Serrapeptase-Protection Against Cardiovascular Disease

Written on September 1, 2014 at 4:41 pm, by admin

The number one killer in the United States is heart disease. We all know people who have suffered from a heart attack or stoke. Unfortunately one third of American adults have some form of heart disease, and some may not even be aware that they have cardiovascular disease. Serrapeptase is a  unique enzyme that has the ability to dissolve blood clots and digest arterial plaque, thus enhancing blood flow.

Serrapeptase has a unique history that spans about thirty years. Dr. Hans Nieper was an research internist from Germany. Although he was considered antiestablishment, he made significant contribution to the effects of Serrapeptase on blocked arteries. Additional studies conducted in Italy at the University of Naples confirmed Dr Nieper’s research that shows Serrapeptase as an outstanding alternative to traditional medicine to improve cardiac health. In Germany, Serrapeptase is considered standard medicine.

Serrapeptase is an enzyme that is derived from a silkworm. This enzyme destroys the tough cocoon so that the butterfly is freed. It has been used in Europe for a number of years to improve cardiovascular health with no side effects. In addition, it has been widely noted that Serrapeptase has anti-inflammatory agents.