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The Profound Uses of Serrapeptase Supplements

Posted September 10, 2012

Serrapeptase is an enzyme that is found in the saliva of the silk worm. The silk worm uses it to breakdown the walls of the cocoon after it has transformed into a butterfly. It is also required for the silkworm to digest mulberry leaves, their main source of food. The Japanese have scientifically studied this enzyme for over 30 years and have found that it has applications for human health. Although a relatively new supplement available in most health food shops, serrapeptase has shown some promise in clinical trials as an effective treatment for many ailments.

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Sesame Seed Supplementation May Reduce Oxidative Stress

Posted April 30, 2012

The effects of sesame seeds on reducing serum lipids and enhancing antioxidant capacity were researched in this study. Hyperlipidemic patients (n=38) were divided into two groups (treatment group received 40 g white sesame seeds daily, with 240 kcal was removed from their diet) and for all individuals, the same drug treatments were considered for 60 days.

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