Fibrenza Systemic Enzyme
Fibrenza is an advanced blend of 14 powerful systemic enzymes that are specifically formulated to supplement the body’s ability to dissolve fibirn, cleanse the blood, detoxify the body, and maintain a healthy inflammation response. These functions are the cornerstone of many anti-aging regimes.*
Fibrenza is best taken on an empty stomach with water (at least 45 minutes before meals or 60 minutes after meals).
Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules, twice daily. Your healthcare provider may also recommend an activation dosage of 4 capsules, twice daily for the first two weeks.
Advanced Therapeutic Dosage: Take 4 capsules, twice daily. Your healthcare provider may recommend higher doses.
- Less capsules per dose – Many systemic enzyme blends are often ignored by consumers as often times for more severe conditions, consumers are required to take doses of 6 or 8 or possibly more capsules/tablets per dose depending on the formula they choose. With Fibrenza, the practitioners we work with keep things much more simple. Mild to moderate conditions typically see benefits at just 2 capsules per dose and moderate to severe cases usually require just 3 capsules per dose. Very rarely do folks we work with need to go to 4 capsules per dose, and when they do, it tends to just be temporarily. We have yet to hear of anyone require higher dosing than that.
- Less doses per day – The majority of systemic enzymes in the marketplace need to be taken 3 times daily. Requiring the consumer to then find 3 different points in the day where their stomach will be empty for a period of 2 to 3 hours per day. For some consumers, such a task is all but impossible. It is only necessary to take FIBRENZA just TWO times per day, not three. This means one less time per day where the consumer has to worry about finding an empty stomach.
- Shorter time to wellness – Most formulas out there, even when taken for matters of pain or inflammation, require the end user to be on them for 4 – 6 weeks before expecting to see some benefit.
With FIBRENZA, reports of beginning to see some level of tangible benefits in as little 7, 10, or maybe 15 days are not uncommon.
Healthcare professionals worldwide recommend systemic enzymes for their ability to dissolve fibrin, promote natural inflammatory response, cleanse the body of impurities, and modulate the immune system.*
Enzymes are required for all living functions, including eating, breathing, and sleeping. The body produces its own enzymes to support these functions. As we age, the body’s ability to produce sufficient levels of enzymes to maintain optimal health significantly decreases. Insufficient levels of enzymes may lead to excess fibrin buildup, impurities in the cardiovascular system, systemic inflammation, fatigue, and other symptoms of chronic illness.*
Systemic enzymes are generally well tolerated, when taken in extremely high doses. Some users may experience detoxification problems such as nausea, headache, fatigue, or other flue-like symptoms. This detoxification is a healthy process for the body and is normally mild in nature. Symptoms may be reduced by increasing water consumption or temporarily reducing dosage.*
Additional potency – Another piece to the puzzle is that we are bringing to the marketplace two
ingredients that none of the other “elite” blends out there offer.
These are two extremely strong proteolytic enzymes that have a tremendous impact on the potency our product has as a whole. Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) and Seaprose.
SOD is not only a potent enzyme and fantastic antioxidant, but it is also the only enzyme out there that has truly made the full leap over from eastern medicine to western medicine here in the states. There actually are mainstream doctor offices that utilize SOD in their practices for joint pain and muscle recovery.
Seaprose is the “king of the hill” if you will. Boasting the title of being one of the very most potent proteolytic enzymes on Earth, the power this adds to our blend is unmistakable. Serrapeptase, known the world over as a very potent enzyme, actually has studies done on it that compare it TO Seaprose. One study refers to Serrapeptase as “close to” or “nearly” of the same level as Seaprose. Seaprose is the gold standard among proteolytic enzymes.