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John B

10/21/2015
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Hi Derek,

Thanks for the update and for sharing your questions.

I'm not sure if you are aware of my article on systemic enzymes but Mel also published it in the articles section of this site:

< a href=":https://howicuredmorgellons.com/ArticlesandDiet/restoringyourbiote/systemicenzymesthe/">Systemic Enzymes - Missing Link to Chronic Illness?< /a>

Basically, systemic enzymes are "house cleaners" that reduce inflammation and clear waste products and unwanted debris from body tissues. They do not survive well in the acidic environment of the stomach, which is why we enteric coat the MagnifiZyme. Once it reaches the blood stream it easily disseminates throughout the body. It does not accumulate and is best taken on an empty stomach.

In case you are not aware, all of the enzymes you mentioned (as well as lipase) are part of the daily regimen offered through the Essential Digestion in Mel's protocol. The protocol is designed to provide comprehensive support nutritionally in conjunction with a healthy diet, but it is much more than that. Over time, the many enzymes and botanicals present in the protocol and extension products work together to break down biofilm and expose pathogens to immune forces and the various antimicrobials that are employed.

If you do decide to use the Kleen Green topically be sure to dilute it first as it can burn the skin at full strength. I do agree with you that the challenge is first and foremost an internal one of repairing and restoring the bioterrain.

Thanks again Derek for sharing your progress and encouragement.

Best of luck to you as you continue to thrive!

John


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