase- Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the non-pathogenic bacteria Serratia species found in the digestive tract of the Japanese silkworm. The enzyme is used by the worms to digest their cocoons. Serrapeptase has been used as a nutritional supplement in Europe and Asia for nearly three decades. 

Certainly sounds weird....silkworm digestive bacteria?!!  This enzyme is used extensively in Europe and Asia for inflammation.  Many doctors instead of automatically prescribing NSAID drugs such as ibuprofen or naproxen, start with Serrapeptase as a safer alternative.  Do some research and check it out!

I began using it when I had a bout of iritis (inflammation of the iris of the eye).  I was having to use steroid eyedrops several times a day, but I wanted to help my system get rid of the inflammation and white blood cells that had accumulated in my eye.  Iritis is serious and can cause damage to your vision.  Serrapeptase helped fight the inflammation in my body.  Check out proteolytic enzymes and their usage for inflammation.  One very positive side benefit was that might irritable bowel and intestinal issues improved greatly.  Serrapeptase is very good for intestinal inflammation!

If you suffer from inflammation or know someone fighting daily inflammation, tell them to study up on this enzyme.  Spread the word in the United States!  Let's help each other out.  Combine serrapeptase with your NSAID and it might let you stop using the NSAID or less.  I have taken the enzyme for years with no side effects.  Do your homework always on supplements.  Not all natural heath stores carry it and often it can be pricey.  I get my stuff from and I DO NOT work for them.  Just like them lots and I want to help people know about supplements and the biggest thing that sucks and stops people from taking supplements can be the cost.  I has happened to me.

The Vitamin Shoppe and Vitacost have good priced supplements and no coupon codes or MLM indicated here.  Just best wishes on good health!

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