Understanding Fibrin & Systemic Enzymes
Fibrin is an insoluble protein the body produces in response to injury or trauma. It is the body’s natural response to recovery. Fibrin performs important functions in the body. Although fibrin has many functions, the most important include clotting and wound healing. One of the first steps to wound healing is the process of blood clotting. The protein precursor fibrinogen is converted into fibrin, which forms a layer of connective tissue inside the damaged blood vessel. This is a normal process. To do this, the fibrin strands assemble into a net-like structure over the damaged vessel and harden, forming a “patch” or small clot to prevent further damage. While fibrin is meant to work as a protective function, too much fibrin build up can cause problems such as:
- A high level of circulating fibrin in the blood has the potential to accelerate scarring
- Impede normal circulation
- more serious fibrotic conditions or cardiovascular conditions
The human body produces enzymes responsible to support all biological reactions within the body. The different systems in our bodies including our cardiovascular, digestive, and immune systems, would not be able to function without the support of these proteolytic enzymes. Enzymes carry out chemical reactions necessary for simple everyday functions such as our metabolism, breathing, and even our heart rate. It is important for us to supplement with necessary enzymes when our bodies fail to supply adequately.
As we age, our bodies gradually become unable to meet the daily demand of producing enzymes. When this occurs, it is imperative for us to begin to supplement our body with the necessary enzymes to prevent havoc within. With the use of proteolytic systemic enzymes, they can increase the support of many conditions including:
- cardiovascular and respiratory health*
- the breakdown of excess fibrin*
- promote faster recovery *
- immune system regulation*
- healthy blood sugar levels*
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