Enzyme Therapy - A Look Under the Hood

Studying enzyme nutrition has been a passion for me. It has led me to writing a book on the subject. I have studied the dramatic benefits of proper enzyme supplementation.

Robert Mueller · July 30, 2019

 Enzyme Therapy - A Look Under the Hood

Studying enzyme nutrition has been a passion for me. It has led me to writing a book on the subject. I have studied the dramatic benefits of proper enzyme supplementation. If enzyme research establishes one thing for sure, it’s that enzyme therapy can reduce inflammation. Inflammation is an immune system response, which leads to a long list of chronic diseases in both animals and humans. It can even lead to heart disease. When inflammation rages unchecked in the joints or arteries, it can permanently destroy tissue and cause terrible pain, and can even lead to death. Enzyme therapy can bring significant relief and in many cases can be more effective than anti-inflammatory medications and without the dangerous side effects.

There is a difference between good and bad inflammation. In general, inflammation is how the body kills the invaders. Inflammation is supposed to solve the problem and then go away. When it is associated with diseases such as allergies and arthritis, the inflammation is chronic and usually harmful. The immune system attacks and destroys the animals own tissues. The immune system forms antibodies to destroy antigens, which are viruses, a fungus, or bacteria. If the antigen is, in fact, something harmless such as pollen, dust, wheat or milk, they are termed allergens. There is no reason for the immune system to attack allergens, but it does anyway. Likewise the animal's body can identify its own tissues as antigens form auto-antibodies. The result is an autoimmune disease. This response seems to figure in some unexpected disorders, such as heart disease and even cancer.

Enzymes may not be a cure for autoimmune diseases all by themselves, but they can bring tremendous relief and can help the animal live with the condition. Managing and controlling inflammation goes a long way toward limiting the harm that autoimmune conditions can cause.

Raw Food Tip:

Certain medications, chemical exposure, foods high in sugar and starch, increased stress levels, a compromised immune system and the aging process all contribute to the depletion of living enzymes in the body. Enzymes must be restored by the diet or supplementation to ensure good health and prevent complications. An all natural, raw diet such as the BARF World, Inc.® Diet, has all the living enzymes your dog requires to live a long, healthy life. Click Here to learn more about BARF World, Inc.® products and to order yours today! 

- Robert Mueller, Sr.

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Robert Mueller, BSc, Pharm. is a registered pharmacist, author of “Living Enzymes: The World’s Best Kept Pet Food Secret”, and co-developer of BARF World’s BARF Diets® patties, nuggets and supplements – the first company to make the Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods (BARF®) diet conveniently available to animals everywhere. To receive more articles like these in your email inbox,click here to sign up for “The Intelligent Pet” weekly e-zine absolutely FREE!

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