Circulation Enzymes – Oral Chelation for removal of vascular plaque for increasing circulation & reducing blood pressure for increased health & vitality.
Designed to support normal vascular function
Doctors and patients have reported that the all natural, BiomagScience Circulation Enzyme formula has reduced vascular plaque. Heart procedures to open blockages were canceled. Individuals have reported leg circulation problems overcome. Taken as a supplement, circulation has improved in all areas of the body. Results not typical.
It has been recommended to do the BiomagScience Circulation Enzymes for certain minimum periods. For example, someone in their mid-twenties to mid-thirties should do the therapy for 2-3 months, while middle-aged to older individuals should do the therapy for 3-4 months to a year. Then, for continued maintenance, take the Enzymes a least 1 1/2 months each year thereafter.
Most middle-aged individuals show no signs or symptoms of vascular plaque, however, due to the general nature of their diet and lifestyle, find their cholesterol level high, which is one of the indicators of a future heart attack because of vascular plaque. Nominally, a change of diet, increased activity or sometimes a cholesterol-reducing drug is prescribed.
Like the Power Wafers that are worn on the Daytime Therapy placement, for high vitality and Prevention, BiomagScience Circulation Enzymes are an excellent preventative measure to make sure you are dealing with your vascular plaque before it builds up to a dangerous level. It is advised that everyone over the age of twenty-five do the Enzymes for six months and then several months each year thereafter to maintain a high state of health.
Peter Kulish, Founder of BiomagScience Institute explains:
In our devotion to make available the very best in real health care products, I believe the Circulation Enzymes are one of the most important supplements we are able to offer. Vascular plaque is one of the most devastating health conditions that exist throughout the majority of the population.
Here’s a formula that has shown remarkable and quick results in combating this ubiquitous condition. I recommend that the Enzymes be used with the Daytime therapy, magnetized water, and MSO for the most thorough therapy response. Best of Health.
For an understanding of Vascular Plaque, please read the following:
Arteriosclerosis is a term that encompasses many conditions that is a result of thickening of artery walls. The most significant is atherosclerosis, commonly a precursor to heart disease that involves a buildup of fatty substances, which along with its complications, account for over one-third of illness deaths in America. It is a degenerative condition of the arteries characterized by variable combinations of changes to the intima (the interior wall of arteries to cause the size of the blood vessel to be reduced. This in turn, may result in any number of serious health complications including: high blood pressure, weak and/or wide pulse, angina, leg cramps, mental deterioration, general weakness or dizziness. What is frightening about this slowly progressing condition is that it may not present symptoms until it is too late.
Though several theories exist, there is no consensus on how atherosclerosis develops. One prominent theory suggests that damage to the artery wall from factors such as a weakened immune system, viral, physical hypertension, hyperglycemia, blood turbulence, free radicals, chemical or drug factors lead to atherosclerosis. Lipoproteins adhere to the lesion causing further damage to the blood vessel’s structural integrity, promoting further adhesion of cholesterol that them attract white blood cells and platelets. They release growth factors that may or may not cause a migration of smooth muscle cells from the interior of the blood vessel wall itself towards the lesion of the intima and replicate. The process continues as these cells deposit their own cellular waste along with the continued adhesion of cholesterol and its constituent low Density Lipoproteins (LDL) and undigested fats that may continue until it eventually blocks the artery. It may also subsequently be hardened by calcium as in arteriosclerosis. This buildup of potentially life threatening materials is commonly known as plaque.
Problems of Vascular Plaque
Again, this is but one of the many theories of how atherosclerosis develops. There is, however, a much clearer picture of the risk factors relating to the condition. They include: hypertension, elevated blood lipid levels, especially cholesterol and triglycerides, high fat diets (especially unsaturated and hydrogenated fats and oils), obesity, diabetes mellitus, smoking, high stress levels, genetic predispositions, sedentary lifestyles, aging, women after menopause, psoriasis sufferers and the male sex. Between the ages of 35 and 44, the death rate of white males is 6 times that of females.
Reports of Plaque
Autopsies of Scandinavian newborns revealed that 97% has some degree of arterial thickening. Fatty streaks, oftentimes the precursors of atherosclerotic plaques, appear in human arteries within the first decade of life. Some disappear while other progress to health complications. Autopsies of Vietnam era veterans revealed significantly more fatty streaks than their World War II counterparts. One school of thought that is advanced for this discrepancy involves the milk we drink. The pasteurization process involves high temperatures that kill the viable, naturally occurring enzymes such as amylase and lipase that would otherwise have assisted in the digestion of this fat containing food. This consideration is not limited to milk. The cooking/processing of all foods has this same enzyme destroying effect. Yes, the body does produce its own enzymes. However, this ability is not developed in infants, nor is it adequate in adults.
The references to raw fat and blubber-eating Eskimos not having cardiovascular related health problems can be attributed to the enzyme activity that is available in their almost exclusive raw meat diet. As civilization has encroached on their society, many Eskimos have adopted a lifestyle inconsistent with their Eskimo name that means “he eats it raw.”
The result is the appearance of a number of diseases not previously observed including artiosclerosis. This phenomenon is not limited to the Eskimos. Numerous primitive cultures, who have abandoned their traditional eating habits for today’s supposedly healthier, contaminant free, enzyme-depleted, cooked and processed food diets, have seen their health decline.
Burden of enzyme production
The excess burden of producing higher levels of digestive and metabolic enzymes as a result of cooked/processed diets may lead to a burnout of the body’s enzymes producing capabilities. It is estimated that 50% of Americans in their forties and older have low stomach acid and enzyme-producing capabilities, and thus poor digestion. The resulting leaky gut syndrome can account for high levels of undigested fats flowing through the bloodstream contributing to ateriosclerotic conditions. It is very important to address proper digestion as a preventative measure for this and a host of other health disorders, including arthritis.
BiomagScience Circulation Enzymes have shown support in removal of the plaque in all of the above issues. Use with the Institute BioMagnets is reported to give more rapid overall results.
BiomagScience Circulation Enzymes and magnetic therapy are intended to benefit normal structure and function and are not prescribed as treatment for medical or psychological conditions, nor for diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, nor to apply medical, mental health or human development principles.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
A bottle is sold with one months supply.
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