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Posts Tagged ‘Proteolytic Enzymes’

Proteolytic Enzymes And Pain Relief

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013:

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 …  

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Does Good Nutrition Positively Affect Back Pain?

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013:

So much of our health and well being is directly linked to the nutrition that we eat. If we eat right and take care of ourselves then we stand a greater chance of living longer, healthier lives. And good nutrition has the potential to help you combat back pain as well. This article, from the

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Alternative Back Pain Treatment May Be the Newer Trend

Thursday, April 25th, 2013:

Back pain is a serious yet common problem that will plague 80% of the population at one time or another in their lifetime. Some individuals suffer from acute back pain that disappears in a few days or weeks, while others suffer from chronic back pain that lasts for months or longer. There are various forms

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Heal-N-Soothe Has Some Serious Backers

Thursday, September 13th, 2012:

Okay, sorry for the play on words about Heal-N-Soothe having serious “backers” … but it’s true.  In a previous blog post, I wrote about a natural pain reliever that leveraged the power of proteolytic enzymes called Heal-N-Soothe, that provides back pain relief and pain relief in general.  I also mentioned about all those pain relief medications pushed

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What Are Proteolytic Enzymes?

Sunday, April 8th, 2012:

According to an article on, Dr. Adam Dave mentioned that proteolytic enzymes are, in a nutshell, “a specific class of enzyme whose function is to break down protein.”  Okay, doesn’t sound too exciting, right?  Well, keep that thought while I get into today’s post.  And also keep in mind that proteolytic enzymes are the

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