Fibroids Uterine

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Uterine Fibroids
Uterine fibroids are swellings in the walls of the uterus, they are present in at least 20 per cent of women over the age of 30.  They are benign and in most cases cause no problems.  Many women are unaware of fibroids until discovered on a routine examination. Usually several uterine fibroids are present, rather than just one.
Heavier periods can occur and very occasionally an individual fibroid can cause a firm swelling in the lower part of the abdomen. This may press on the bladder causing frequent urination or incontinence.  In extremely rare cases fibroids can require removal by surgery; it is recommended that regular examinations are carried out, but in most cases fibroids shrink and disappear after the menopause.
Serrapeptase digests non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts, arterial plaque and inflammation in all forms.  Serrapeptase has had wide clinical use, spanning over twenty-five years throughout Europe and Asia.  Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring, physiologic agent with no  gastrointestinal side effects.
Wild Yam helps to maintain a balance of hormones in the body,  The Trobiand islanders, who attribute much of their radiant health to its regular consumption, regard it with reverence.
Yam, like all super-foods, has a broad potential range of action, seeming almost too good to be true, yet its sphere of action has a unique character, which differentiates it from other super-foods.  Its main area of action is hormonal.
It supplies nutrients, which rapidly enable our endocrine glands to produce a complex array of hormones.   Yam contains plant hormone precursors which help in the production and balancing of progesterone and oestrogen.  The essence of the action of yam appears to be in facilitating the production of a substance, which has the shortened name DHEA, 'the mother of hormones'. 
Protease is responsible for digesting proteins in your food.  Protein is perhaps the most difficult substances to metabolize so protease is considered to be one of the most important enzymes that we have.  If the digestive process is incomplete, undigested protein can wind up in your circulatory system and other parts of your body.  As the protein foods break down the essential amino acids needed by the body are liberated.
Taking Proteolytic enzymes, such as Multi-Enzyme Protect can help to clean up your body by removing unwanted protein from your circulatory system.  This will help to clean up your blood stream and restore energy and balance.  One of the tricks of an invading organism is to wrap itself in a large protein shell that the body would view as "normal". 
Proteolytic enzymes have been used for a long time in various forms of therapy. Their use in medicine is gaining more and more attention; several clinical studies are indicating their benefits in oncology, inflammatory conditions, blood rheology control, and immune regulation.
There may be a degree of auto-immune disorder (as there is with most chronic health issues), in which case we recommend that you read the article Factors Involved In Auto-Immune Disorders And Effective, Natural Treatment Protocols.