– 29 Million People Already Know This Secret
By Dr. Joseph Brasco
matter what your age is, your body likes to argue with you. A 37-year
old mother of two young children feels it at the end of a long day. A
22-year-old workout warrior feels it after a sweat-inducing body-pump
class. A 68-year-old retired teacher taking a daily stroll along the
beach feels it. We’re talking about the aches and pain of everyday life,
caused by the activities that make up our daily routines. Whether it’s
trudging to the shower after a long day of caring for your children,
letting the hot tub soak your tired muscles following a particularly
grueling workout, or sipping a calming cup of tea after a long walk, the
aches and pains are real.
We tend to think of the muscle soreness and bodily
fatigue as commonplace events that are somehow normal. Since the pain is
minor, we begin to accept it. Little thought is given to what our bodies
are actually telling us. When life’s daily routine prompts us to say,
“I’m sore” or “That hurts,” the most common response is to do nothing,
to suck it up and just deal with the everyday aches, pains and muscle
soreness. What is needed—and what many people are asking for—is a
natural-based alternative for the temporary relief of the common aches,
pains and muscle soreness that are a daily part of life.
Now for the shocking part: What if we told you that
there’s a way to get temporary relief from your everyday aches and
pains? Furthermore, what if we told you that this resource has been
around for 40 years, has been clinically studied on thousands of people,
and that millions have used it safely with great results? Intrigued?
Then read further to learn the story behind an exciting supplement known
Some Inflammation Is Normal
While many automatically think of inflammation as a
bad thing, that’s not necessarily true. Our bodies can only do so much
on their own, the more strain we put on our muscles and joints, the
harder our bodies have to work to bounce back.
Today we know a great deal about the body’s natural
response to inflammation, but fifty years ago, inflammation was an
emerging field of study. While many automatically think of inflammation
as a bad thing, that’s not necessarily true.
Whenever the muscles are overworked—or the joints ache
from excessive activity—the body mounts an energetic defense, sending
cells and natural chemicals to support the body tissues. Without
inflammation, exercise-related muscle aches would never feel better,
which explains why inflammation is a normal—even healthy—process. It is
just what your body does naturally.
So where does the everyday activity-related aches and
pains, the lack of flexibility and mobility, and the exercise related
muscle soreness come from? One answer is that our bodies can do only so
much on their own. We know that normal inflammation response is one of
the millions of metabolic processes that go on every second of every
day. We also know that the more strain we put on muscles and joints, the
harder our bodies have to work to bounce back. The result can be minor
aches and pains, along with less-than-optimal mobility or flexibility
common to many of us.
You should know that 50 years ago, a pair of
scientists set out to understand the relationship between enzymes and
human health. To state things in a nutshell, enzymes are life. Almost
every metabolic process in the body is governed by enzymes. They are the
catalyst for every chemical reaction in the body. Where inflammation is
concerned, enzymes are the starting point of the body’s normal
Drs. Max Wolf and Helen Benitez understood that as we
age, or due to diet and lifestyle, our bodies’ ability to produce the
enzymes necessary for everyday function decreases. Logically, as enzyme
production decreases, our bodies find it harder to adequately perform
all of the metabolic processes necessary.
An easy way to think of it is like this. Your body has
a finite ability to produce the enzymes necessary to perform all its
functions—a pool of enzymes, if you will. If, for any reason, your body
slows down the production of those enzymes—if your enzyme pool is
decreased—then some processes in the body will suffer. One of those
processes is, of course, the normal inflammation response.
The same enzymes—known as
systemic enzymes—that your body produces to trigger metabolic
processes are also found in plants and other animals. Drs. Wolf and
Benitez’s work centered on isolating those enzymes and then stabilizing
them. The thinking was that if they could supply the body with an
outside source of these same systemic enzymes, then our bodies would
function better. Simply put, supporting the natural metabolic processes
that occur throughout the body would mean a healthier and happier life.
After years of painstaking trial and error, Drs. Wolf
and Benitez were able to master the process of isolating and stabilizing
enzymes for human consumption. They tested individual enzymes and groups
of enzymes until they discovered the most effective combinations, but it
wasn’t until after more years of research that they could think about
the commercial application of the process.
Enter Dr. Karl Ransberger, who was mentored by Dr.
Wolf and who also possessed the entrepreneurial flair to put together a
fledgling enzyme manufacturing company. Dr. Ransberger’s team perfected
the process of not only manufacturing the enzymes, but also making them
stable enough to survive in bottles on the shelf and most importantly,
within the human body.
honor of Drs. Wolf and Benitez, Dr. Ransberger named the first-ever
systemic enzyme formula
Wobenzym N, which was released in Europe over 40 years ago.
Wobenzym N is a brand new, 40-year-old answer for
temporary relief from aches, pains and muscle soreness caused by life’s
little everyday activities.
The Far-Reaching Benefits of Wobenzym N
Wobenzym N is a unique blend of systemic
enzymes that provides temporary relief from aches, pain and muscle
soreness due to everyday activity, supports the body’s natural
inflammation response, and leads to increased flexibility and mobility
and supports overall joint and tendon health as well.
Enzymes are fascinating essential biological catalysts
that are involved in almost every single process in the body. It’s
difficult to fathom how important they are, but consider this: thousands
of enzymes initiate millions of chemical reactions every second in the
human body. It is easy to see why supplementing with systemic enzymes
can have far-reaching benefits to the human body.
The systemic enzymes used in
Wobenzym N were not chosen by accident. Instead, they were
selected based upon years of successful use, clinical studies and
scientific validation. The enzyme blend in Wobenzym N contains the
Each one of these is a protease, which simply means
that they break down proteins.
The process by which they support the body’s natural
inflammation response is more complex, however. What is important to
remember is that when it comes to inflammation, you want a balanced
response. There are certain proteins in the body that stimulate and
others that repress inflammation. Under normal circumstances, your body
balances the two. The systemic enzymes in
Wobenzym N support that balancing process, assisting normal
inflammation response. That, in turn, leads to temporary relief from
everyday activity-related aches and pains, a benefit that is sought
after by millions of people every day.
Of course, making sure that the enzymes get where they
need to go is just as important. Enzymes are notoriously fragile, and if
you can’t protect them before they can be used by the body, they lose
their value quickly. That is why
Wobenzym N tablets are enteric coated to ensure that the enzymes
are protected and are not broken down in the stomach. This allows the
enzymes to reach the small intestine, where absorption occurs and the
enzymes start to be accessed by the body.
Research Backs Up Wobenzym N
What started 50 years ago as a theory— that
supplementing with systemic enzymes is good for your health—has been
validated by clinical studies and use by millions upon millions of
ecstatic consumers worldwide over the last four decades.
It’s unusual for natural supplements to have their
exact formulation be part of a human clinical study. Individual
ingredients are often studied alone, and there are a host of animal or
lab studies for many products. But to have even one clinical study done
on an entire formulation is rare.
The exact formulation found in
Wobenzym N has been featured in six human clinical studies with
2,489 patients studied. That is a staggering number for a product in the
Natural Products Industry, especially for an enzyme formula. When you
read that Wobenzym N provides,
- temporary relief from everyday aches, pains and
muscle soreness due to everyday activity
- increased flexibility and mobility
- promotes a normal inflammation response
- supports joint and tendon health
you know that these results have been clinically
studied. While the science that led to the creation of Wobenzym N was
sound theory, the theory has been backed up by the scope and breadth of
the clinical studies done on the Wobenzym N formulation.
As if that isn’t enough, consider this. Ever since
Wobenzym N became available in Germany and throughout
Europe—back in the 1960s, over 29 million people have taken the product.
Wobenzym N is among the most successful natural supplements ever
released on the European continent.
Millions of ordinary people seeking temporary relief
from everyday aches, pains and muscle soreness due to everyday activity,
increased flexibility and mobility, and support for normal inflammation
response as well as joint and tendon health have found an answer in
Wobenzym N. 29 million people know this secret - now, thanks to
Garden of Life’s Wobenzym N, you can too.
Joe Brasco’s Experiences with Wobenzym N
Dr. Joe Brasco got the running bug about 10 years ago.
One of the first big races he attempted was the Chicago Marathon, which
weaves through 29 neighborhoods and past dozens of historic monuments.
While he was warming up for the start, he noticed a booth where
participants could try Wobenzym N before the race.
He jogged over, asked a few questions, and liked what
he heard. He took several caplets of Wobenzym N before the 26.2 mile
race and several afterward—and noticed that his aches, pains, and muscle
soreness were not nearly as bad as they had been during his long
practice runs leading up to the marathon.
“I loved what Wobenzym N did for my muscles and joint
aches after running the grueling Chicago Marathon,” said Dr. Brasco. “I
became a fan that day.”
Since then, Dr. Brasco has run 10 marathons, competed
in three full Ironman triathlons, finished a dozen half-triathlons, and
has run in numerous 10K races, and each time Wobenzym N was along for
the ride. “What can I say? Wobenzym N makes me feel good.”
Dr. Brasco takes
Wobenzym N most nights on an empty stomach before bed to promote
normal inflammation response, support joint and tendon health, and
increase flexibility and mobility. “If I’m feeling achy after a hard
workout, I may follow the advanced usage for some temporary relief.
After using Wobenzym N for years, I have no problem recommending it to
my more active patients for temporary relief of muscle aches and
soreness. Taking Wobenzym N will not turn them into Ironmen, but it’s
made a huge difference in my life.”
Dr. Joe Brasco, is a medical advisor to Garden of
Life, is a board-certified gastroenterologist at The Center for Colon &
Digestive Disease in Huntsville, Alabama. He is also co-authored the
Your Digestive Health” with Garden of Life founder, Jordan
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