Fibrenza Series 12: Lipase Enzyme

Lipase enzymes break down and metabolize fats. Your body makes different types of lipases, it targets different types of fats, and converts fats into different types of fatty acids, and it’s very important to have lipases within your gut itself because…

Enzyme Series 11: Amylase Enzyme

Ever heard that digestion begins in the mouth? Read on to learn more about the important role of amylase in saliva and digestion.

Enzyme Series 10: Superoxide Dismutase

Superoxide dismutase, or SOD is important for detoxification and oxidative damage. Why might one find superoxide dismutase in a systemic enzyme product, or what does it do? Why would we want to take it, possibly? Keep reading to find out…

Enzyme Series 9: Serrapeptase Enzyme

Serrapeptase can be made in the gut, so it can be natural. But it’s typically found in silkworms to break out of the cocoon. It’s known to have anti-inflammatory, antiedemic effects, and…

Enzyme Series 8: Trypsin Enzyme

Trypsin is also made by the pancreas and is a digestive enzyme. It also works well against things like osteoarthritis and reducing joint inflammation. In some places they use it for…

Enzyme Series 7: Pancreatin Enzyme

Pancreatin is actually kind of a collection of a few different enzymes. Their primary role is for digestion. Your body secretes a couple liters of pancreatin throughout the day into the duodenum itself through the pancreas. Their primary role is in digesting food and breaking down…

Enzyme Series 6: Pepain Enzyme

Ever been to a Brazilian steakhouse? Well pepain is usually served via papaya to help you digest all that meat! Turns out there are many benefits of pepsin for digestion and…

Enzyme Series 5: Seaprose Enzyme

Seaprose is a very powerful proteolytic enzyme. From mucus build up to gout and inflammation, seaprose has many benefits. Continue reading to learn more..

Enzyme Series 4: Peptidase Enzyme

Peptidase is also a type of protease enzyme, which means that it breaks down proteins, but peptidase is responsible for taking the middle, mid-size chunks of proteins. But how does it help with allergies and allergic reactions?

Enzyme Series 3: Nattokinase Enzyme

Nattokinase basically turns you into a samurai. It is good for heart disease, blood pressure, circulation issues, but what about …

Enzyme Series 2: Bromelain Enzyme

Bromelain is an enzyme that is found in pineapple and is common in digestive enzymes. But you may not be getting it if you don’t eat this part of the pineapple…

Enzyme Series Series 1: Protease Enzyme

Protease is an enzyme that breaks down protein. You’ll likely see this in digestive or systemic enzymes. Having a variety of proteases in important, so people need to understand that protease doesn’t mean it breaks down protein in the same spot, so every protease enzyme has a different…

10 Stoic Quotes That Will Cause You To Smash Your Mental Blocks

Stoicism has been used most effectively by both slaves and Emperors. By athletes and business executives. By fighter pilots taken captive. By people from every walk of life you could think of for thousands of years.  In other words, as Ryan Holiday would say, it works. Yes, it’s a philosophy. But it’s more like an operating system for human beings.

Microbiome Part 3: Gut-Brain Connection

All right. We are onto the next subject, and one that often gets overlooked when we’re talking about microbiome, or gut health, or any of those topics, is the link to the brain. There’s a term that you as the reader might have come across in the past.

Microbiome Part 2: Leaky Gut

All right. We have a very popular topic here to talk about in the functional health world, and that is “leaky gut”. I’ll put that in quotes also because that’s a commonly thrown around term where I don’t know if people who use it often even understand really what it means or what it is. Before we go further, what is leaky gut, as defined from a biological standpoint?

Microbiome Part 1: What Is It?

So we’re gonna start with the basics. What is the ‘microbiome,’ and I put that in quotes, because that word is used a lot. When someone says ‘microbiome’ or we read ‘microbiome’ on something, what, exactly, does that mean?

A Brief History and Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

There is a lot to be learned from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is a system that has survived for nearly 2,000 years because it works. It will continue to survive and, in fact, thrive as we apply science and rigor to it and discover that there is a great deal of wisdom in a system which has long held that the mind, body and spirit are all integral to health and well being.

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