CardioPeptase is widely used in Europe and Asia as a safe and effective alternative to non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs)
like salicylates (aspirin), ibuprofen (Advil™ and Motrin™), acetaminophen (Tylenol™), and COX-2 inhibitors (Celebrex™ and
Vioxx™). Not only does CardioPeptase reduce or eliminate ongoing inflammation and pain, but it is proven to remove atherosclerotic-plaque
deposits from arteries, break down fibrous heart blockages, digest dead tissue and blood clots, clear excess mucous from the
sinuses and lungs, reduce or eliminate cysts or fibrous growths, relieve migraines and eliminate swelling. Wow! Equally amazing
is why it works so well.
CardioPeptase is a proteolytic enzyme, which is a fancy way of saying that it belongs to a class of molecular machine shops
that assemble or disassemble things. The body uses enzymes for all sorts of tasks, such as trypsin and amylase which help
break down food. “Proteolytic” means that CardioPeptase breaks proteins apart, which makes it useful for cleaning out the
circulatory system and for reducing inflammation and pain.
Some years ago it was discovered that CardioPeptase breaks down arterial plaque, a combination of cholesterol, protein, and
calcium clogging the inner lining of arteries and the heart that often leads to heart attacks or strokes. Traditional treatments
involve a lifelong dependence on expensive or dangerous drugs, risky surgery or stents, and radical dietary changes. Yet the
results achieved after a single year of CardioPeptase — confirmed by ultrasound — were so profound that it was called a “miracle
enzyme.” Cleaning up the circulatory system is impressive enough, but CardioPeptase does so much more!
When the human body is injured it only has a few tricks in its arsenal. Damaged tissue releases compounds called “amines”
to induce pain, a signal to avoid using the injured area, and swelling, to immobilize the region. This response mechanism
causes problems, which is why we take anti-inflammatories and pain killers, even when they don’t work well or cause liver
and kidney problems. CardioPeptase is a far better solution because it chews up amines, so swelling and pain are reduced or
vanish, and healing can begin sooner. (The inflammatory system is hijacked in certain types of cancer, which is why aspirin
and CardioPeptase may either protect or be active against them.)
Proteolytic enzymes are generally accepted as safe and have been used for decades to reduce inflammation and pain. Some enzymes
like bromelain (from pineapples) and papain (from papayas) are not only less effective, but may trigger allergic reactions.
CardioPeptase is allergen-free, well tolerated, highly effective, and known to be safe.
If you are plagued by pain or inflammation, are worried about heart or artery problems, have sinus or lung issues, or suffer
from migraines, then CardioPeptase is for you.
LifeLink’s CardioPeptase tablets contain 5 mg of serrapeptase enzyme (equal to 10,000 international units).