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November 19, 2016
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Hi everyone, Allan here with DeadPeopleDontDrinkWater.com
Enzymes vs. Nsaids
Well it's that time of year again. This is the time of year that is supposed to be the happy time of year. But, it's also the time of year when all of our joints starts hurting! The problem is, how do we relieve the pain. Most people reach for the aspirin which contains nsaids. They have no idea what nsaids can actually do to hurt them.
What Can Nsaids Do?Common side effects can include:
Headaches and dizziness
High blood pressure
Liver or kidney problems
People must be very careful whenever they take any medication.
Just What Does Nsaids Mean?The technical name is, (nonsteroidal anti -inflammatory drugs). These are mostly sold over the counter under different names. Some of these names are:
Some of the generic names would be:
Nsaids block the production of certain chemicals in the body that cause inflammation. Most nsaids do work all about the same. They help to relieve pain and inflammation. But as you just saw above they do have their drawbacks.
The FDA has strengthened its warning on nsaids saying you may have an increase risk of heart attack and or stroke.
What About Enzymes?
Enzymes are macromolecular biological catalysts. Enzymes will help to accelerate chemical reactions. In fact enzymes are required for everything that happens in your body.
When we eat a piece of steak, we might think, oh wow, I just ate protein now I can be healthy. But, until my body changes that protein into amino acids my body cannot use it. It takes enzymes to change or break down the protein into the amino acids yours and my body needs to survive and thrive.
What I Should Also SayWhat you read above in the nsaid part is not what enzymes do to a person’s body.
This Is Where It Gets Fun!Jeri and I have been taking a product called Joint Health for quite awhile now. A number of years ago I found the pain in my right hand to be so bad I ended up at the VA. They x-rayed my hand and found there was a very old major injury. It would require surgery. This is where the Joint Health product became critical in my recovery. The surgeon put me under installed five pins in my hand. A number of weeks later I went back to get the pins removed. I told the surgeon I wanted to stay awake while he removed the pins from my hand. There were five in total. He numbed my arm and preceded to remove them. 15 minutes later I was in the recovery room, he came in, asked me how I felt, I said fine. He asked me could I make any soft fist which I did. Then on my own I made a relatively tight fist. The look on his face was priceless. I was able to do that because I had been using Joint Health. That had taken most of the swelling, AKA, the inflammation out. My hand and arm just didn’t swell like the surgeon had figured. To this day I still use and my wife still uses Joint Health from Core Health Products in Scottsdale Arizona.
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Enzymes Are So CoolEach enzyme is designed to do only one or two things and that’s it. Kind of like, robots in a factory. Each robot does one thing and does all it does is all it knows how to do. Enzymes are a lot like that and they just keep working and working. Unless, you don’t feed your body properly.
If you’re not feeding your body properly enzymes will not be able to do their jobs. Again, kind of like the robots, if not maintained an oiled properly they too will fail.
So keep your enzymes maintained with proper nutrition and watering. And if the cold weather gets you to hurting please go to our affiliate site learn about the enzymes, why CoreHealth Products are the best, if you want give us a call we will be glad to talk to you about it and help you place an order to CoreHealth to get the product that 27 of the 30 MLB teams use to alleviate their joint discomfort.
By The WayShould you want to increase your results combine Joint Health with Protandim WOW! Works awesome together!
My buddy Shan Stratton, owner of Core Health Products, says, and I agree,
“If you do the same things today that you did yesterday, you will have the same problems tomorrow that you have today." It’s time for change in our gut to produce a better tomorrow.
Good News!We are now accepting sixteen new people who want to become involved in the field of nutrigenomics for long term benefits.
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