I often hear from my patients that they struggle with weight loss issues, aches and pains, general fatigue, cravings for sugar and carbs and more.
Have you tried numerous methods to lose weight but they failed?
Do you often feel fatigued for no apparent reason?
Do you often get sick or feel under the weather?
Systemic Inflammation can be the problem. It may cause many ailments and prevent the process of natural healing in your body if not treated properly.
The University of Maryland Medical Center published research about natural supplements to aid in prevention and correction of systemic inflammatory response.
Great supplement for reduction of Systemic Inflammatory Response
Bromelain: digestive, Osteoarthritis and bone support
Bromelain is an extract derived from the stems of pineapples, although it exists in all parts of the fresh plant and fruit, which has many uses. It is thought to have anti-inflammatory effects. Bromelain also contains chemicals that might interfere with the growth of tumor but there is no peer review research showing efficacy for it.
The US National Institute of Health rates bromelain as only possibly effective against osteoarthritis, but only when taken in combination with trypsin and rutin (Phlogenzym). The same institute has stated that it is possibly ineffective for preventing post-exercise muscle fatigue.
University of Maryland Medical Center http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/bromelain
Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes that digest protein (proteolytic) that are found in pineapples (Ananas comosus). Pineapple has been used for centuries in Central and South America to treat indigestion and reduce inflammation. Bromelain, which is derived from the stem and juice of the pineapple, was first isolated from the pineapple plant in the late 1800s. The German Commission E approved bromelain to treat swelling and inflammation after surgery, particularly sinus surgery.
Bromelain can be used to treat a number of conditions, but it is particularly effective in reducing inflammation from infection and injuries.
Source: Bromelain | University of Maryland Medical Center http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/bromelain#ixzz2yZp4IXWy