Systemic (proteolytic) Enzymes “eat” the fibrin proteins that make up scar tissue and have the unique ability to “know” what is necessary versus what is excess in the body. With adequate amounts of active systemic enzymes in the body, only a minimal amount of scar tissue remains after repairing the damage.
Scientific research is beginning to shed light on the importance of maintaining a balance between progesterone and estrogen for overall health and well being. It is also beginning to show the significant differences between natural (bioidentical) and synthetic progesterone.
Extra hormones may directly contribute to weight gain. These substances, which are actually able to mimic hormones in the body, are now being called “obesogens”.
Many women in their twenties, mid thirties through forties, and even women who are menopausal can be overloaded with estrogen. Men can also suffer from estrogen dominance. Environmental estrogens and synthetic hormones are often the cause.