NHS10: Enzymes to Rebuild and Rejuvenate05.03.2013
by Life Enthusiast Staff
Train Harder and Recover Faster
As a generation, we Baby Boomers have been more active than any generation previous. Our folks may have survived the Great Depression and fought in the Second World War but after they got home, work is the only thing they did. They wore themselves out being cogs in the industrial machine. And what do they have to show for it? Flabby weak bodies, strokes, heart attacks, Alzheimer's and social security.
We've perceived the problem and have been running away from those images ever since.
Since the 1960's we (the Baby Boomers) have been burning the candle at both ends and the middle. From sincere activism and serious partying we dove head long into work.
To offset the effects of desk work or assembly lines, we played hard.
We have faced more stress in one year than our ancestors faced in a lifetime. It's taken its toll and it shows, in our joints - and elsewhere.
Let's Start with the Obvious
Your muscles when overused will rebuild, given rest and the proper therapeutic exercise. Rest, that's the key word here... no more training every day of the week! For every day of hard training there are 2 to 3 days of immune suppression following!
On another matter, muscles need specific nutrition to heal from the repeated micro injuries incurred while training, and no, I don't mean they need just protein, they need different stuff than that.
Enzymes... to Rebuild and Rejuvenate
Dr. Max Wolf M.D. and Ph.D. times 7 of Columbia University found that as we age or are under stress, our body's own production of enzymes is depleted. Age related changes he said are directly attributable to depletion of enzymes.
With 40 years of use and over 160 peer reviewed verifying studies behind it, systemic enzymes are the second best selling over-the-counter preparation in Germany.
Systemic Enzymes (taken on an empty stomach) will get into your blood and clean it. Enzymes taken with meals will thoroughly digest food. Deficiency diseases can be eliminated or avoided with the proper nutrition taken on a daily basis.
It's important that you use potent, medical grade, plant-based enzymes - available individually as well as a complex of sucrase, lactase, protease, amylase, lipase, cellulase, and maltase - and probiotics.
William Wong N.D., Ph.D. and Member World Sports Medicine Hall of Fame for his contributions to our newsletter today. You can read his entire article: "Pain Free Training".
Here's another great article by Dr. William Wong: "Enzymes: What You Learned Was Wrong".
There's a specific supplement to help convert fat into muscle. OK, actually you would reduce fat and increase muscle. It's called ZoeTein, and yes it is possible!
To your health!