Enzymes and Arthritic Conditions

For almost 70 years, proteolytic enzymes have been helping with inflammatory diseases. In Germany alone, over two million people a year are successfully treated with enzymes, often have less pain and stay fitter. In the best case, enzyme therapy turns out to be life-changing for some arthritic conditions. Proteolytic enzymes are also included as part … Read more

The history of enzyme therapy

If you’re looking for healthy alternatives to the mainstream remedies that so many people lead today, enzyme therapy is one solution worth taking notice of. Over the last 200 years there have been a number of developments and discoveries which have shaped today’s level of knowledge concerning enzymes. For example, they were first used in … Read more

What are enzymes?

An enzyme is a kind of protein that serves as a catalyst in the process of chemical reactions in living organisms. Enzymes are vital to many biochemical processes within your body, including digestion and muscle production. Enzymes help proteins and cells work. Without them, we could go through life with a slower metabolism, and our … Read more

Bodybuilding supplements

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What are bodybuilding supplements ? Bodybuilding supplements are dietary supplements often used for the purpose of increasing lean body mass. Besides looking to  increase muscle, these supplements are consumed to increase body weight, improve athletic performance, and in some cases decrease the percentage of body fat. Among the most widely used are: Protein  Creatine Branched-chain … Read more

Pea protein vs whey?

Consuming the appropriate amount of protein has been of critical  importance for athletes to meet their nutritional needs. However, the quality of the protein  consumed also plays an important role. In general, protein quality is measured by the PDCAAS, which rates the essential amino acid (EAA)  contents and the  digestibility of a protein. For athletes, … Read more

Dash diet

DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. It’s currently promoted by the U.S.-National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, it was developed specifically to reduce blood pressure in those with hypertension .