Proteolytic enzymes are produced by the stomach and pancreas and aid in completing many important bodily functions. They are often mentioned in mainstream medical journals as peptidases, proteases, or proteinases. Proteolytic enzymes benefit our health in several ways, such as:
According to a 2008 report published in The Independent, clinical researchers have discovered that eating JUST ONE DONUT fried in a common type of fat (hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO)) may increase your risk of heart disease by 23%. Moreover, the
The common notion that saturated fat and cholesterol are “bad” for our health began in the 1960s when the medical profession began to aggressively promote ideas such as the diet-heart hypothesis. Recently, this longstanding viewpoint is being challenged by several
Reader asks: “I am recovering from a serious heart ailment. How much organic sulphur should I take? Is the dosage similar to what is recommended for cancer patients as described on the Cancer Tutor website? Please advise.”
Reader asks: Can someone who has been diagnosed with congestive heart failure and has been operated upon to receive new blood vessels take organic sulfur and benefit from it?
Imagine: a compound found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables that shows promise in treating autism, cancer, and a host of neurodegenerative diseases. Please take note, however, that crucifers may have a dark side. Read on…
Sulfur amino acids such as methionine, cysteine, homocysteine and taurine help with the flexibility of connective tissue and are absolutely essential for detoxification in the liver and elsewhere.
In a 2013 article published in The Atlantic, the U.S. was ranked dead last among 17 developed nations that were rated with regards to overall health. The report stated that among those countries, Americans had: • The highest chance that