Medizym V FAQ's
What are systemic enzymes?
Systemic enzymes, or proteolytic systemic oral enzymes like Medizym® V , are involved in almost every metabolic process in the human body, especially helping the human body to maintain healthy inflammation and immune activity levels.
Many people use proteolytic systemic oral enzymes or PSOEs as non-drug all-natural and safe support to protect all organs of the body, including skin, kidneys, and liver, from scarring.
Enzymes seem to help maintain normal growth factor activities, too. When these activity levels rise, so do scarring and fibrosis. Studies show proteolytic systemic oral enzymes reduce levels of transforming growth factor-beta.
What are enzymes good for?
In Europe, systemic enzymes are second only to aspirin in terms of sales. Enzymes provide healthy support for your body's healing processes and it's natural ability to help normalize inflammation. Now the U.S. market has access to the same natural enzyme supplement that European's have known about for years.
Since the 1950s, more than 200 clinical trials have been performed on enzymes and have shown them to be truly an alternative solution to inflammation related health problems. Some of the really interesting areas for modern health include osteoarthritis, sport injury recovery and prevention, and healthy support for diabetes, endometriosis, prostatitis, shingles, and dental surgery.
How does Medizym reach all parts of the body?
As you will see, the enzymes bromelain, papain, trypsin and chymotrypsin are part of our nutrition. Normally, after ingestion, most of these enzymes would be disturbed in our stomach by acid environments and digestive enzymes. Proprietary technologies have made its possible for the enzymes from Medizym V to survive in the highly purified form needed to benefit organs and tissue. Once stabilized in tablet form, the enzymes must be protected with an acid-stable film to withstand the gastric juices of the stomach, so that they can enter the upper intestine in a biologically active form where they were adsorbed.
How much of the enzymes are absorbed?
We know that even at best right now only five to ten percent of the ingested enzymes from Medizym V reach the blood by persorption. That means that enzyme molecules pass the cell and between the cells to enter into the blood stream.