In this video, Robert answers some frequently asked questions about serrapeptase.
- Serrapeptase is an enzyme (living proteins that do a lot of work in living organisms).
- Serrapeptase is a “clean up” enzyme removing dead tissue and inflammation in the body.
- Serrapeptase was originally found in silk worm. It is used to dissolve the cocoon when the moth emerges, but also the larvae use it to help digest tough mulberry leaves.
- European and Japanese doctors do prescribe serrapeptase, but in the US, there are tighter controls and doctors there use Pharmaceutical drugs instead (more profits).
- You can take serrapeptase can be taken even if you are on medication. Obviously I’d recommend you talk to your doctor first, but that is Robert’s advice.
- Robert also says you can use serrapeptase during pregnancy. Before, during and after. After the baby is born, serrapeptase can help with breast engorgement.
- Serrapeptase does not thin the blood, it makes it “healthy”.
- The break down products of serrapeptase activity are simple amino acids. Therefore serrapeptase recycles.
- Side effects? None that are known. 25 years ago a report in Japan stated that serrapeptase caused an infection, but Robert says the report is wrong. However, today millions of people are taking serrapeptase and there would be a lot of reports if this was the case.
- You cannot take too many tablets. However, use what you need or you’ll be wasting your money.
- How does it benefit so many conditions? A lot of conditions are caused by inflammation and this is what serrapeptase works on.
- Robert takes serrapeptase every day for anti-aging. He himself is in his 60s and looks very good for it don’t you think?