Enzymes The Heart Defender by Michael W. Loes M.D.
British researchers have found that having high antibodies to chlamydia pneumoniae predispose people to a second heart attack...
It was not too long ago that diagnosis of lupus was considered life-threatening. After months of joint pain, fatigue and rash, the shock of this verdict was devastating. The good news is that lupus is now manageable. Lifestyle changes and intervention therapies have made living with lupus less of a struggle and, in many cases, lives have been extended...
Sciatica - Lower Back Pain and Its Causes
You or someone you know may have experienced the searing pain of sciatica. It comes along with a burning sensation and tingling that runs down your leg. The natural inclination is to sit down, but the expected relief does not materialize, and the pain is in fact worsened...
Systemic Enzymes Promote Heart Health Among Women
In 2005, a landmark study in the New England Journal of Medicine refocused the issue of women’s heart health. The ten-year study definitively showed that aspirin does not protect women against heart attacks...
How Systemic Oral Enzymes Keep the Body’s Immune System Healthy
Your immune system rivals the brain and nervous system in complexity. This network of specialized cells and organs has evolved over eons of time as your body’s defense against attacks by “foreign” invaders such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, as well as possessing the ability to eliminate diseased and damaged cells...