Lysozyme shows a wide range of beneficial biological effects, such as antimicrobial action, why is used in human therapy for the treatment of viral and bacterial infections.
Lysozyme is used also in food processing due to its antimicrobial activity, and since it is normally ingested in food, WHO, EFSA and FDA consider it safe.
Lysozyme containg dietary supplement can be used as additional value :
POLYPEPTIDE – according to chemical composition (it consists of 129 amino acids)
ENZYME – according to chemical action, acts by hydrolysis dissolving the bacterial cell wall which leads to their slow growth and destruction
ENZYBIOTIC – according to modern science
As it has been a well-established fact that these are key components of our innate immunity i.e natural immune system. If the body is deficient in this enzyme system it leaves the body systems and organs vulnerable to different infections.
Thanks to its rapid antibacterial activity, it helps in the rapid wound healing process. Recent studies have also linked it to slow down the progression of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
It is readily absorbed in the mouth via vein networks and decreases the risk of digestive problems.
A Unique Naturally Occurring Enzybiotic.
Lysozyme shows a wide range of beneficial biological effects and is used for the treatment of viral and bacterial infections. Lysozyme has anti-inflammatory properties and is great for strengthening the immune system.
One of the most important functions of iron is in heme synthesis, which forms haemoglobin. Iron helps convert food to energy, and it helps maintain a normal immune system. Iron contributes to normal cognitive health and function, therefore ideal for high performance
Regular intake of adequate levels of vitamin K are helpful to maintain strong bones, good memory (even after the age of 70), and lowering of blood pressure by preventing mineralization, which could cause heart stroke.
Every B vitamin (B1, B2, B3, B5, B7, B9, and B12) possesses a certain role in the body. Functions of vitamin B complex include: growth of red blood cells, production of energy, eyesight maintenance, Healthy brain function and cognitive capacity, support for the immune system, maintenance of skin health.
Vitamin A is essential for maintaining healthy vision and ski. They should be taken by children and adults in suggested amounts for the proper functioning of the immune system and other organs.
The ‘Sunshine Vitamin’ is produced by your body when it’s exposed to sunlight directly. Everyone should have an adequate quantity of Vitamin D as it ensures the development of bones and teeth, and maintains a healthy immune system.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can promote natural defences of your body. Adults having high blood pressure or not, should take its supplements as it is helpful in lowering the risk of heart diseases. Patients having iron deficiency should take vitamin C as it ensures the absorption of iron.