New Hope for Helping Chronic Diseases
Like Fibromyalgia and Fibrosis.
Includes Systemic Enzymes:
Serrapeptase – Nattokinase – Bromelain
Grapefruit Seed Extract – Papain
Boswelic Acid – NAC (N-Acetyl L-Cysteine)
Amylase – Glucoamylase
A 3 Step Answer that Works!
Step 1. Fibrin Enzymes – dissolves painful scar tissue. (Essential)
Step 2. Monolaurin - to help kill possible disease causes. (Helpful for about 70% of people.)
Step 3. Mind & Memory Formula - helps "brain fog". (Very helpful for many people.)
Step 1: Fibrin Enzymes – Essential
There are many possible causes of Fibromyalgia but they all involve:
A. Inflammation – from some infection or attack to the body.
B. Fibrin Production – one of the results of chronic inflammation.
C. Scar Tissue – from the excess fibrin, causing pain.
Step 1 – We have to dissolve this excess scar tissue!
How Scar Tissue Causes Fibromyalgia Pain
1. Regardless of the cause, inflammation is the result. Inflammation causes a buildup of fibrin – a living protein fiber in the body. If the inflammation doesn't go away, the fibrin eventually dies, packs together and forms scar tissue. The scar tissue (or cysts) builds up in the ligaments (fibromyalgia), lungs (pulmonary, COPD) and around infections (cysts)!
2. In Fibromyalgia, scar tissue develops in the muscles and ligaments connecting muscles to the bones. This causes stiffness and loss of flexibility. Even worse, the scar tissue begins to block the blood capillaries. This crimping of the blood vessels starves cells and they frantically send (pain) signals to the brain, causing fibromyalgia pain! The good news is that proteolytic (protein dissolving) enzymes can help dissolve this fibrin scar tissue! This dissolving of blood blocking scar tissue helps restore blood flow. The result is reduced pain and a restoration of the muscle ligaments.
Out of 10,000+ enzymes, we have found 9 enzymes that are good at dissolving the protein fibrin making up scar tissue. They also stimulate the body to increase its own production of scar tissue dissolving plasmin, making a great team.
People usually experience considerably reduced pain in the first 2-3 months and 6-10 months to help give people their lives back! While not a cure for the inflammation cause, we can deal with the fibrin scar tissue buildup, leading to the pain and suffering.
Fibromyalgia: The fibrin (the fibro of Fibro-myalgia) builds up around the micro-arteries where tendons join to the bones and partially plugs these tiny blood vessels. The combination of the fibrin tightening muscle tissue and decreased blood supply creates the ischemia pain. Fortunately, this aspect of fibromyalgia responds well to our proteolytic enzymes as they dissolve the fibrin scar tissue away.
Pulmonary Fibrosis and Scleroderma: Pulmonary Fibrosis (“scarring of the lung”) is the formation of excess fibrous connective tissue (fibrosis) in the lungs. Scleroderma is a connective tissue disease for the same fibrin reasons as Pulmonary Fibrosis. Obviously, the proteolytic enzymes offer the same answer as for fibromyalgia.
(Link to more: Fibrin Information)
Step 2: Monolaurin – to kill infections!
(Recommended, but effective in about 70% of people.)
Monolaurin is incredibly effective at killing all pathogen (bad) bacteria, bacterial infections and 14 viruses. This includes a leading suspected cause of fibromyalgia, Lyme disease. If there is Lyme disease or another illness leading to the chronic inflammation causing the scar tissue, monolaurin provides a good, inexpensive possibility at solving the cause!
We find about 70% of the people using monolaurin report a big improvement in the fibromyalgia in the first 6-9 months. Since it is not 100%, it indicates there may be other causes also. However, monolaurin is inexpensive and safe, with no side effects in hundreds of clinical studies.
(Link to: More Monolaurin Information)
Step 3: Mind and Memory Formula
(Not Essential.) Our protocols cover several serious illnesses – including Fibromyalgia. They work very well but it can involve 5-10 months for full results. The problem is Fibromyalgia can include mental fatigue and depression often called, “brain fog” (a lack of mental energy and focus).
We are finding that the nutrients in this blend can help give you a much needed mental boost while the protocol is doing its job! About 80% of reporting people say they are “getting on top of it” quicker, have better thinking ability and more encouraged to stay with the protocol to get results! We list the nutrient blend the body needs to make…
The Essential “4 Brain Chemicals”
Dopamine – ALC – Serotonin – GABA.
These all work together to help the neurons fire, memory, reducing stress, helping to restore control of your life back to you!
(Link to: Mind and Memory Information“.)
“IT’S THE PAIN, STUPID! – That’s what I wanted to say to people who couldn’t / wouldn’t understand what I was going through – including the doctors I was unlucky to get. Finally, I saw the info on PPT Health and it made sense – at least enough to try, 10 years pain is enough! Started the Bio-Fibrin protocol (decided to add the monolaurin in case it was from Lyme or something). Just a note: If I did it over, I’d do a slower startup – I just wanted help quick.
From month 2 on, felt better, little more energy – but not much less pain. It was about 2 ½ – 3 months that big changes in less pain happened. By 5 months, I could tell it was still there but almost had to think about it to notice. At 7 months now and can’t believe I have a life again! Not sure how long I’ll go but will probably continue a little since it’s cheap enough.” – Allan R. ND
(Link to many more: Testimonies.)
Is This a Cure?
No one can legitimately make a ‘cure’ claim since no one is sure what causes fibromyalgia in the first place. Unfortunately, this means that no one can be sure they are completely free or cured of fibromyalgia. However, we can deal with the scar tissue that causes most of the pain – and people are happy about that!
1. Serrapeptase – 104,125 SPU
Serrapeptase is a newer ‘rising star’ enzyme in wide clinical use throughout Europe and Asia for 25 years. The silkworm uses this enzyme in dissolving its fibrin cocoon to fly away. If it can dissolve a fibrin cocoon, we want it to dissolve Fibromyalgia scar tissue. Even nicer, serrapeptase is effective at dissolving only non-living fibrin (scar tissue)!
It also has been found to help reduce inflammation by blocking chemical signals called cytokines. This combination makes serrapeptase the cornerstone of a natural supplement for these illnesses. It even crosses the blood brain barrier!
If that wasn’t enough, we also love it because one of serrapeptase’s most profound benefits is its ability to block the release of pain-inducing amines from inflamed tissues.
2. Nattokinase – 1,500 FU.
Studies have confirmed that this enzyme also dissolves fibrin – including branched fibrin! It has proved helpful in chronic infections as the most potent fibrin-degrading enzyme out of more than 200 foods tested. In vitro and in vivo studies have consistently demonstrated the potent anti-fibrin effect of Nattokinase.
“Plasmin” is the body’s natural enzyme for dissolving a clot or fibrin. The properties of nattokinase are similar to plasmin and nattokinase enhances the production of the body’s plasmin! In vivo studies also show the activity of nattokinase is stronger than that of plasmin or elastase.
(Note:) Nattokinase does thin the blood by dissolving excess fibrin that made it thicker in the first place, so we recommend checking with your doctor if you are taking another drug blood thinner.)
An Additional Active Blend – With a Whopping 660 mg.
3. Grapefruit Seed Extract - Grapefruit seed extract (GSE) contains bioactive flavonoids (e.g., hesperidin, resveratrol, and naringenin). The GSE bioactive flavonoids help dissolve the cyst and biofilm barriers. The GSE is a protective barrier inhibitor and removal of barriers can enhance the effectiveness of antibacterial agents. Dr. Brorson’s research showed that:
“The highest GSE concentrations made the bacteria and cysts disappear completely, leaving only small uncharacteristic fragments. At lower GSE-levels the membranes showed herniation and disruption, and the contents had leaked out.”
Bromelain is the key enzyme in pineapple found to be in high concentrations in pineapple stems. It is a proteolytic enzymes capable of digesting the protein in fibrin. Like serrapeptase, bromelain is also effective in reducing inflammation by blocking chemical signals called cytokines, which promote and increase inflammation.
• Bromelain contains a number of fibrin-dissolving enzymes!
• Bromelain also increases the conversion of plasminogen into plasmin.
• Bromelain also prevents the conversion of fibrinogen to excess fibrin.
From the green papaya fruit, it has an important place when it comes to dissolving the protective fibrin scar tissue and cysts that some diseases form. Papain is able to dissolve up to 2,000x its weight in fibrin! We like that. Papain also has anti-inflammatory properties also reduce prostate and joint inflammation and reduce the swelling of prostatitis.
New, Additional Enzymes!
We have been working successfully with Lyme and other biofilms for years. However, the medical establishment has finally caught up with what we’ve known for years – other chronic illnesses can have biofilms! Now, the medical world has come to the revelation that MRSA staph, Candida, Epstein Barr, UTIs, E. coli, and many other chronic illnesses have biofilm protection!
In keeping up with research advances, we want to add some enzymes to our current Big 5. Some of these diseases use a little more polysaccharides and a few other chemicals than Lyme disease biofilms. As such, we want to add 4 more enzymes to our formula.
6. Boswellic Acid
Recent studies have shown that boswellic acid is important in helping preventing biofilms from attaching themselves to our body. In addition they can effectively inhibit the growth of biofilms up to 50%.
7. N-Acetyl L-Cysteine
One research study took 15 strains of Staphylococcus and found NAC was able to lower the biofilm formation (they called it a “slime” index) upwards of 40%. This makes it work well with the boswellic acid.
NAC, an adjuvant molecule in the treatment of bacterial biofilms, has an excellent safety and efficacy profile. NAC, in combination with different antibiotics, significantly promotes their permeability to the deepest layers of the biofilm, overcoming the problem of the resistance to the classic antibacterial (and Monolaurin) therapeutic approach.
8-9. Amylase and Glucoamylase
We are excited about these enzymes because amylase and glucoamylase add extra ability to dissolve the polysaccharide chains and layers these other disease biofilms build. In fact, one study analyzed of 7 enzymes known for cleaning efficiency of polysaccharides. The α-amylase enzymes were the most efficient enzymes. (Our Proteolytic enzymes above promoted biofilm removal of a larger range of bacterial species than polysaccharides but it is nice to have the amylase enzymes.)