Inflammation & Your Hormones
Inflammation is a complex biological process in which the body protects itself from foreign substances, such as bacteria, yeast, and viruses and some chemicals. It is a protective attempt by the body to remove the injurious substance and to initiate the healing process for the tissue. So, inflammation is actually part of the regenerative process. Without inflammation, wounds and infections would never heal and there would be progressive destruction of tissues. Controlled inflammation is healthy.

However, when inflammation is out of control, tissues throughout the body are at risk of being hurt by the inflammation. Generalized, out of control inflammation can affect any part of the body and interfere with the optimal health throughout the body including joints, muscles, heart, digestive system and even the brain. This generalized, out of control inflammation is referred to as systemic inflammation. Systemic inflammation has been associated with increased risk of heart disease, arthritis, lung disease kidney disease, Alzheimers, skin diseases, etc.

Systemic inflammation is also associated with increased occurrence of disease in hormone and reproductive related conditions such as autoimmune thyroid disease, diabetes, fibrocystic breast disease, infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease and prostatitis.

Systemic Enzyme Therapy
Systemic inflammation result in increased levels of small proteins such as cytokines, C-reactive proteins, circulating immune complexes immunoglobulin and amyloid. These proteins interfere with the normal function of tissues throughout your body, due to their ability to continue to cause more inflammation. The systemic inflammation can be decreased by systemic enzymes that stimulate the action of larger proteins called alph-2-macroglobulin (a2M). The activation of a2M by systemic enzymes helps remove inflammatory proteins, and promote the healing process. The research on systemic enzyme therapy is based on the use of Wobenzym®, a precise mixture of enzymes that are taken in an enteric coated tablet, so that the enzymes get absorbed systemically, and are not used to digestion of food.

Free eBook
To have a complete understanding of how systemic enzyme therapy can be used to treat inflammatory diseases affecting hormone health, Your Hormones is providing a Free eBook with detailed, and illustrated articles describing systemic enzyme therapy, and how it has been be used in the treatment of autoimmune thyroid disease, diabetes, fibrocystic breast disease, infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease and prostatitis.

Full Edition of Systemic Enzyme Therapy eBook
The full edition of the Systemic Enzyme Therapy eBook also has extensive detail on other health conditions that have been treated with systemic enzyme therapy, in addition to the hormone health conditions.

Conditions discussed include Alzheimers, angina, atherosclerosis, autoimmune thyroid disease (Hashimoto’s thyroiditis) Behçets disease, diabetes, diabetic nephropathy, eczema, fibrocystic breast, glomerulonephritis, gout, hepatitis, infertility, kidney stones, lymphedema, multiple sclerosis, myocardial infarction, osteoarthritis, pelvic inflammatory disease, prostatitis, psoriasis, pyelonephritis, respiratory tract infections, rheumatoid arthritis, sports medicine, tendonitis, thrombophlebitis, urinary tract infections and uveitis. A full list of references is also included in the full edition.

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