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Not All Enzyme Treatments for Pulmonary Fibrosis, COPD and IPF Are Equal: Results Come From Quality Enzymes - Biomedic Labs Rx LLC
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Not All Enzyme Treatments for Pulmonary Fibrosis, COPD and IPF Are Equal: Results Come From Quality Enzymes

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You may be fed up with traditional treatment options for Pulmonary FibrosisCOPD, and IPF and you are ready to try some alternatives including systemic enzymes. However, you may also feel wary of the effectiveness of supplements. Before you invest in enzymes be sure you know the facts about how they work and that you are getting quality systemic enzymes that your body easily puts to work.


It is important to note that systemic enzymes work differently than digestive enzymes. Digestive enzymes are used immediately in the stomach. Systemic enzymes such as serrapeptase and nattokinase are intended to work throughout the body digesting toxins like excess fibrin. This means they must move past the stomach and into the small intestine to be properly absorbed into the bloodstream and distributed throughout the body.

Because these enzymes must make it to the small intestine they need to withstand the acidity levels found in the stomach. Enteric coating protects the systemic enzymes from being attacked by stomach acids. Once the enzymes pass through the stomach and into the small intestine, the alkaline environment allows the enteric coating to break down and the enzymes can be effectively absorbed by the body.


The enzymologist that develops enzymes for Biomedic Labs RX has 35 years of experience. This time and experience has resulted in the development of a technology called Bioactive Protein Peptide System or BPPS. BPPS is a technology that allows the enzymes themselves to be enteric coated not just the capsule, making more enzymes available to be absorbed by the body. Not only are these enzymes on the cutting edge of enzyme technology, but they are also made in facilities that are GMP (Good Manufacturing Process) certified and FDA certified. These facilities only manufacture enzymes so they are focused experts in their field.


Making sure enzymes that have not been damaged by stomach acid will significantly improve the overall results of taking enzymes. These systemic enzymes work to attack fibrin in the body and reduce inflammation. Fibrin is the initial problem for those that suffer from pulmonary fibrosis, COPD, and IPF. The buildup of fibrin in the lungs can cause the formation of hard scar tissue, which in turn can cause difficulty breathing and the development of mucus. Systemic enzymes work to prevent scar tissue as well as dissolve existing scar tissue. Enzymes that do not have enteric coating will not treat the problem or relieve symptoms as quickly or thoroughly as those that do have enteric coating.


Systemic enzymes also work best in conjunction with one another. While they each have important roles to play, specifically formulated blends work together to ensure the best results. Before you invest in an enzyme supplement make sure it is formulated to treat the specific concerns, such as mucus build up, swollen airways, and scar tissue associated with IPF, COPD and pulmonary fibrosis. In addition to reducing fibrin, enzymes will work to reduce inflammation and boost the immune system which in turn helps repair tissue.


Unlike other supplements and vitamins, the weight of the enzyme capsule typically measured in milligrams bears no significance. What matters for enzymes is the activity level. Activity level is measured in IU or international units or SU which is specific to serrapeptase. Activity level indicates how much of the ingredients are available to the body. Essentially IU indicates the potency of an enzyme capsule. You want to use enzymes with the highest IU number possible.


Not all systemic enzymes are the same. Biomedic Labs RX has personally seen ten years of positive and life changing results. They offer quality blends of systemic enzymes with high activity levels that are designed to address diseases such as pulmonary fibrosis. These enzymes are enterically coated and are made to be easily absorbed and put to work throughout the body. Serracor-NK and Serra RX80 are two systemic enzyme blends offered at some of the highest activity level available that specifically address problems related to Pulmonary Fibrosis, COPD and IPF. Don’t waste money and delay your healing by purchasing inferior enzymes. Start on the fast track to feeling well by using high quality, effective enzymes.

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