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Systemic Enzymes – The Fountain of Youth

As we grow older, our bodies produce less and less systemic enzymes. Consequently, our need for enzyme supplementation increases significantly. Enzymes help us maintain strong immune systems, healthy and pain free joints, and proper circulation as well as healing injuries.


Inflammation is a normal reaction by the immune system to an injury or irritation. When injury occurs, the immune system senses irritation and creates a protein chain called a Circulating Immune Complex (CIC). This CIC causes pain, redness and swelling, the classic earmarks for inflammation. Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and many others) inhibit the body’s ability to produce CIC’s. The problem with this approach is that some of our CIC’s have other important functions such as maintaining the lining of the intestine for instance.

Systemic enzymes can tell the difference between the CIC’s we need and the CIC’s we need to be rid of. Instead of preventing the creation of CIC’s, systemic enzymes remove the bad ones which reduces inflammation and relieves pain throughout the body.

Anti Fibrosis

Fibrosis will eventually kill us all. Most doctors learned this in anatomy. Fibrosis is scar tissue. As we age, our bodies produce less and less enzymes. The reason for this is that we make finite amount of enzymes in our lifetime. As our bodies age, the enzyme output slows because without them we’d be dead. This is why, the older we get, the more important enzyme supplementation is. By supplementing with enzymes your body will remove scarring and fibrosis. This allows us to heal like we did in our younger years.

Blood Cleansing

Cells and organs dispose of their garbage and dead material including fibrin through the blood. While this fibrin material is supposed to be cleaned away by the liver, due to the modern, toxic lifestyle we lead, the liver’s ability to do this is drastically hindered. Consequently, the fibrin remains in our blood waiting for the liver to do its job. By “eating” the excess fibrin, enzymes improve blood circulation.

Neprinol Systemic Enzymes

Neprinol is comprised of two major proteolytic enzymes: Serrapeptase and Nattokinase. These enzymes digest cellular debris in our blood, such as fibrin and plaque. While our body produces some of the enzyme Plasmin (less and less as we age), designed to dissolve fibrin clots, it does not eliminate the arterial plaque. Serrapeptase is the perfect counterpart to Plasmin and digests and liquefies extraordinary amounts of fibrin. However, as it is able to break down fibrin 60% faster than our body can process normally, our blood may become thickened. Neprinol introduced Nattokinase to thin the blood and modulate the viscosity by dissolving the broken down tissue completely.