On a previous blog post, we discussed what proteolytic enzymes were. On today’s blog, we’ll be exploring them into more depth, discussing the signficance of proteolytic enzymes as natural pain relievers. That said, check out the article from the site Lose The Back Pain …
Proteolytic enzymes, also referred to as “proteases,” are enzymes that break down proteins into their smallest elements. If this breakdown of proteins happens in your gut, we call the enzymes “digestive,” because they help us digest our food. Systemic proteolytic enzymes, however, have a completely different purpose, so please don’t confuse the two.
When taken on an empty stomach, proteolytic enzymes will pass through the stomach or intestine lining and enter the circulatory system. This is why they are called ‘systemic’ – once they enter the circulatory system, they circulate throughout the body.”
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Systemic proteolytic enzymes can be considered natural pain relievers, as they function to reduce inflammation in your body. They function similarly to your over-the-counter pain killers like NSAIDs and acetaminophen. But without the potential side effects of such drugs. So the question is, would you rather go with a natural pain killer or with some OTC or doctor prescribed pain killer?