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‘She has been well since taking Serrapeptase’

“My daughter Holly is now 13 and was diagnosed at birth with cystic fibrosis. She has been on Serrapeptase for over a year now (Blockbuster All Clear and SerraPlus with trace minerals 4x per day) and I would continue this as I do believe that it contributes to her wellbeing and quality of life.

Three years ago she was very poorly with pneumonia and the subsequent annual x-rays revealed a damaged area on her top right lung that was unlikely to ever fully recover. Last July, her latest x-ray revealed that the area had cleared up completely. Also her weight and height levels for her age are higher and people have remarked how well she looks since being on the Serrapeptase. Family members have also stated that her skin colour is now a much healthier pink colour. She is often mistaken for a 15 year old.

Holly has physiotherapy treatment every day to help clear mucus from her airways. This is very important as the mucus is a target breeding area for bacteria to grow. Serrapeptase reduces inflammation that can cause further mucus production, especially in the lungs. Although Holly still produces a small amount of mucus from physiotherapy, it is not every day and most importantly, she has been well since taking Serrapeptase which has kept her lungs clear.”

– James T..

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“I am a 54 year old female with Cystic Fibrosis. I have been taking Serrapeptase for about 5 months now and just got back from Clinic. My FEV had been fluctuating around 31-32%, and was actually up to 35% this visit. That’s huge for me. This, with an infection that I know is brewing.

I drink a lot of carrot/apple juice ( having a juicer is key with CF) and have always been symptom free, all my life until I hit 40. So now, I work at taking care of my lungs, but at my age, my lungs are taxed. However, I’m very active (you learn to pace yourself) and I still work – own 2 businesses.

I read about Serrapeptase when searching for something for my sinuses, which are always inflamed. When I saw that it dissolved “fibrin” and scar tissue, I wondered what it would do for my lungs. Needless to say, I was greatly surprised at my FEV score this time, especially when I knew an infection was coming on. My main doctor pulled me aside when I was leaving (just saw the nurse practitioner this time) and said, “Diane, the FDA has approved the new drug (like Kalydeco, but for F508del – my mutation) – it will be available in July, and now you qualify!!!” (They only take 35% FEV and higher. Otherwise it is considered that your lungs are too compromised.)

I had forgotten that this drug was in the studies. I KNOW my higher score is due to the Serrapeptase …. it’s the only thing I’m doing differently. I had asked God to please give me part of my lungs back so I can finish well for Him, and I know this was the answer to my prayer. So grateful!!!

Hope this helps someone….”

– Diane, CA

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Derek Atkins

I have used serrapeptase to eat the bacteria around a tooth abcess it worked in 6 days and the bone grew back around the tooth. No need to remove tooth, dentist was amazed at the speed it worked

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Hi Derek,
Thank you for sharing your positive experience on Serrapeptase with us. It is really encouraging for others to see what an effect Serrrapeptase can have on different areas of our health.
Best of Health
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Jen

I just have a question, I have been taking Serrapeptase since March 26th 2016 till now which is April 26th, I have had a chronic phlegmy cough since December 2015. It will not go away, I had a chest X-ray and it shows a cloudy area on one side my doctor said it doesn’t Look serious it could be asthma but the puffers didn’t get rid of the phlegm. I do have chronic sinus issues and post nasal drip, I had a CAT scan on my head to check my sinuses, nothing serious just that I was missing one if… Read more »

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Hi Jen, please see our full health plan for chronic cough to help you further: https://www.goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1823/40/chronic-cough-health-plan
This will get you best results, and on our complimentary health coaching program we can guide you through the plan, at your own pace and budget. Just register for a call back at http://www.MyGoodHealthClub.com and one of our health coaches will contact you shortly, so we can help you on a more individual basis.
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andre uzice

JEN, UP THE DOESAGE, YOU CAN FIND ALL THE INFORMATION ONLINE.