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|Metabolic Systemic Enzymes - Serrapeptase
|Metabolic Systemic Enzymes / Serrapeptase
What is systemic enzyme therapy?
Systemic enzyme therapy refers to the therapeutic use of natural enzymes to produce a desired effect. Systemic enzymes are absorbed from
the small intestine where they enter the bloodstream and execute their effects on the entire body as a system.
What is a systemic proteolytic enzyme?
Proteolytic enzymes break down proteins into their building-blocks, which are called amino acids. Regular systemic proteolytic enzyme use can
promote healthy circulation.
Why is it important to take Serrapeptase on an empty stomach?
Since most absorption occurs in the small intestine, the systemic enzymes must bypass the stomach to gain access there. If the enzymes are
taken with food, they will likely begin working to break down your food within the stomach, rather than passing through to the small intestine.
Taking systemic enzymes like Serrapeptase with food will compromise their absorption, as well as their effectiveness.
Does Serrapeptase have an enteric coating?
Yes, the serrapeptase is enterically coated. While similar systemic enzymes may have the same active ingredients, most do not utilize enteric
coating. The purpose of enteric coating is to protect the enzyme from the acidic environment of the stomach. When enzymes are enterically
coated, their activity levels are more likely to be preserved until they reach the small intestine, where absorption into the bloodstream takes
place. While the enteric coating can withstand the acidic environment of the stomach, the alkaline environment of the small intestine will
disintegrate the enteric coating, allowing the enzyme to become active within the bloodstream.
Do you use phthalates in your enteric coating?
No, our enteric coating does not use or contain phthalates. At AST Enzymes, we use Methacrylic Acid Copolymer (MAAC) for our enteric
coating. Compared to other commonly used enteric coating agents such as Cellulose Acetate Phthalate (CAP) and Hydroxypropyl
Methycellulose Phthalate (HPMCP), MAAC is the most gastro-resistant and does not carry the same risks. Additionally, MAAC is considered
GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) by the FDA and is approved for use by the European Food Safety Authority. To learn more about
enteric coating used in AST Enzymes products, please click the “Compare” tab.
How long should I take Peptizyme-SP before feeling results?
The length of time to experience the benefits of systemic enzymes varies by individual. Some people notice a difference within days. For others,
it’s a week or 10 days. For long-term benefits, it’s important to take systemic enzymes consistently over several months.
New systemic enzyme users should start off slow, with one capsule, three times daily. After three to four days of proven tolerance, the dose can
be increased to a 2 capsules, 3 times per day. monitored, and dosage should be adjusted accordingly. Some consumers find their ideal dose
between 9-12 capsules per day, while others only need 3-6. There are several factors that may affect required dosage, including:
Time of administration (better absorbed on an empty stomach)
Adherence to regimen
What if I miss a dose?
Regular, consistent use of systemic enzymes will provide the best results, however missed doses of systemic enzymes do not have serious
repercussions. Although symptoms alleviated by systemic enzyme therapy may resurface, getting back on track by remembering to take your
next dose will suffice. There is also the option of incorporating another dose during the day. There is no need to “double up” on one dose. Also
remember, systemic enzymes are best absorbed on an empty stomach.
Does Serrapeptase have any side effects?
The use of Serrapeptase has not been shown to exhibit detrimental effects, long term or short term. Minor side effects may vary.
Gastrointestinal disturbances have been reported by a small percentage of new users, but once the dosage is adjusted, tolerance is
maintained. Minor allergic reactions, like reddening of the skin, are also rare occurrences, and can be seen with extremely high doses. There
are no known interactions with prescription or over the counter drugs while using systemic enzyme therapy. However, it is recommended that
you consult with your physician about starting systemic enzymes, particularly if you are on blood-thinning medications, or are pregnant or
Can I take Serrapeptase with other systemic enzymes?
Systemic enzymes may be taken together, yielding desirable results, as long as they are taken on an empty stomach. In fact, it is often
recommended that systemic enzymes be combined. Supplements such as Serracor-NK and Serrapeptase often have synergistic effects when
taken together. This means that the separate products work together to produce advantageous results. By combining and enhancing the
activity of the enzymes, their effects on the healing process are more attainable.
Can I take Serrapeptase with digestive enzymes?
Although digestive and systemic enzymes are not contraindicated in terms of ingredients, they cannot be taken at the same time. The purpose
of digestive enzymes is to aid in digestion of specific foods, so taking them with food is an obvious recommendation. Because systemic enzymes
require an empty stomach for maximum absorption, they must be taken separately from digestive enzymes. There are no adverse interactions
between systemic and digestive enzymes, but they serve different purposes and thus should be taken as directed for best results.
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