Mike Mahler Restorezyme

Mike Mahler Restorezyme

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Systemic enzymes fight inflammation very effectively and have been shown to lower c-reactive protein (a measure of inflammation).* Managing inflammation will, in turn, result in less soreness from intense physical training and improved workout recovery.* Systemic enzymes are by far my favorite supplement for workout recovery and Restorezyme takes it to the next level. Restorezyme is beneficial for both men and women and I even give it to my dogs Grover and Rabia to keep them healthy and pain-free. The enzymes in Restorezyme are in enteric-coated caps to ensure serrapeptase survives the stomach for maximum absorption.

Benefits of taking Restorezyme daily include 

  • Inflammation and pain management*
  • Supports overall metabolic health*
  • Healthy blood circulation & cleansing*
  • Recovery from muscle soreness*
  • Joint and tendon health*
  • Improved immune system health*
  • Improved digestion*
  • Improved gut health*
  • Supports prostate health in men*
  • Helps manage PCOS symptoms in women*

Why Restorezyme?

Restorezyme enhances the body’s response to inflammation, metabolic activity, blood, joints, and circulation. The ingredients in the Restorezyme formula have been used for more than a decade by thousands of people as a daily dietary supplement.*

The elimination of potentially toxic substances from the body is an important part in the metabolic processes for optimal health.  A variety of health issues can develop without a proper store of enzymes or if toxins within the body impede enzyme function or availability.*

For example, the immune system can be overburdened with bacteria, fungi, toxins and even food particles that fail to get completely digested in the gastrointestinal tract.  In many instances, proteins the body detects as foreign initiate an immune response.  Recognized as antigens, the immune system produces antibodies to start the process of their degradation and removal.  After coupling with one another, these antigens and antibodies form circulating immune complexes (CICs), which induce attack and destruction by the immune system’s macrophages (cells specifically designed to destroy CICs). In cases where inflammation is prolonged or when CICs are predominant within the body’s tissues and organs, the body may not have enough enzyme potential to begin the next process of renewal and recovery.   Moreover, research has demonstrated that a lack of proteolytic enzymes may not adequately address a large accumulation of CIC’s in the body.*

To address this problem, Restorezyme has been formulated with an ample supply of various proteases to facilitate the body’s immune defenses and breakdown free-roaming CICs which can keep the body in a constant state of inflammation. Restorezyme also contains papain and bromelain, enzymes known for their potent systemic properties.  Enteric-coated Serrapeptase highlights this powerful mix of proteolytic enzymes with its scientifically proven fibrinolytic power.*

In addition to these systemic and digestive proteases, lipase and amylase also offer their own enzyme activity to bolster the body with extra catalytic energy, especially for the complete digestion of fats, sugar and protein complexes.  And for extra synergy, Restorezyme is rounded with anti-oxidant support in the form of rutin and amla, herbs well known for their unique bioflavonoid content, especially useful for tissue rejuvenation and recovery*

For nearly 40 years, serrapeptase has been at the heart of systemic enzyme therapy. Systemic enzymes such as serrapeptase have been used for optimal cell, tissue, organ and metabolic function.*

The reality is that inflammation affects everyone, men and women alike.  However, along with nearly all other tissue and organs, inflammation can affect reproductive tissue and organs particularly.  For instance, many women experience painful swelling of the breast as well as uterine fibroids.  In men, prostate health is a major concern.  Although inflammation in each case may manifest differently in both men and women, inflammation has one thing in common: fibrin.*

Fibrin is an essential protein that is produced during inflammation.  As a blood-clotting protein, the body utilizes fibrin to contain blood loss and keep infection at bay after injury.  It is the initial first step in the body’s attempts at recovery.  Nevertheless, when inflammation has gone on for too long, fibrin along with other proteins such as collagen can begin to transform original tissue into a tough fibrous matrix.  Differentiated and sometimes sequestered apart from healthy tissue, this fibrous matrix still has the biological markers of inflammation. Nutrients and other building blocks are still needed for healthy and normal tissue.*

Systemic and proteolytic enzyme research over the years suggests that fibroids in women and swollen prostate glands in men are indications that the body has not been able to get past inflammation.  The resulting fibrous tissue usually accumulates toxins that have not been adequately removed by the body.*

Enzymes are energetic catalysts that push essential chemical reactions in the body in the right direction.  In its quest for internal balance, the body always turns to enzymes for help.  In this way, Restorezyme helps get inflamed tissue over the hump.*

Restorezyme's superior proteolytic action assists the body in removing those larger protein molecules from damaged cells and tissues as well as the inflammatory response itself.  In helping breakdown these compounds, the impediments for sustaining healthy cell and tissue growth are removed and the processes for rejuvenation and recovery can move forward.*

Restorezyme Benefits and Sports Nutrition

Enzymes are energetic catalysts that push essential chemical reactions in the body in the right direction. In its quest for internal balance, the body always turns to enzymes for help. In this way, Restorezyme helps get inflamed tissue over the hump.*

Restorezyme’s superior proteolytic action assists the body in removing those larger protein molecules from damaged cells and tissues as well as the inflammatory response itself. In helping breakdown these compounds, the impediments for sustaining healthy cell and tissue growth are removed and the processes for rejuvenation and recovery can move forward. These facets of Restorezyme make it ideal for maintaining healthy tissue repair following strenuous physical training and activity.*

Sport- and exercise-related muscle pain and inflammation brought on by strong physical tension, excessive training, and heavy competition are decreased with “excellent results” due to the specific activity of systemic enzymes on exercise-induced inflammation.4 Taking systemic enzymes prior activity can also provide protective benefits to athletes who are at risk of injury, resulting in significantly reduced duration of injury symptoms and related absences from training and work. Systemic enzyme support also improves recovery from sprains, as well as shortens recovery from sports injuries severe enough to require surgery.5,6*

4. Nouza K. Physical activity and immune system. Systemic enzyme therapy in prevention and treatment. Medicina Sportiva Boh Slov. 1997; 6(2):41–45.?

5. Zuschlag JM. Prophylactic administration of Wobenzym to reduce consequences of sports injuries in karate fighters. MUCOS Pharma GmbH & Co, Dept. Clinical Research, Geretsried, Germany.?

6. Kerkhoffs GM, Struijs PA, de Wit C, Rahlfs VW, Zwipp H, van Dijk CN. A double-blind, randomized, parallel-group study on the efficacy and safety of treating acute lateral ankle sprain with oral hydrolytic enzymes. Br J Sports Med. 2004 Aug; 38(4):431–435.

Enzyme Activity in Restorezyme® Proprietary Blend

Enteric Coated Serrapeptase

An excellent fibrinolytic (fibrin digesting) and powerful anti-inflammatory enzyme*

Protease

Hydrolyze (break-down) proteins like casein, steak, gelatin, soy, fish and other plant and animal proteins to smaller chains of polypeptides (small proteins) and amino acids for easier uptake throughout the body

Bromelain

A collective name for the proteolytic (protein-digesting) enzymes found in the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus); known for its anti-inflammatory properties.  A good substitute for animal-based enzymes a good substitute for pepsin and trypsin for digestive support*

Papain

Obtained from the latex of the fruit of the Papaya tree; used for centuries as an effective digestive aid*

Amylase

Breaks down carbohydrates, or more specifically, starches, into smaller dextrins and sugars; produced naturally by humans, microorganisms and plants

Lipase

Catalyzes the break-down of fats into essential fatty acids needed for healthy tissues and cells*

Amla

 

Also known as Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis); a natural, efficacious antioxidant, and one of the richest sources of absorbable vitamin C

Rutin

Bioflavonoid; strengthens and tones arteries and veins; provides antioxidant support against free-radicals and inflammation*