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Pain Reduction

Did you know that a variety of dietary factors play a significant role in creating a “diet-induced proinflammatory state"?

It is now known that degenerative inflammatory diseases are promoted by dietary imbalances.

A diet rich in vegetables, fruits, and the proper fats can prevent a host of proinflammatory degenerative diseases; now a well accepted fact. Nearly all degenerative diseases have the same underlying biochemical cause, that is, a diet-induced proinflammatory state.

Optimal EFAs® provides a blend of essential fats in ratios deemed optimal, great alternative to Aspirin in my opinion,because it will not deplete the body of sulfur needed to rebuild the joints, that Aspirin uses up.

Natural anti-inflammatory agents such as bromelain, papain, trypsin and alpha-chymotrypsin, such as that contained in Intenzyme Forte™ can aide in reducing the excess inflammation correlated to pain perception. Other agents, such as NF KappaB inhibitors may be utilized in conjunction with Intenzyme Forte™ to further downregulate the inflammatory process. In other words,

KappArest™ contains a number of these inhibitors, including turmeric (curcuminoids), boswellia, ginger and rosemary.

In addition to these, analgesic ingredients, such as those in Bio-Allay® can also assist in pain modulation for these patients. These analgesic compounds include White Willow, Devil’s Claw, and Boswellia.

Furthermore, flavonoid compounds are very beneficial mediators of the release of proinflammatory chemicals from the immune system cells. BioFCTS™ offers a concentrated source of flavonoids, including green tea, quercetin and vitamin C.

BIO-ALLAY – Should be considered for pain (analgesic) and when the pain is associated with osteo or rheumatoid arthritis; consideration should be given to using the product with KappArest and Sculacia. 1-2 capsules, 3 times a day (increase if pain is severe). Note: Product should not be used during pregnancy or lactation or by patients who are allergic to aspirin (salicylates).

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