Fibrotic, Plaque and Autophagy Detox
Reduces fibrosis – the thickening and scarring of connective tissue, usually as a result of injury.
Reduces Arterial Plaque
Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other substances found in your blood, and over time, it hardens and narrows the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your organs and other parts of your body.
Your body’s natural way of cleaning house – a physiological process that deals with the normal destruction of cells to maintain homeostasis (normal functioning).
Systemic Enzyme Serrapeptase
Enables a healthy inflammatory response (less joint pain), faster recovery from exercise and surgery, and promotes sinus health by thinning mucous. Serrapeptase works by digesting excessive proteins that accumulate from overexertion. This ensures a normal inflammatory response, improving your recovery time from both exercise and surgery.
Anti Aging and Rejuvenating
Here are two microscopic images of mouse muscle. The one on the left is a young mouse and is like a 20 year old human. On the right is an older mouse like an 80 year old human.
You can count 20 healthy muscle cells on the left, but on the right, only 10 muscle cells remain – the rest dark and is accumulated scar tissue. Of the 10 cells that remain, 4 of them are faded. These are senescent cells, meaning they’re old, barely functioning and on their way to becoming scar tissue. This is aging. Serrapeptase supports removal of scar tissue.
These two mice are the same age, but the younger-looking mouse was genetically engineered to have aging cells self-destruct.
Without aging cells, and no scar tissue, it is highly unlikely the younger-looking mouse will ever develop tumors. To further eliminate aging cells, combine with Ellagitannins.
During natural times of famine, ancient humans would go through a process called autophagy, where weak, damaged, aging and dead cells are eliminated.
Since most of us do not have periods of famine or fasting, the body has a build-up of weak, damaged, aging and dead cells, and creates an environment where disease easily thrives.
If fasting is not your preference, then Serrapeptase is your next best option.
Add iodine and selenomethionine (form of selenium) – trace minerals that are necessary for good health. They’re found in fish and seaweed, but many of us limit our intake due to concerns over toxins in the ocean.
An iodine deficiency makes it difficult for your body to repair itself properly, leading to scar tissue – not actual tissue repair. Iodine supplementation may support the reversion of scar-like tissue back to normal tissue.
A selenium deficiency makes it difficult for your body to keep scars from turning into pathological cells. Selenium supplementation may support the reversion of pathological cells back to a more scar-like material.