Middle School Students Research The Enzyme Serrapeptase

Serrapeptase is an amazing natural enzyme. Dr. Hans Napier, a German research scientist, was the one who formally researched the attributes of this proteolytic enzyme that is extracted from the gut of silkworms. He found that his patients recovered from blocked artery disease or atherosclerosis. This enzyme effectively dissolved the protein fiber that clogged the arteries. Serrapeptase is prescribed for many health conditions because of its ability to dissolve all nonliving tissue, and effectively reduce postoperative swelling and inflammation in the body. For over 25 years, Serrapeptase has been popular in Europe and Asia. Doctors in the United States are beginning to realize the benefits of this product. It is classified and marketed here as a supplement.

The evidence supporting the cardiovascular benefits of Serrapeptase has given hope to many people suffering from blood clots and clogged arteries. Dr. Nieper, M.D. studied and documented the effects of Serrapeptase on his patient in his book entitled, The Curious Man: The Life and Works of Dr. Hans Nieper  Another interesting study as done at the University of Naples. The department of vascular surgery confirmed that Serrapeptase was effective with inflammatory venous diseases. It was also noted that this enzyme was tolerated in patients.

Although the research information appears promising for many health conditions, it is always advisable to discuss the use of any supplement with your health care provider to determine if it will be beneficial for you. For more information, visit http://www.Serrapeptase.org.