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Uterine Fibroid Health Products

(*Our Blends Of These Outlined Ingredients Have Been Specially Formulated & Are Of Proprietary, Trademarked Formulations)




Fibroizem™ Advanced 18 Combined Enzyme Formulation

The enzymes contained in this unique powerful systemic formulation has been clinically tested and proven very effective for shrinking Uterine Fibroids. We have enhanced this formulation with our own unique, proprietary blend and have made it highly concentrated in a 12X strength formulation. We have supplied some additional resources that point to the effectiveness of this form of enzyme for fibroids. Please review below.

Some of the enzymes contained include:  Protease 1, Protease 2, Aspergillopepsin, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Glucoamylase, Invertase, Alpha Galactosidase, Beta-Glucanase, Pectinase, Xylanase, Phytase, Hemicellulase, Lactase, Bromelain, Papain & Peptidase. We assure you 100% that this combination is the most powerful yet safe, fibroid health formula found on the market today.

Enzymex Fibroids

Enzymex+ (Plus)

Enzymex+™ Advanced Serratiopepditase Proteolytic, Anti-Fibrinolytic Enzyme Formulation

This proprietary, highly concentrated enzyme therapy product was scientifically formulated to dissolve ‘fibrous’ matter and inflammation safely. Many studies conclude the positive effects of this proteolytic, anti-inflammatory, anti-fibrinolytic enzyme. These time released and enteric coated capsules bypass the stomachs digestive acids to properly dissolve into the small intestines for maximum absorption to the bloodstream.

Once there, these fibroid scavenging enzymes begin to reduce inflammation, shrink and/or dissolve ‘fibin’ or fibrous matter like fibroid tumor growths. This powerful Serrapeptase enzyme is truly one of a kind, and well researched for this type of fibrinolytic support. More information regarding this type of enzyme product below.

Source: The Hartford Hospital | Hartford, Mass.

Gynecology Health Specialists

Information provided online for their Uterine Fibroid Patients:

Nearly thirty-five percent of premenopausal women experience debilitating symptoms related to uterine Uterine Fibroid Treatmentsfibroids.  These symptoms include heavy menstrual bleeding,  severe cramping, frequent urination and pelvic pain. While these symptoms are not life threatening, they can be debilitating to the average woman and result in missed work, severe anemia and hospitalization.

Effective Natural Treatment Options:

•Proteolytic Enzymes (Like Our Fibroizem & Enzymex+)

•Bromelain; Chymotrypsin; Digestive Enzymes; Pancreatin; Papain; Serrapeptase; Trypsin (Like Our Fibroizem &



Therapeutic Dosages

When you purchase an enzyme, the amount is expressed not only in grams or milligrams but also in activity units or international units (iu’s). These terms refer to the enzyme’s potency (specifically, its digestive power).

Recommended dosages of proteolytic enzymes vary with the form used. Because of the wide variation, we suggest following label instructions.

Proteolytic enzymes can be broken down by stomach acid. To prevent this from happening, supplemental enzymes are often coated with a substance that doesn’t dissolve until it reaches the intestine. Such a preparation is called enteric coated. (*All Our Formulations are enteric- coated)

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Systemic Enzymes For Uterine Fibroids Explained


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Even though a hysterectomy is one of the most common operations performed in the United States and some physicians feel it’s the best option to treat uterine fibroids, it certainly isn’t the first option a woman should consider.  If you aren’t familiar with use of Systemic Enzyme Therapy, then this article is for you! Trying to find the best approach in dealing with your recent diagnoses of uterine fibroid tumors is quite daunting. I know women who have researched the internet for weeks looking at information to make an informed decision and come away more confused then when they started.


Treating Fibroids NaturallyThere are so many types of fibroid tumors, so many different symptoms and just as many treatment options.  The whole process is overwhelming.  It seems like everyone has an opinion on what you should do. In the vast majority of cases, if your fibroids aren’t causing you terrible discomfort, then watchful waiting is a great option.

“Watchful waiting” is a phrase physicians use that refers to just monitoring the presence and growth of your uterine fibroids. The
majority of women with fibroids won’t have them change at all from the time they first discovered them through the rest of their life. So having just found them does not indicate that there’s any real persistent problem. You’ll need to just keep an eye on them to detect if there is a change that would cause some concern but the majority of time, nothing changes. So when there are no problems or symptoms, watchful waiting is quite appropriate.

However, that’s not the case for many less fortunate women who are dealing with all the terrible symptoms:

  • Bloating
  • Incontinence
  • Heavy periods accompanied by anemia
  • Bleeding and unusual discharge between periods
  • Abdominal pain, swelling and discomfort
  • Back pain
  • Severe anemia
  • Constipation
  • Bladder issues
  • Painful intercourse
  • Infertility
  • Mood swings

What is Systemic Enzyme Therapy and how will it make a difference? Systemic Enzyme Therapy is an all natural holistic approach that gets to the cause of the fibroids tumors and then gradually and naturally dissolves them.

Systemic enzyme blends provide a combination of proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes that have fibrinolytic activity.  Simply this means that they can help break down fibrin in the body.  Uterine fibroid tumors are made of fibrin along with inflamed smooth muscle tissue and generally contain pockets of estrogen.  I have worked with clients and health care practitioners over the past 4 ½ years to help women overcome their fibroids with the use of a special blend of enzymes that is formulated with serrapeptase and other very specifically selected protein eating enzymes that make it the number one choice for fibroids.

Bill Jacques is an author, medical researcher, holistic health educator and licensed practitioner… specializing in leading holistic health and wellness strategies that restore, promote and maintain optimal health.

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Dr. Nicholas R. Leroy Points To ‘Enzymes’ Such As ‘Pancreatins’ For
‘Destroying Uterine Fibroids’


Source: United States Institute Of Medicine National Health (PubMed.Gov)


c) Oral enzyme therapy can assist in the destruction of uterine masses. The theory is that digestive enzymes such as lipase, pancreatase, trypsin, chymotrypsin, and other proteolytic enzymes produced by the pancreas, if taken on an empty stomach, will be absorbed into the bloodstream intact and assist in the enzymatic removal of superfluous tissue. Two capsules of an enzyme supplement should be taken with each meal as well as on an empty stomach between meals several times per day.
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Dr. James Howenstine, MD discusses Enzyme Therapy for Various
Women’s Health Disorders


Source: News With Views.Com
March 17, 2009 Dr. James Howenstine, MD


Enzymes and Estrogen Excess States (Fibrocystic Breasts, Fibroids of the Uterus, Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovaries, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy, Cancers of Breast, Prostate, Uterus, Ovary).

Estrogen is able to produce fibrosis and this capability leads to these painful disorders.

Several factors are producing the estrogen excess status that is widespread in the developed world:

Breakdown of petrochemicals, pesticides, herbicides, plastics, sodium lauryl sulphate from cosmetics, propylene glycol, vehicle exhaust, and other agents into estrogenic substances in the human body.
Extensive use of estrogenic hormones to expedite growth of cattle and chicken.
Use of powerful pharmaceutical estrogens(Premarin) and oral contraceptive pills that magnify the existing estrogen excess in the female body.
Misuse of estrogens in therapy as a sole agent instead of combining natural estrogen with safe natural progesterone, which nullifies the adverse effects of estrogen alone therapy.
Diets high in sugar and dairy products, and low in fiber result in recycling estrogen into the body instead of elimination in the stools which occurs on high dairy diets. These diets also interfere with proper production
of progesterone by the corpus luteum of the ovary.

Treatment For Fibroids

Because of this state of estrogen excess, fibrosis, and painful cysts appear in breast tissue(fibrocystic disease of the breast). Many women cease ovulation 10 or more years before menopause due to this estrogen excess state. These women are thus unable to benefit from the estrogen ameliorating effects of progesterone production by the corpus luteum. The heavy intractable bleeding they experience often leads to hysterectomy. Existing fibroids in the uterus tend to appear and steadily enlarge under the stimulation of excessive amounts of estrogen.

Many women suffer from endometriosis, which seems to be produced by retrograde flow of blood into the peritoneal cavity at the time of menstruation. This fluid entering the peritoneal cavity contains blood and shed endometrial cells. A profound inflammatory reaction appears which often results in severe pain. Recurring episodes of this problem leads to “chocolate cysts” and scarring at the site of these peritoneal deposits.

An unfortunate result of endometriosis is scarring of the fallopian tubes and sterility. The patient with endometriosis might need 5 or more capsules of enzymes three times daily until their pain disappears. Some women can ascertain when menstruation is imminent. These women could possibly be helped by starting enzymes before they notice the onset of menstrual pain.

Enzyme therapy can stop the development and enlargement of existing uterine fibroids. Patients with fibrocystic breast disease and enlarging fibroids should stay on enough enzyme therapy to prevent symptoms. Whether high doses of enzyme therapy over prolonged periods of time could completely dissolve large fibroids is not known, but it might well do so and appears to be worth a trial.

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Department Of Natural Medicine Study For Oncology (Department Of

Science Relating To Tumors & Growths) Regarding Enzyme Therapy

Systemic enzyme therapy in oncology: effect and mode of action.


Department of Natural Medicine, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.


Plant extracts with a high content of proteolytic enzymes have been used for a long time in traditional medicine. Besides proteolytic enzymes from plants, ‘modern’ enzyme therapy additionally includes pancreatic enzymes. The therapeutic use of proteolytic enzymes is partly based on scientific studies and is partly empirical. The aim of the current review is to provide an overview of clinical trials of systemic enzyme therapy in oncology and to discuss the evidence for their possible mechanisms of action.

Clinical studies of the use of proteolytic enzymes in oncology have mostly been carried out on an enzyme preparation consisting of a combination of papain, trypsin and chymotrypsin. This review of these studies showed that enzyme therapy can reduce the adverse effects caused by radiotherapy and chemotherapy. There is also evidence that, in some types of tumors, survival may be prolonged. The beneficial effect of systemic enzyme therapy seems to be based on its anti-inflammatory potential.

However, the precise mechanism of action of systemic enzyme therapy remains unsolved. The ratio of proteinases to antiproteinases, which is increasingly being used as a prognostic marker in oncology, appears to be influenced by the oral administration of proteolytic enzymes, probably via an induction of the synthesis of antiproteinases. Furthermore, there are numerous alterations of cytokine composition during therapy with orally administered enzymes, which might be an indication of the efficacy of enzyme therapy. Effects on adhesion molecules and on antioxidative metabolism are also reviewed.

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Cholecal-10™ Scientifically Formulated, Highly Concentrated ‘Cholecalciferol’ Vitamin D-3 Gel

This highly concentrated Cholecalciferol D-3 is of the most potent formulation on the market. 10,000 IU’s per serving. Not only is this product proven to drastically boost immune system and assist your body in healing various ailments and conditions, but Cholecal-10™ excellent for repairing damaged scar tissue and inflammation. This form of concentrated Vitamin D has recently shown great success in laboratory test models for fibroids, using rats. Read more below.





Vitamin D Successfully Shrinks Fibroids In Rat Test Model

NIH-funded study suggests possible treatment for common condition

Treatment with vitamin D reduced the size of uterine fibroids in laboratory rats predisposed to developing the benign tumors, reported researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health.

Uterine fibroids are the most common noncancerous tumors in women of childbearing age. Fibroids grow within and around the wall of the uterus. Thirty percent of women 25 to 44 years of age report fibroid-related symptoms, such as lower back pain, heavy vaginal bleeding or painful menstrual periods. Uterine fibroids also are associated with infertility and such pregnancy complications as miscarriage or preterm labor. Other than surgical removal of the uterus, there are few treatment options for women experiencing severe fibroid-related symptoms and about 200,000 U.S. women undergo the procedure each year. A recent analysis by NIH scientists estimated that the economic cost of fibroids to the United States, in terms of health care expenses and lost productivity, may exceed $34 billion a year.

Fibroids are three to four times more common in African-American women than in white women. Moreover, African-American women are roughly 10 times more likely to be deficient in vitamin D than are white women. In previous research, the study authors found that vitamin D inhibited the growth of human fibroid cells in laboratory cultures.

Fibroid Remedy“The study results provide a promising new lead in the search for a non-surgical treatment for fibroids that doesn’t affect fertility,” said Louis De Paolo, Ph.D., chief of the Reproductive Sciences Branch of the NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, which funded the study.

First author Sunil K. Halder, Ph.D., of Meharry Medical College in Nashville conducted the research with Meharry colleagues Chakradhari Sharan, Ph.D., and Ayman Al-Hendy, M.D., Ph.D., and with Kevin G. Osteen, Ph.D., of Vanderbilt University Medical Center, also in Nashville. The findings appeared online in the journal Biology of Reproduction.

For the current study, the researchers tested the vitamin D treatment on a strain of rats genetically predisposed to developing fibroid tumors. After examining the animals and confirming the presence of fibroids in 12 of them, the researchers divided the rats into two groups of six each: those that would receive vitamin D and those that would not.

In the first group, small pumps implanted under the skin delivered a continuous dose of vitamin D for three weeks. The researchers then examined the animals in both groups. Fibroids increased in size in the untreated rats, but, in the rats receiving vitamin D, the tumors had shrunk dramatically. On average, uterine fibroids in the group receiving vitamin D were 75 percent smaller than those in the untreated group.

The amount of vitamin D the rats received each day was equivalent to a human dose of roughly 1,400 international units. The recommended amount of vitamin D for teens and adults age 70 and under is 600 units daily, although up to 4,000 units is considered safe for children over age 9, adults, and for pregnant and breastfeeding females.

“Additional research is needed to confirm vitamin D as a potential treatment for women with uterine fibroids,” said Dr. Al-Hendy. “But it is also an essential nutrient for the health of muscle, bone and the immune system, and it is important for everyone to receive an adequate amount of the vitamin.”

Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel and tuna are the best natural sources of the vitamin. Very few foods naturally contain vitamin D. Fortified milk and other fortified foods provide an additional source of the vitamin. Vitamin D is also produced when ultraviolet rays from sunlight strike the skin.

About the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD): The NICHD sponsors research on development, before and after birth; maternal, child, and family health; reproductive biology and population issues; and medical rehabilitation. For more information, visit the Institute’s website at

About the National Institutes of Health (NIH): NIH, the nation’s medical research agency, includes 27 Institutes and Centers and is a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NIH is the primary federal agency conducting and supporting basic, clinical, and translational medical research, and is investigating the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs, visit

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By taking a combination of the above outlined products, you are using safe and powerful enzymes combined with an immune system boosting product to support optimal uterine fibroid health. The Cholecal-10™ gives your immune system the necessary boost it needs in order to assist your body in supporting the fibroid reduction process in a quicker amount of time. This regimen is recommended to continue for a minimum of 3+ months to see the best results. It is also recommended to have product on hand for future preventative maintenance once desired results have been obtained, for continued reproductive system health.


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