Serrapeptase has so many incredible benefits, but did you know that it can help prevent heart attacks and heart disease? It is most commonly referenced as an anti-inflammatory making it a great supplement for inflammatory pain. We talked about serrapeptase and its many benefits to inflammatory pain here.

This miracle enzyme was first discovered in the 1960s after scientists were studying silkworms. The enzyme serrapeptase comes from the digestive system of silkworms, but today is formulated in a lab. It was discovered that serrapeptase could dissolve dead material made of protein without harming other living tissue. This ability has been the reason it has become a popular supplement for anti-inflammatory pain.

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Serrapeptase has been found to help the following conditions
• Arthritis
• Arterial plaque
• Heachaches caused by inflammation
• MS
• Lupus
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Psoriassi
• Emphysema
• Brochitis
• Pulmonary Tuberculosis
• Asthma
• Sinusitis
• Eye conditions caused by inflammation
• Injuries and trauma
• Post operative scarring
• Inflammatory bowels diseases
• Cystitis
• Fibroid tumors
• Fibromyalgia
• Fibrocystic diseases
• Varicose veins
• Cardiovascular diseases
• Subclinical chronic inflammation

Today we want to focus on how serrapeptase benefits heart health. Serrapeptase can possibly prevent heart attacks and prevent cardiovascular diseases.

heart healthFurthermore, it can cure atherosclerosis. This is a disease of the arteries where the walls of ther arteries become stiff and brittle from the deposition of plaques of fatty material on their walls. As the arteries build up with plaque and become more and more narrow, blood pressure increases. With increased blood pressure, the heart must work harder to operate, which could lead to a heart attack.

Serrapepetase has the ability to dissolve the plaque that builds up, safely removing the fatty deposits and fibrin built up on the arteries, with no side effects. In order to get this benefit, you should take serrapeptase for an extended period of time. It is also highly recommended you take this supplement on an empty stomach – take it first thing when you wake up. The important thing is that you do not have food in your digestive system because then serrapepetase will be used to digest the food and not work to clear the arteries.

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Categories: Supplements

4 Comments

Theodore Horner · May 13, 2016 at 6:30 pm

Sounds great, but I thought enzymes such as Serrapeptase could not be absorbed through the digestive tract. Didn’t the studies which showed the benefits of Serrapeptase involve intravenous administration instead of oral administration?

    AntiAgingCentral · May 15, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    A study indicates that orally administered serrapeptase (TSP) was absorbed from the intestinal tract and transferred into the circulation in an enzymically active form. Reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7917060

Richard · June 16, 2016 at 2:33 pm

What is the recommended daily dose for atherosclerosis?

    AntiAgingCentral · June 17, 2016 at 5:59 am

    Take 1 capsule twice per day on an empty stomach. You may take up to 4 capsules per day in divided dosages in acute need. Take the highest dose for 7 days until the symptoms decrease substantially, then reduce to 1 per day.

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