Protease Enzymes Part I – Laying the Groundwork for Clinical Use

Protease Enzymes Part I – Laying the Groundwork for Clinical Use

Laying the Groundwork for Clinical Use
Protease supplementation has been promoted for various reasons for many years – such as utilization of serum protein, minimization of scar tissue after surgery, countering muscle and connective tissue wasting, slowing and preventing progression of cataracts – to name just a few. Yet, academic institutions have long discredited its benefit. This issue provides an understanding of the nuances surrounding the practical, beneficial use of protease enzymes, as well as the potential risks; along with an in-depth explanation of the basic functions of proteases and their inhibitors, and the mechanisms of absorption for each.

Volume 18, Number 1
Fall 2000
8 pages

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The final incarnation of Sam’s official writing became the Health Realities Journal, published from 1994-2010. Each issue of this journal outlines the science associated with each topic in detail, but then also addresses related diet, supplemental, and lifestyle practical applications that can be used to address patient issues. Complete annotations are included for all scientific references used in their compilation.


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