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NSC Immunition ImmZyme Formula - 200 Count - is a blend of oral systemic proteolytic enzymes. Systemic enzymes in ImmZyme are presented in a nutritional supplement to aid in promoting wellness as an inflammation fighter, pain modifyer, immune booster, blood cleanser plus the ability to break down excess proteins in the body which often contribute to food allergies and autoimmune challenges.
Caution: Do not take if taking blood thinners such as Coumadin/Warfarin or Heparin or if a chronic liver condition is present.

Inflammation Fighter, Nutritional Pain Reducer, Enzymes Immune Booster and Blood Cleanser with the Capability to Breakdown Unwanted excess Protein to also aid in Food Allergies

Dr. Sherry Rogers MD recommends Immunition ImmZyme as the "best form" of proteolytic enzymes in her April 2014 Newsletter, Total Wellness, available at www.prestigepublishing.com or by calling 1-800-846-6687.  Dr. Rogers writes: "...Remember this broke down antigen-antibody complexes in cancer cells, and reduced severe inflammatory conditions like lymphedema (dangerously swollen extremities) after surgeries (like breast removal). Currently the best form of it now is Immunition [ImmZyme]."

Enzymes are proteins involved in all body chemical reactions in all cells.  While needed in digestion to help break down protein to better deliver nutrients, proteolytic enzymes are also essential in the blood stream, tissues, organs and throughout the body as oral systemic proteolytic enzymes.  That means an oral proteolytic enzyme formula must have an enteric coating to maintain stability and a buffering agent to assure delivery into the blood stream in adequate amounts and ImmZyme has just that!

The primary nutritional benefits of the oral systemic proteolytic enzymes in promotion of wellness are listed below under Nutritional Benefits. IMMUNITION ImmZyme nutritionally contributes to healthy aging by providing enzymes that naturally decline in volume of production with age.  When combined with an outstanding immune booster such as MG Glucan, you give your body the nutritional gift of needed supplements to aid in promotion of wellness both in the immune response and for enzymes in the absence of sufficient amounts or strengths of each in the body.

Oral systemic proteolytic enzymes are best taken an hour before or after a meal to avoid being used for digestion.  Everything from the immune response to inflammation control to liver and circulation functions are positively influenced by oral systemic proteolytic enzymes.  The premium formula at a reasonable price with high quality New Zealand sourced chemotrypsin and pancreatin (not China  as in a popular competitor product) and superior buffering agents is IMMUNITION ImmZyme!

Listen to a Frank Jordan' Commentary broadcast on Sirius/XM Ch 131 weekdays at 4:26 pm EST by clicking on LymphaticSystemAndSpleen.mp3Inflammation.mp3, MRSA.mp3, and OralProteolyticEnzymes.mp3


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Oral Systemic Proteolytic Enzymes

Frank Jordan Commentary Script ( Broadcast nationally on weekdays at 4:26 pm EST on Sirius/XM Channel 131 )/p>

Everything from the immune response to inflammation control; to liver and circulation functions are influenced by Oral Systemic Proteolytic Enzymes.

To be optimally effective, a Proteolytic enzyme supplement must have the needed enzymes in a proper blend in an orally ingestible and stable form.  A preferred combination includes pancreatin, papain, bromelain, trypsin and chymotrypsin plus Rutin, with New Zealand the preferred source for pancreatin and chymotrypsin from outside the body.

The calming effect of Proteolytic enzymes on the inflammatory response is accomplished by up-regulating an anti-inflammatory group of proteins and peptides called cytokines that allow better cell communication, while at the same time calming body inflammation. By calming body inflammation, pain levels are likewise significantly reduced for many and especially those associated with issues such as fibromyalgia, arthritis and aging.

Proteolytic enzymes additionally enhance the white immune cells ability to better recognize and attack bacteria, viruses and cancer cells; the latter by eliminating cell protein layers disguising the pathogenic cancer cells. The Proteolytic enzymes also enhance the immune response by promoting formation of Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF-alpha), interleukin I-b and interleukin 6.

In contrast to digestive enzymes, Oral Systemic Proteolytic Enzymes supplements must be enteric coated to delay and prevent breakdown during the digestive process prior to entering the bloodstream for delivery where needed in the body.

How effective are proteolytic enzymes? Macrophage activity was increased up to 700 percent in less than fifteen minutes in a German in-vitro study with a combination of enzymes pancreatin, papain, bromelain, trypsin and chymotrypsin. Natural Killer (NK) Cells in this same study increased 1,500 percent in the same time frame.  Proteolytic enzymes have minimum, if any, negative effects on healthy cells in stark contrast to most drugs, radiation and chemotherapy.

The proteolytic enzymes also bind to and degrade the cellular debris in the blood stream, creating clear and optimum blood flow to regain proper nutrient and oxygen delivery with resulting increased energy and improved circulation.

Because blood clots are in the blood stream and made of fibrin protein that has bound and bunched together, proteolytic enzymes are nutritionally beneficial in resolving such blockages and other necrotic or dead matter that accumulates in the blood vessels.

Do not take if on prescription blood thinners or clot reduction medicines. To provide needed enzymes, eat a diet emphasizing raw foods.  Avoid excess sugar and white refined products that stress the endocrine organs needed to provide enzymes.

I suggest using NSC Systemic Immunition ImmZymes.Dr. Sherry Rogers MD recommends Immunition ImmZyme as the "best form" of proteolytic enzymes in her April 2014 Newsletter, "Total Wellness. Boost the immune response while reducing pain on the road to being Healthy, Wealthy and Wise.


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Enzyme Therapy

by Mary Laredo (Originally published on News Target Website on January 4 2008)

Enzymes are molecules that act as catalysts for all chemical reactions within the body and are necessary to sustain life. There are two basic categories: digestive enzymes which work in the stomach breaking down food particles before their nutrients can be absorbed, and metabolic (or systemic) enzymes whose primary work begins in the bloodstream digesting foreign debris before traveling to bodily tissues to continue this and other functions.

A chronic deficiency of enzymes weakens the immune system, contributes to illness, and ultimately promotes diseases such as cancer. Both enzyme types are produced in the body but are also present in raw foods and through oral supplementation. To achieve and maintain optimum health, an adequate supply of both forms is fundamental.

There are twenty-two different types of enzymes produced in the body, primarily by the pancreas, and this production diminishes as we age (1). The three basic digestive enzymes are amylase, lipase, and protease which breakdown carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Additionally, cellulose and lactose break down fiber and dairy.

These enzymes work in the stomach during the period of pre-digestion; however, when food is cooked or processed its naturally occurring enzymes are destroyed. Consuming denatured food overburdens the body as it taps into its ever-decreasing enzyme supply in an effort to complete the pre-digestion process.

When insufficient pre-digestion occurs, the body produces an excess amount of stomach acid trying to offset the imbalance. This contributes to acid reflux, heartburn, gas, bloating, and malnutrition (even in overweight individuals) due to incomplete digestion. Partially digested proteins putrefy in the intestines forming toxic substances. Once these toxins enter the bloodstream, they weaken the immune system and contribute to many serious health conditions as they accumulate in tissues throughout the body.

Consuming raw food, reducing the amount of cooked and processed foods as much as possible, chewing food thoroughly to activate enzymes in saliva, plus regular supplementation of digestive enzymes with meals will help offset the ill effects of an enzyme deficiency. Enzyme-rich food ensures its complete digestion and leaves the body's supplies available for other processes.

Complimenting the work of digestive enzymes are metabolic [systemic] enzymes which facilitate virtually every chemical reaction and cellular function of the body, including cleansing the blood and reducing inflammation throughout the body, among many other vital bodily processes. A deficiency results when metabolic enzymes are diverted for digestion requirements.

A weakened immune system due to an unmet enzyme deficiency allows for the accumulation of pathogens (disease causing agents) and carcinogens (cancer causing substances), and the body's inability to suppress or contain the growth of cancerous cells.

Nearly all pathogens, including cancer cells, are protected by a protein-based coating, or "fibrin", that makes it difficult for the immune system to identify and destroy them. This sticky coating can be up to 15 times thicker than the membrane of normal cells (1,5). This is where metabolic enzymes are needed. The bulk of these enzymes are proteases, or "proteolytic", which means they speed up the breakdown of proteins. In sufficient quantities, they digest the protective fibrin membrane and expose the cancer cells to the immune system.

Since the pancreas produces most of the body's enzyme supplies, supplementing with metabolic enzymes assists this often-overworked organ and helps stave off cancer. An ample supply of pancreatic enzymes should be taken orally between meals to ease the body's metabolic burden and conserve its enzyme supplies.

Unlike digestive enzymes which are taken with food, metabolic enzymes are taken on an empty stomach to facilitate their entry into the bloodstream. Due to their protein-digesting capabilities and health-enhancing properties, therapeutic doses of metabolic/pancreatic enzymes have been successfully used for decades to help treat cancer.

Historically, the case for pancreatic enzymes in cancer therapy was first established in the early 1900s by the Scottish Embryologist John Beard, who observed under the microscope that placenta cells resemble malignant cells as they grow in preparation for the creation of a baby.

Observing that the placental tissue stops growing at eight weeks once the fetus' pancreatic enzyme production begins, Beard theorized that a malignant tumor mass would respond likewise provided a sufficient quantity of pancreatic enzymes was supplied (2,3).

Beard tested his theories with great success using pancreatic juices to reduce tumors in humans and animals, and these findings were published in his 1911 monograph entitled The Enzyme Therapy of Cancer. His pioneering work was all but forgotten following his death in 1923 until a Texas dentist by the name of William Donald Kelley established a similar theory based on Beard's work nearly forty years later (2,3).

Kelley mitigated himself of advanced pancreatic cancer using a protocol largely reliant on nutrition and mega doses of pancreatic enzyme supplementation. He went on to successfully treat thousands of other "terminal" cancer patients; but despite his extraordinary achievements, he was ostracized by the medical community who refused (and still refuses) to accept that natural, non-toxic substances are effective treatments against cancer.

New York City cancer specialist Nicholas Gonzalez, MD began a case review of Kelley's patients beginning in 1981 while still a med student at Cornell University. This included research into oral pancreatic enzymes for cancer treatment, and eventually led to his own practice utilizing the enzyme approach with advanced cancer patients. He continues to treat his patients with natural therapies and enzymes based on the work of Beard and Kelley (4).

Healthy individuals can take small doses of both digestive enzymes with meals and metabolic enzymes on an empty stomach in order to maintain health and prevent a deficiency over time. Pregnant women should always consult a health care provider before beginning a regime of supplementation with small doses, gradually increasing until maximum benefits are felt. Supplementing between meals with as many as 40-60 systemic enzymes as a daily therapeutic dose for cancer patients is not uncommon (3,4,5). A natural health care practitioner can assist in deciding the proper supplement type and dosage.

References: (Listed below, John Diamond MD, now deceased, was and Dr. William Lee Cowden MD is a member of the Healthy, Wealthy and Wise Health Team.

1. Diamond, M.D., W. John, and Dr. William Lee Cowden MD: Cancer Diagnosis, What To Do Next. Tiburon, CA: Alternative Medicine.com, Inc., 241-6, 2000

2. Fonorow, O.:The Mitigate for Cancer: Theory, History and Treatment. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, June 2004

3. Kelley, Wm. DDS: Cancer: Curing the Incurable Without Surgery, Chemotherapy, or Radiation. Bonita, CA: New Century Promotions, 3-13, 2005 Edition.

4. Gonzalez M.D., N.: Enzyme Therapy and Cancer.
(http://www.dr-gonzalez.com/history_of_treatment_txt.htm)

5. Wrba, M.D., Heinrich: Leading European Oncologist Discusses Systemic Oral Enzyme Therapy and Cancer. (www.stopcancer.com/enzymes_wobenzym.htm)

About the author

Mary Laredo is an artist, educator and gallery curator who lives and works in Detroit, MI. As a breast cancer survivor who shunned conventional treatment, she is writing a book about her experience with natural therapies and nutritional healing. Visit http://marylaredo.blogspot.com

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 3 tablets, 2 times daily between meals.

Capsules: 200

Serving Size: 3 Enteric coated tablets

Servings per Container: 66

Caution: Do not take if suffering from bleeding disorders or liver damage. Do not take if taking any form of anticoagulant medications such as Coumadin, Warfarin, Heparin, or Aspirin.  Do not take if pregnant or breastfeeding. Can be taken in conjunction with an antibiotic program.  Check with your primary care physician if you have any questions regarding usage.

Ingredient

Amount per Serving

% Daily Value

Enzyme Standardized Test Measurements

Systemic Enzyme Blend

840 mg

*

Total of enzyme ingredients

     Pancreatin

   

300 mg

*

8X / 56,000 USP

     Papain

180 mg

*

492 FIP

     Bromelain

135 mg

*

675 FIP

     Trypsin

72 mg

*

2160 FIP

     Chymotrypsin

3 mg

*

900 FIP

     Rutin NF

150 mg

*

A flavonol glycoside comprised of the flavonol quercetin. Rutin may have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticarcinogenic, antithrombotic, cytoprotective and vasoprotective activities

Other Ingredients: Cellulose, vegetable stearin, di-calcium phosphate, cellulose gum, silica and magnesium stearate

* % Daily Value not established    

USP Units are determined through standardized test outlined in the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP)

FIP unit is a measurement of enzyme activity according to test methods of the Federation Internationale Pharmaceutique (FIP)

GDU is a Gelatin Digesting Unit.       

MCU are Milk Clotting Units as a measure of the activity of an enzyme by its ability to cause clotting in a standardized amount of milk.

Warning:   

Do not take if suffering from bleeding disorders or liver damage

Do not take if on anticoagulant drugs such as Coumadin/Warfarin, Heparin, etc.

Do not take if pregnant or breast feeding

Do not take if in combination with Aspirin

ImmZyme can be taken with antibiotics

 

USP Units are determined through standardized test outlined in the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP)

FIP unit is a measurement of enzyme activity according to test methods of the Federation Internationale Pharmaceutique (FIP)

This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate or prevent any disease. If pregnant or lactating, consult a physician before using.

IMMUNITION NSC ImmZyme - Nutritional Benefits

    • Reduce inflammation including in heart health issues
    • Promote joint health through inflammation reduction
    • Provide mobility and range of motion enhancement
    • Reduce pain conditions including sports injuries
    • Cleanse the blood of debris including blood clots
    • Aid in detoxification by excess protein breakdown
    • Expose cancer cells to white immune cells by breaking down the thick fibrin protein coating on cancer cells
    • Enhance TNF alpha - tumor killing factor and interferon
    • Enhance immune cells to kill bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi as protein/amino acid based pathogens
    • Enhance immune cells in digestive enzyme activities
    • Fungi, molds, viruses and bacteria are protein/amino acid-based and are digested by proteolytic enzymes
    • Break down undigested protein immune cell clusters CIC's) for autoimmune aid and better cancer cell detection
    • Dissolve scar tissue made of protein
    • Food allergy minimization through protein breakdown to non-allergenic levels

IMMUNITION NSC ImmZyme - Systemic Enzyme Formula - Pricing

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For Information on SuperZymes Digestive Enzymes to nutritionally aid in creating proper acidity and adequate enzyme population in avoiding heartburn, indigestion, bloating, gas, Gerd, reflux and more, click on SuperZymes.

 

 

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