What Do You Know About Systemic Enzymes?

Honestly, until this morning I had never heard of them. How about you? There is so much in our world that we remain clueless to, unless someone brings something to our attention. I hope to enlighten someone today by sharing the link and information I found.


Systemic enzymes are those which are present in almost all regions of the body


Systemic Enzymes | Their Examples and Uses (studyread.com)

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Systemic Enzymes – Eric Bakker N.D.

Systemic enzymes help to regulate inflammation primarily, and are given away from foods or between meals. Systemic enzyme support can be defined as a modality which uses oral administration of exogenous hydrolytic (mainly proteolytic) enzymes of either animal (trypsin, chymotrypsin) or plant origin (bromelain, papain) in the form of enteric-coated tablets for supporting the healthy and normal inflammatory processes in the body.

Eric Bakker ND

General Applications for Systemic Enzymes For Your Health

Autoimmunity, colitis, Crohn’s, Hashimotos, SLE, R.A, etc.

Healthy immune system activity, stimulate phagocytosis

Helps fight bacterial and viral infections

Healthy blood-flow and circulation, speeds healing

Speeds recovery from sporting injury

Reduce muscle pain after exercising

Healthy joint function, arthritis

Reduce the amount of fibrin in damaged capillaries

To Improve circulation, to prevent strokes, heart attack

Coronary artery disease, angina

To reduce pain, swelling, inflammation

Endometriosis, Fibrocystic breast disease


Systemic Enzymes – Eric Bakker N.D.

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