Saturday, July 22, 2017

Floracor #ProBiotic #PreBiotic #Intestinal #Candida #Cleanse #SALE

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About the product
  • ADVANCED SYSTEMIC ENZYME FORMULA: Floracor-GI is a revolutionary blend of shelf-stable Bacillus coagulans of probiotics to support digestive immune health. In addition, it includes prebiotics and enzymes, specially formulated to help maintain a proper balance of intestinal bacteria, and prevent the overgrowth of yeast organisms, mainly Candida.* Once a well-balanced microflora is achieved, one can be free of digestive discomfort, sugar cravings, and occasional fatigue.
  • RANGE OF USE: Promotes healthy digestion and nutrient absorption, microflora recolonization, and healthy yeast levels.*
  • ACHIEVE OPTIMUM NUTRIENT ABSORPTION: The human large intestine is naturally filled with billions of microbes that protect against invading pathogens and help breakdown unwanted food matter. Without proper balance and activity of these beneficial bacteria, the digestive system and the immune system would not function appropriately. Floracor-GI supplies the body with an ample dose of beneficial bacteria while cleaning out the digestive tract of excess waste, excess Candida.
  • QUALITY ASSURED: All products by AST Enzymes are manufactured in the USA. All products are made in a FDA registered facility that follows GMP guidelines. Free of pesticides, chemicals, preservatives, animal derivatives, dairy, yeast, fish or shellfish, peanuts, and tree nuts. All individual enzymes are kosher-certified ingredients, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.                
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If you have IBS or anything similar this supplement works wonders. I highly recommend it. My suggestion if your in a bad way, take one a day for a couple of weeks until your digestive system calms down. Then taper off. I take one a week now and that's it. Amazing!

Thursday, July 6, 2017

5 Weird Ways Inflammation Affects Your Body

5 Weird Ways Inflammation Affects Your Body

You break out in pimples

You've always been taught that it's a combo of dead skin cells and oil that plugs a pore, mixes with P. acnes bacteria and—wham!—you've got yourself a honking zit. But evidence shows that inflammation plays a key role in acne. Researchers have found increased levels of inflammation at the cellular level of patients' skin even before spots appeared. "The skin is our largest organ, and anything happening on your skin is an outward manifestation of something going on deeper within," says Amy Myers, MD, author of The Autoimmune Solution. If you're dealing with acne, she suggests taking a close look at your diet. Often, an intolerance to some dairy may spur inflammation that can lead to breakouts, says Myers. She also notices in some of her patients that gluten may be a culprit.

You have terrible cramps

At least 85 percent of menstruating women experience a symptom of PMS every cycle, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Inflammation may have a hand in that. A 2016 study found that women who have higher levels of inflammatory proteins are more likely to suffer from PMS symptoms such as mood problems, cramps, back pain, cravings, bloating and breast pain. Because there's very little research on the inflammation-PMS link, says study co-author Ellen B. Gold, PhD, the exact mechanism isn't clear yet. But you may get relief from some symptoms by reducing factors that are known to contribute to inflammation, including smoking, excess sugar consumption and eating a high-fat diet. Other things you can do to help decrease inflammation, says Gold: be physically fit, stay within a healthy weight range and follow a Mediterranean diet.

You find it hard to go to the bathroom

Yes, we're talking constipation. You may just need to eat more fiber and drink more water to move things along. But if that doesn't do it, talk to your doctor. Inflammation that results after eating a food you're sensitive to can also create stool that is tough to pass, Myers says, thanks to an immune system that goes on attack after consuming that food. Or, in some cases, the constipation could be due to an inflamed thyroid—whether from pregnancy, an infection or an autoimmune condition such as Hashimoto's disease (the most common cause of an underactive thyroid, which affects about 14 million Americans, and is seven times more common in women than in men). That means everything moves more slowly in your body, including in your GI tract, which can result in constipation.

You put on extra pounds

When you have excess levels of inflammation, your body may respond by storing fat, says Myers. Add stress to the mix, and the elevated levels of hormones can change how your body processes food, leading to more fat and, long story short, an increase in inflammation in your body. Of course, a healthy diet is important to breaking the cycle, but reining in chronic stress may be even more critical, Myers says.

You have sensitive teeth

Sure, you've heard that poor oral hygiene can lead to inflammation elsewhere in the body. However, the opposite is true, too. One recent study found that your dentist can play an important role in detecting undiagnosed conditions including diabetes, which has been linked to inflammation. If not managed properly, uncontrolled blood-sugar levels related to diabetes can translate into tender gums, tooth infections (which may not always be painful) and bone loss around teeth. "Type 2 diabetes is one we often catch in the mouth first," says Houston-based dentist Carol Alvarado, DDS. "Often, patients are not even aware this is going on," she says. That is why it is so important to see your dentist every six months (or more often, if advised).

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Serracor-NK -Systemic Enzyme Blend Understanding Fibrin & Systemic Enzymes

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Serracor-NK -Systemic Enzyme Blend

Understanding Fibrin & Systemic Enzymes

Fibrin is an insoluble protein the body produces in response to injury or trauma. It is the body’s natural response to recovery.  Fibrin performs important functions in the body.  Although fibrin has many functions, the most important include clotting and wound healing. One of the first steps to wound healing is the process of blood clotting.  The protein precursor fibrinogen is converted into fibrin, which forms a layer of connective tissue inside the damaged blood vessel.  This is a normal process.  To do this, the fibrin strands assemble into a net-like structure over the damaged vessel and harden, forming a “patch” or small clot to prevent further damage.  While fibrin is meant to work as a protective function, too much fibrin build up can cause problems such as:
  • A high level of circulating fibrin in the blood has the potential to accelerate scarring
  • Impede normal circulation
  • more serious fibrotic conditions or cardiovascular conditions
The human body produces enzymes responsible to support all biological reactions within the body. The different systems in our bodies including our cardiovascular, digestive, and immune systems, would not be able to function without the support of these proteolytic enzymes. Enzymes carry out chemical reactions necessary for simple everyday functions such as our metabolism, breathing, and even our heart rate. It is important for us to supplement with necessary enzymes when our bodies fail to supply adequately.
As we age, our bodies gradually become unable to meet the daily demand of producing enzymes. When this occurs, it is imperative for us to begin to supplement our body with the necessary enzymes to prevent havoc within. With the use of proteolytic systemic enzymes, they can increase the support of many conditions including:
  • cardiovascular and respiratory health*
  • the breakdown of excess fibrin*
  • promote faster recovery *
  • immune system regulation*
  • healthy blood sugar levels*

Serracor-NK for Circulatory Support*

Serracor-NK is a powerful blend of antioxidant herbs, CoEnzyme q10 and magnesium with enteric-coated nattokinase and serrapeptase.  These two systemic enzymes have been studied for their fibrinolytic properties. This complete array of proteolytic enzymes, herbs, and minerals supports healthy circulatory and respiratory systems and normal fibrin metabolism.*
Enteric-coated nattokinase and serrapeptase, make Serracor-NK a unique blend. Most nattokinase and serrapeptase brands on the market are not enteric coated, which means they can lose a significant portion of their fibrinolytic activity and effectiveness in the acidic environment of the stomach. The enteric coating of our blend allows these sensitive enzymes to survive the acidic conditions of the stomach, thus allowing them to pass into the circulatory system maintaining high activity levels.

Key Ingredients in Serracor-NK

  • Enteric-Coated Nattokinase: A powerful fibrinolytic agent, known to support circulatory health.*
  • Enteric-Coated Serrapeptase: known to support the body in fibrinolytic breakdown.*
  • Bromelain: Proteolytic enzyme found in the pineapple plant; known for immune support.*
  • Papain: Derived from papaya, supports the body’s natural immune response.*
  • Lipase: Supports the break-down of fats into essential fatty acids that are needed for healthy circulation.*
  • Rutin: Bioflavonoid that provides antioxidant support.*
  • Amla: Natural source of Vitamin C, supports regulatory immune response.*
  • COENZYME Q10: An essential enzyme and cofactor in metabolism.*
  • Magnesium: An essential mineral used as a cofactor; support cardiovascular and nerve health.*
Serracor-NK supports fibrin levels in the circulatory system.*  In addition, the entire systemic enzyme blend is manufactured in a ISO 9001:2000 and GMP certified facility.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease