A comparative analysis on the leading systemic enzymes based upon their fibrinolytic activity ratings.
Neprinol was recently tested against some of the leading systemic enzymes based on their overall fibrinolytic activity. While this assay is generally used to specifically measure the strength of the enzyme Nattokinase, the same method can be applied to any enzyme formula to measure its ability to break down fibrin. Fibrinolytic testing is an excellent way to discover a product’s ability to eliminate unwanted proteins and other waste materials from the body. This study was conducted by an independent third party laboratory. Each product sample was purchased directly from the manufacturer to ensure proper handling, storage, and batch freshness. The results shown below demonstrate the potency of each respective product per gram, measured in fibrinolytic units.
Systemic enzymes are similar to digestive enzymes, but are primarily used throughout the bloodstream rather than the gastrointestinal tract. These enzymes support healthy levels of Endogenous Blood Particles or EBP’s. EBP’s can be decayed cells, fibrin, fatty proteins or other unwanted materials that normally accumulate in the blood. Systemic enzymes essentially purify the blood of these EBP’s, supporting healthy liver function and maintaining healthy inflammatory levels. Sustaining a healthy level of EBP’s is also beneficial for maintaining optimal immune and circulatory function.