Systemic Enzymes

Karyn’s Kare Systemic Enzymes

What are Enzymes?

Enzymes are the “spark of life.”  The human body is made up of millions of enzymes that are responsible for every metabolic purpose.  Digestive enzymes work specifically in the stomach and intestines to help the body digest food, absorb nutrients, relieve gastro-intestinal disorders and assist in weight loss. Systemic enzymes strengthen the body as a whole by passing through the digestive system and targeting tissue and organs. Their benefits throughout the body are numerous and essential to living a vibrant and disease free life.

What are the Reported Benefits of taking Systemic Enzymes?

The systemic enzyme stimulates the immune system and can relieve common ailments like sinus congestion, headaches, and arthritis. Systemic enzymes can also improve circulation, reduce inflammation decrease possibility for blood clotting, and break up cholesterol and fibrin in the blood vessels.  Most people take over the counter anti-inflammatory drugs which can be extremely toxic to the liver. Every year 20,000 Americans die from these over the counter drugs and many more wind up in the hospital with liver or kidney damage. The lack of enzyme therapy prescribed in the United States is a prime example of an unwillingness to prescribe therapies not made by “big pharma.” Enzymes can not be patented so they are of little interest to drug companies. Doctors in Europe and Asia have been utilizing enzymes in medical treatment for decades.

Research shows that enzymes:

Removes and filters viruses from the blood

Lowers blood pressure

Slows aging
Treats and prevents asthma attacks
Decrease allergy/hay fever symptoms

Can breakdown fibrin
Creates antibodies that attack autoimmune disease (MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus)
Improves circulation
Takes strain away from liver by assisting in body cleansing
Helps lower bad cholesterol
Relieves headaches, migraines and sinus pressure
Helps relieve arthritis

Reduces inflammation

Minimizes blood clotting, preventing stroke and heart disease

Systemic enzymes are great for athletes as they can help to increase flexibility and reduce joint pain and inflammation.


Why take Systemic Enzymes if my body already has enzymes?

  • As we age, the body has a diminishing output of enzymes.  This is because we make a finite amount of enzymes in a life time and we use a good deal of them by the time we reach our 40’s- especially given many people’s high stress lifestyles and poor eating habits.  Around the age of 27, the body starts doling out enzymes more slowly so has trouble keeping up with any healing that needs to be done. It is around this time that many women start to develop conditions such as fibrocystic breast disease, uterine fibroids, and endometriosis. The body no longer heals as quickly and without scarring as when we are younger.  Fibrin or fibrosis is scar tissue that deposits itself into nearly everything from simple cuts to the inside of organs and blood vessels and can prevent immune cells from attacking compromised cells. Systemic enzymes may help break down fibrin and help prevent fibrin from being deposited in wounds, fractures, and joints helping to control and reduce the amount of scar tissue and fibrosis in our bodies.
  • What makes Karyn’s Systemic Enzymes Special?
  • Karyn’s enzymes were formulated with Viktoras Kulvinskas, M.S., an expert in holistic nutrition, raw foods, and enzyme supplementation.  Karyn developed this special formulation with a blend of properties to effectively attack inflammation and improve the immune system. Some of the major active constituents working against inflammation are the Proteolytic Enzymes and the proprietary proteolytic blend, Serrazimes®. Karyn’s enzyme is a vegetarian formulation. It is enteric-coated and uses a highly advanced delivery system to ensure that all components get to tissues and organs in their most active state.

  • How do I take Systemic Enzymes?
  • Take 3 capsules once or twice a day or more as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.  Take systemic enzymes on an empty stomach.  Unlike the digestive enzyme, it is important to give the body breaks from taking the systemic enzyme.  NOTE:  It is important to know that systemic enzymes should not be taken with prescription blood thinners.

  • About the Formulation:
  • Protease 6.0/ Protease 4.5
  • A mixture of acid, neutral and alkaline proteases that demonstrates both exo-peptidase and endo-peptidase activity with high substrate specificity
  • Papain
  • Contains a wide array of proteolytic enzymes. Easily and efficiently hydrolyzes most soluble proteins, yielding peptides and amino acids
  • Bromelain
  • Contains several proteolytic enzymes, which differ in their specificity and optimum environment
  • Extensive research supports its beneficial effects on inflammation.
  • Serrazimes®
  • A proteolytic enzyme that is designed for cardiovascular, anti-inflammatory, respiratory, or immune support.
  • Rutin 
  • Rutin’s anti-inflammatory potential is attributed mainly to its powerful antioxidant activity. The combination of these activities helps to minimize the cellular damage and resulting inflammation caused by the various oxidative processes.
  • Methylsulphonylmethane (MSM) 
  • A dietary source of the element sulfur
  • Dietary sulfur plays an important structural role in amino acid and protein metabolism
  • Sulfur is required for proper synthesis and maintenance of connective tissues such as skin, hair, nails, tendons and cartilage
  • Magnesium
  • Magnesium is necessary for nearly every biological process
  • Research suggests that magnesium is a useful supplement for metabolic support, nervous system support, osteoporosis support, and proper bone and teeth formation.
  • Trace minerals
  • Includes iron, iodine, copper, sulfur, manganese, selenium, molybdenum, and zinc
  • Trace minerals function mainly as regulators or components of the body’s many enzyme systems
  • Lipase
  • Catalyzes the hydrolysis of triglycerides of simple fatty acid esters, yielding mono- and diglycerides, glycerol and free fatty acids.
  • Lipase works synergistically with endogenous enzymes to help digest fatty foods.
  • Amylase 
  • Amylase will helps to release simple sugars for digestion
  • This enzyme works synergistically with endogenous human amylase to digest starchy foods
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  1. says

    For decades I have been an anatomy teacher for massage therapy, and I found your web page very educational. I have had massage clinics in Hawaii and New Zealand, and am a published author. I intend to include this topic of ‘systemic enzymes’ in future endeavours. Thanks!

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