Up to now, the war on cholesterol has been fought with such weapons as statin-blockers, strict diets, cholesterol-lowering medication and blood-thinners. That’s because, when we think of “Dangerous Cholesterol” we think of clogged arteries, particularly coronary arteries. Those at risk of heart-attack or thrombosis are usually put on blood-thinners and anti-inflammatory medication.

The Downside of Statins

The grand obsession, the main priority has been to fight high cholesterol at all costs. But statin-blockers, cholesterol-lowering treatments and blood-thinners don’t come without a downside.

Statin-blocking drugs block all cholesterol. That can’t be good. Your brain needs cholesterol to be able to function optimally.

Risk of brain haemorrhaging and stroke has been cited as one of the common dangers involved in using medication to thin the blood and to prevent clotting.

More Side-Affects from Statins:probiotics-for-weight-loss

  • Anaemia
  • Increase of Free Radicals
  • Muscle and Nerve Problems
  • Rhabdomyolysis
  • Acidosis
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Pancreas or Liver Dysfunction
  • Cataracts
  • Increased risk of Food-Borne Illness

 

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was such a thing as a natural substance that would more gently and safely lower high cholesterol and act as an anti-inflammatory treatment to eliminate pain?

The answer to this question has been found in a most unlikely place — in the teeny little mouth of a little creature that has already provided the world with the vibrant and sought-after fabric known as silk.

The Silk Moth

When the poor little silk worm wakes up from his coma, he finds himself transformed into a glorious creature with wings to fly, —but… trapped inside of a cocoon. Ahead of him lies the tedious task of escape.

Thankfully, nature has provided the silk moth (ex-silk worm) with an enzyme to assist with the jailbreak.

Long ago, a Chinese empress discovered how to unwrap cocoons to spin beautiful silk threads. More recently, someone discovered how to collect the proteolytic enzyme that helps break down the cocoon during the moth’s escape.

That stuff is called Serrapeptase.

The miracle-working power of Serrapeptase isn’t limited to dissolving cocoons.

Serrapeptase

The Serrapeptase in Serrapeptase helps the body break down protein which can decrease inflammation and mucous. It dissolves fibroids, clots and scar tissue.

It has been found to be useful for conditions that involve pain and inflammation. For example:

  • High Cholesterol
  • Back pain
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Tension Headaches
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Sinusitis
  • Atherosclerosis (Hardening of the Arteries)
  • Varicose Veins

Does it Work?

Ok, so Serrapeptase breaks down protein so that the body can use it or eliminate it. But, how does that help? Can a silk worm enzyme help in a human body?

The answer is a resounding, “Yes!”

Users have discovered for themselves the wonderful benefits of Serrapeptase.

Reports have been made that Serrapeptase relieves joint pain and back pain and cures major sinus infection. Those who have used it regularly report that Serrapeptase even lowered their blood pressure so that they were able to get off their risky statins. Happy day!

Who Should Try Serrapeptase?

Anyone who has sinus problems, heart problems, high cholesterol or anyone who has any of the aforementioned diseases would be wise to try this more natural way to control inflammation and reduce high blood pressure. That probably includes anyone over 45. And anyone who likes silk.

We have the hard-working little silk worm to thank for this miracle supplement. I bet he doesn’t have high cholesterol.


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