What Are Proteolytic Enzymes?

Essential Knowledge to Stop Pain and Avoid Deadly Disease

What are proteolytic enzymes and, most importantly, how will increasing your intake of them help you in a big way to end pain and prevent (and even heal from) serious disease?

Proteolytic enzymes are completely natural, completely safe, and your body actually produces them. So why do you need to increase your intake proteolytic what are proteolytic enzymesenzymes if you are in your 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s or beyond?

Well, first consider how children and teenagers heal very quickly from the breaks, aches and pains they experience, and you’re already one step closer to understanding and appreciating the benefits of them!

Proteolytic enzymes are produced in the pancreas and distributed throughout your entire body for multiple reasons:

  • Fight inflammation and pain
  • Clean and thin out your blood
  • Dissolve scar tissue
  • Speed up your recovery time from fractures, sprains, surgery, and strains
  • Boost your immune system to fight off bacterial infections

But there’s one catch: Your body only produces the optimal amounts of proteolytic enzymes necessary for good health and healing from the time you’re born until, roughly, your late 20s.

Is Pain a Constant Companion?

So how can you figure out when the proteolytic enzymes in your body are decreasing? When the aches start creeping up with greater frequency, the bruises get harder to heal, and the pains you felt every once in a while become more frequent companions as you age.

That’s because your body, as a defensive mechanism, creates too much fibrin, an insoluble protein that works like a first responder that rushes to the scenes of cuts, bruises and breaks to facilitate clotting and the healing process.

In a perfect world, fibrin would do its job and dissolve quickly after it’s no longer needed. Unfortunately, our bodies aren’t perfect, and neither are our diets.

We are such creatures of habit — and can be so easily influenced by the mega-marketing of big pharmaceutical companies and more — that when the pain doesn’t go away when we think it should, the easiest thing is just to reach for what we think will provide momentary relief, such as over-the-counter or prescription pain relievers.

Too Many First Responders!

Fact is, taking the typical prescription painkillers or the over-the-counters pain medicine from the drug store has a DETRIMENTAL effect — delaying the departure of those first responders indefinitely, and sending more fibrin to the scene of the problem than is necessary!

This creates a brand new set of problems that can lead to blocked blood vessels, muscles that don’t work nearly as well as before, chronic inflammation, an overall slowdown of the healing process and, chronic pain that won’t go away no matter how many pills you throw at it, and therefore dangerous chronic diseases.

So What Should YOU Do Now to Increase Your Proteolytic Enzymes?

In two words: supplement carefully.  While there are tens of thousands of supplements out there claiming to offer everything and anything imaginable, we here at the Healthy Back Institute do not believe you need many supplements versus getting the nutrition you need from whole and healthy food.

HOWEVER, a proteolytic enzyme supplement IS very smart … but you have to be careful! A lot of the supplements claiming they provide you proteolytic enzymes are subpar in quality, or they provide you very small and therefore rather insignificant amounts, or both.

Heal N Soothe is our top-recommended solution, providing you pure and powerful proteolytic enzymes … along with the 11 OTHER most powerful and natural anti-inflammatories providing immediate and long-term relief.

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Filed Under: General Health, Proteolytic Systemic Enzymes
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Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT

Jesse is the co-founder and visionary CEO of The Healthy Back Institute®, the world-leading source of natural back pain solutions. His mission as a former back pain sufferer is to help others live pain free without surgery and pharmaceuticals.

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3 thoughts on “What Are Proteolytic Enzymes?”

  1. PAT LARNER says:


  2. James Gerding says:

    Per the information about anti-inflammatory over-the-counter medications having a detrimental effect, I also read in FLEX magazine, a magazine for bodybuilders, that using NSAIDs and aspirin as pain-relievers the day or two after your workouts for muscle pain actually slows down the healing process. When lifting weights, especially lifting heavy weights with low repetitions for more muscle mass gain and less worry about muscle definition (lighter weights with higher reps), your muscle fibers are in a way actually “torn up”. When the healing process begins, which is the moment you step out of the gym or weight room, your muscle fibers begin to heal and re-build themselves back stronger than before. If you take pain-killers to reduce the natural muscle pain you feel the next day and sometimes days later, it actually slows down that healing process. So stay away from pain-killers!! And if you have a headache, if it’s not a migraine or a cluster-headache, it’s usually because you’re not drinking enough water. I’m definitely going to look into the proteolytic enzymes as soon as I get my next paycheck!! Happy New Year!!

  3. Sheila Romenesko says:

    I got an inversion table from my children for christmas after I told them what you had said. It does give me some relief.

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