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5 Worst Foods – Discovery of Dr. Max Wolf

March 6, 2016 By Steve H. CMT

Dr. Max Wolf

Dr. Max Wolf, was a medical doctor at the prestigious Columbia University for over 30 years.

Dr. Wolf spent a lot of time looking for the differences in why young people often heal faster and have less overall pain than older folks.

And what he discovered is something everyone who suffers from arthritis will want to know...

Dr. Wolf’s work showed us research studies.. clinical trials... and shared case studies that prove you can’t experience true pain relief until you take proper steps to replace critical enzymes that are deficient in most folks over age 25.

Many of today’s most popular arthritis pain medications like aspirin, ibuprofen, Advil, Aleve, Celebrex and Motrin – are designed to fight inflammation. Others, like Tylenol and Panadol... block incoming pain signals.

But none of them target what may actually be at the root of your arthritis pain: Fibrin!

Does Dr. Wolf’s Discovery Shine a Light on the Shut-OFF Switch For Arthritis?

Dr. Wolf discovered that when the body was reacting to pain, the bodies of younger adults responded by flooding the painful area with something called “proteolytic enzymes”.

But for some reason... the older folks he studied showed DRAMATICALLY reduced levels of proteolytic enzymes and therefore felt more pain.

Excited by his amazing discovery, he narrowed it down even further and discovered that beginning around age 27 the amount of proteolytic enzymes in your body begins to diminish.

Dr. Wolf’s discovery that younger adults have dramatically higher levels of proteolytic enzymes in their bodies launched a wave of controversy and excitement into the scientific community.

What scientists found was nothing short of amazing...

In 1972 they discovered that proteolytic enzymes are the first line of defense against arthritis and inflammation!

Amazingly, they operate on a “lock-and-key” basis which means they can recognize good prostaglandins from bad prostaglandins.

And when their teeth fit into a ‘bad’ prostaglandin that’s already run its course and has no more use... they dispose of it to let the GOOD prostaglandin come in and get rid of the pain.

They also discovered that...

  • Proteolytic enzymes are completely safe - Compared to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs (pronounced en-saids), which is the most prescribed medication for treating conditions such as arthritis. Most people are familiar with over-the-counter, nonprescription NSAIDs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen which put hundreds of thousands of people a year in the hospital and, in some cases can cause death! which put hundreds of thousands of people a year in the hospital and, in some cases can cause death!
  • A 1982 study showed proteolytic enzymes “eat” fibrin and other scar tissue - this may explain why as you age your wounds heal with thicker, weaker, less pliable and more visible scars. It’s because you don’t have enough proteolytic enzymes to “eat up” that scar tissue!
  • They cleanse toxins from the blood - believe it or not, cells and organs dispose of toxins through your blood. The proteolytic enzymes soak up these toxins and get rid of them!
  • Your blood becomes thick from too much scar tissue which turns it to sludge, causing high blood pressure, lack of circulation, clots and many other problems. Enzymes reduce the scar tissue... allowing your blood to flow smoother and helping your body cleanse toxins.
  • Enzymes fight viruses and improve your immune system - Proteolytic enzymes recognize viruses through their special lock-and-key mechanism just like they recognize the prostaglandins, so you get sick less often!

Proteolytic enzymes have even been used in Europe since 1974 to treat cold sores and other viral conditions... and that’s even before people knew what they were called!

So if Proteolytic Enzymes are so great, why hasn’t everyone heard about them? The answer to that question will down-right upset you...

But first, I think it’s time to reveal the Worst Arthritis Food #3. I doubt many people with arthritis have this food on their radar at all.

Click Here to See Worst Foods #3 > > >

 

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