Tag Archives: inflammation

  • All you need to Know about Inflammation

    With a surge in online health experts and wellness gurus, it’s hard to filter the real from the fake. Inflammation is one of the latest buzzwords and we’re being told to fight it at all costs. Is your body’s natural reaction to invading bacteria and wound repair being vilified – or is there truth to …

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  • How Serretia Can Assist Your Health

    Silkworms are fascinating and highly useful little creatures. Not only do they create the yarn that goes into making luxurious silks, but they also give us an enzyme called Serrapeptase. Doctors prescribe this enzyme for everything starting from inflammation to post-operative pain treatments. It works by dissolving or digesting protein and is also called Serratiopeptidase. …

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  • Reduce Swelling And Pain With Neprinol APR

    Neprinol APR (Advanced Pain Relief) is a natural health supplement that combines a number of beneficial systematic enzymes like Serrapeptase, Bromelain, Papain and Lipase. Working together, these help to remove blood toxins, boost the immune system and offer pain relieving capabilities. Doctors particularly prescribe Neprinol to athletes and people with active lifestyles, or those recovering …

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  • Neprinol AFD and lung disease

    With Neprinol AFD there is new hope for pulmonary fibrosis and interstitial lung diseases sufferers.  A new fibrinolytic enzyme product dissolves scar tissue in the same manner as our digestive enzymes dissolves our food.   There are more than 100 different diseases that are caused by the buildup of scar tissue in the lungs. Of …

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  • The “dark side” of tissue repair

    When scientists examine the most deadly, disabling maladies to which people succumb as they age—including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, kidney disorders and arthritis—similar underlying causes can be found: All of these conditions are characterized by insidious sclerosis and fibrosis that is caused by the over-secretion of growth factors. Sclerosis is defined as a hardening …

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