The Protease Blood Cleansing Program is a simple but elegant procedure using oral consumption of protease enzymes to cleanse the blood as well as the gastrointestinal tract. Directions: Take 10 capsules of Premier Protease with water first thing in the morning on an empty stom-ach at 8 a.m. Then repeat again at 12 noon. Do not consume any food for 10 minutes after taking the capsules. Repeat this procedure daily for 10 days.
Helps break down protein waste products in the blood.
Helps activate macrophages and natural killer cells to boost immune system capacity.
Helps destroy the protein coats of harmful organisms in the gastrointestinal tract and in the blood.
Supports highly efficient protein digestion; eating highly cooked food (food cooked over the boiling point, 212 deg. F.) stresses the body’s ability to digest as well as to make sufficient amounts of enzymes (including proteases); oral consumption of protease enzymes helps boost the body’s protein digestive processes as well as provide quality enzymes the body may be unable to produce in adequate amounts.
In poor digestion, incompletely digested food particles can lead to chronic illness by creating many symptoms. By eliminating incompletely digested food particles, proteases help eliminate allergies, fatigue, aching joints, skin disorders and much more.
By eliminating incompletely digested food particles, the immune system no longer has to continue to initiate a strong immune response to hunt down and destroy these irritant-like food compounds; thus the immune system can “rest” and return to a more efficient vigilance of the entire body.
Using proteases for more rapid cleansing of waste products helps the body eliminate inflammation and infection sites.
With protease detoxification, more efficient digestion of food means a healthier gastrointestinal tract with reduced blood lipid levels, improved mineral absorption, reduced blood glucose levels, reduced blood triglyceride levels and may even help reduce tooth decay.
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