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Enzyme (Definition)

An enzyme causes the transformation of a compoond to another compound. In living structures, it is the transformation of a protein to another form. An example is from an inactive state ...Read more


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Is it safe to stop Cardiprin 100 mg when I begin taking proselytize enzymes and serrapeptase?

Is it safe to stop Cardiprin 100 mg when I begin taking proselytize enzymes and serrapeptase?

Yes...: From my point of view the answer is yes. The aspirin works on a different area of the clotting tree, but the others are adequate, especially if you want to avoid side effects with aspirin. ...Read more

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Does serrapeptase dissolve or help with large eye floaters?

Does serrapeptase dissolve or help with large eye floaters?

Serrapeptase: There is no fda approved medicine to help with floaters in the eye. Most floaters will dissolve or improve with time. It can take weeks to months to years for them to go away. ...Read more

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Is there anything promising currently in clinical development in terms of an injectable enzyme for treatment of eye floaters? Ocriplasmin seems to be a step in the right direction, albeit indirectly.

Enzyme for floaters.: Unfortunately, the ocriplasmin enzyme has very specific indications and really would not work for getting rid of floaters. The problem is in finding something strong enough to hydrolyze the floaters but not harm the eye. I am not aware of any research currently being done to treat floaters this way. ...Read more

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Few days pressure in chest other days bottom of ribcage hurts, high liver enzymes, prostatitis, floater in eye.. Im 26 any ideas?

Few days pressure in chest other days bottom of ribcage hurts, high liver enzymes, prostatitis, floater in eye.. Im 26 any ideas?

Re floater: The floater in the eye has nothing to do with your other symptoms. Commenting on the floater... The floater is a shadow that you see when light hits something floating inside your eye. Floaters are most often not a serious problem, but could be. You should see an eye doctor to determine the source and seriousness of the floater. ...Read more

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Does serrapeptase have antithrombolytic activity like nattokinase does?

Does serrapeptase have antithrombolytic activity like nattokinase does?

Yes: Serrapeptase is a fibrinolytic (and thus antithrombolytic) enzyme. As you mentioned, nattokinase is also fibrinolytic. Another excellent choice is lumbrokinase. See http://tinyurl.com/qdp485w and http://www.digitalnaturopath.com/treat/T447441.html ...Read more

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Why is serrapeptase not used to treat atherosclerosis?

Why is serrapeptase not used to treat atherosclerosis?

Serrapeptase: It isn't used because there is NO evidence that it is effective for anything. It may if real scientific studies are done but to the present there are none for any clinical use. ...Read more

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I am Hypothyroid and have Addison's Disease - is it safe for me to take Serrapeptase ?

I am Hypothyroid and have Addison's Disease - is it safe for me to take Serrapeptase ?

It's your business: You're seriously sick -- if you have real Addison's and are also hypothyroid, you probably have Schmidt's. You've got a duty to yourself and those who love you to learn how you body really works -- and educate yourself enough to be able to see through health frauds like "Serrapeptase". It won't touch your endocrine illness and if you stop your evidence-based regimen, that mistake could kill you. ...Read more

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Floaters (Definition)

Floaters are transparent shapes that can sometimes seen floating in the visual field and are due to deposits in the fluid of the eye. They can be normal or ...Read more