The immune system in bodies of the elderly, weak or chronically ill is at risk. Their bodies are constantly undergoing inflammatory processes, which are basically normal immune reactions. Every time there is illness or damage is done to their cells, their immune system calls for immediate inflammatory reactions.
However, a cold or flu added to the burden, may trigger a prolonged infectious chain. As soon as the body deals with one infection, another one attacks the already weakened organism, making the body prone to a chain of infections. This results in a vicious cycle. In cases of weakened defense systems, even harmless colds can have serious consequences. The inflamed membrane tissues can hold bacteria that cause infections in the bronchi, nasal cavities, sinuses, tonsils and ears.
In order to be well armed, it is recommended to alert the immune system before going for flu vaccination. Enzyme combinations can regulate the immune system intelligently, improving the function of immune cells and substances so that they work in perfect synchronization against the antigen. Enzyme combinations are not like immune system enhancers that only fuel immune reactions, which, in many cases, may lead to additional problems.
Enzyme combinations support our immune system by boosting the defense reactions when they are too weak, but also stopping them on time, so that they do not go into over-defense reactions. Symptoms are reduced more quickly and do not lead to prolonged chronic illness such as bronchitis or sinusitis (inflammation of the nasal cavities).
By strengthening the immune system after flu or colds, infectious chains are broken and healed.
Selected enzymes combinations naturally place the immune system in alert mode and help reduce cold-induced symptoms. They accelerate the inflammatory processes so the infection heals thoroughly and does not cause chronic illnesses
The papain enzyme, extracted from the lactic acid in unripe papaya, has a strong impact on the immune system. Bromelain helps reduce the swelling in mucous membranes in the nose or bronchi, for example, so the trapped mucous is eliminated and the body can breathe properly again. Trypsin and chymotrypsin influence the flow of blood. Mucous membranes need proper blood circulation to allow the immune cells to arrive quickly to the damaged site when the system sends out the message of “help, virus alarm!” By studying the way enzymes work, it becomes clear why a combination of various enzymes, especially highly active enzymes, works better immunologically than single components. Enzyme activity is a way to measure their quality. Enzymes are a natural part of our bodies, and are generally well tolerated.