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Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 07:55:07 -0800
From: "C.Bormann, N.D.,C.P."
Subject: Re: protese enzyme thread

Dear Carlos:

There are many companies selling protease complexes...there is no such thing as a "pure" protease...protease by definition is a complex of protein-digesting enzymes from various species and have a very specific pH and temperature range for activation.

We've had a straight protease product for many years we've used and sold from BioEnergy Systems which is very effective, as long as the patient doesn't have any gastric inflammation...protease products can produce raging inflammation of the gut lining as part of their mechanism of action...I've actually seen patients start bleeding from taking too much protease.

I'm glad you're doing well with your protease complex...however since I've worked in the Enzyme Industry for many years, I have a suspicion that they had one of the 3 formulators mix it for them...which is fine.

I have 2 different proteolytic enzyme products which are very effective: Protease Complex, which is cultured broad spectrum product (not pancreatic or bromelain) and provides 22,000 HUT per 360mg.cap, and we charge $25.00 for 100 caps. Since they're so strong, we suggest you start with 1-2 between meals and work up to 4-5 between meals at least 3x.

I also have a unique fibrinolase enzyme complex (Acti-Zyme) which in addition to being very nspecific for dissolving fibrin, also activates tPA (tissue plasminogen), your body's own fibrin-busting enzyme cascade. It is fast acting...excellent for cardiovascular blood sludging, clots, thrombosis, ncancer protein coat dissoloving, etc. It's considerably more expensive...it is NOT pancreatic or cultured...it comes from Asia and is new...

Here's the link to my website about enzyme therapy...
http://www.arrowheadhealthworks.com/enzprods.htm

Dr.Bormann
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From: "Saul Pressman"
Date: Mon May 27, 2002 5:39 am
Subject: Re: [oxyplus] Gallstone analysis

Dear Dr. Eliezer,

Proteins are long chain molecules, and if the digestive process was incomplete, the liver would filter out the protein, if it was able to. That could be the nucleus of a stone. It is like a pearl forming around a grain of sand in an oyster.

Also, some toxins are similar in form to long chain proteins, and may show up in analysis. This is the reason we advise taking lots of protease during the ozone sauna cleansing process, because otherwise, the body tries to push these unoxidized, newly-released toxins right through the skin, resulting in the itchy red rash. I learned this from a Tucson biochemist when I was speaking in Dubai at a health conference in 1999.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman, DCh, LTOH
http://www.plasmafire.com


From: "Saul Pressman"
To: oxyplus@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, May 27, 2002 10:31 PM
Subject: Re: [oxyplus] Gallstone analysis

Dear Ken,

2 per hour, up to 20 per day, is what the biochemist told me.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul
http://www.plasmafire.com


From: Saul Pressman
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2002 3:27 PM
To: oxyplus@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [oxyplus] Protease Questions

Dear Mary,

Proteolysis is the process whereby the complex protein molecules in your food are broken down by hydrochloric acid and the digestive enzymes in the stomach and small intestine into their consituent amino acids, which are then absorbed into the bloodstream. Protease is one such proteolytic enzyme, secreted by the pancreas.

Therefore supplemental protease is a good thing to take, as are all enzymes that aid digestion. They are so valuable that the body will not excrete them if they are unused, but will store them for future digestive needs.

If you want a more complete description of digestion, I will post the page from my book.

Protease inhibtors are just more junk piled upon the previous pile of junk that has killed hundreds of thousands worldwide. There is a special place in h...

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman, DCh, LTOH
http://www.plasmafire.com


From: "Saul Pressman"
Date: Fri May 31, 2002 9:29 pm
Subject: RE: [oxyplus] Protease Questions

Dear Mary,

There are many types of proteases. Some are digestive, as follows:

pepsin and pepsinogen, which are secreted by the stomach; and chymotrypsinogen, trypsinogen, trypsin, carboxypeptidase, aminopeptidase, which are secreted by the pancreas. These are animal derived (pigs and cattle).

and

bromelain and papain which are plant-derived (pineapple, papaya, figs, kiwi, guava)

and

other protease which is derived from aspergillus (a fungus). This protease is not as affected by pH as the other forms.

Protease is used in clearing debris from the blood as well as certain viruses and bacteria, and a shortage of it may result in a decrease in your immunity. Symptoms of a shortage can include a variety of symptoms such as constipation, gingivitis, hearing problems, backache, high blood pressure, gum disorders, insomnia, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.

Protease may cause stomach discomfort and heartburn for some people. For them, enteric coated proteases are available.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman
http://www.plasmafire.com

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