Hashimoto’s Disease

The body’s immune system normally fights off foreign substances, such as viruses or toxins. But in an auto-immune disorder such as Hashimoto's disease, the immune system confuses healthy tissue for foreign substances and the body attacks itself. Other examples of auto-immune disorders include lupus, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Scleroderma, and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Some of the causes of auto-immune disorder include excess circulating immune complexes, chronic inflammation and various necrotic tissues. The role of supplemental enzymes in alleviating Hashimoto's disease

involves clearing persistent immune complexes, controlling inflammation, enhancing blood flow, and removing necrotic tissues.

  • A digestive enzyme formula with meals will help ensure proper digestion and bioavailability of all nutrients supporting tissue repair and a strong immune system.
  • An herbal and mineral formula with enzymes will help support the muscles and provide nutrient support for healthy skin, tissue repair, and overall muscular, skeletal, and tissue health.
  • A protease formula between meals will help promote optimal circulation, removal of toxins, managed inflammation, and the repair of damage tissues or removal of dead tissue.
  • A probiotic supplement will further support digestion and the immune system while helping to maintain a healthy gut environment.

Product Recommendations:

TPP Digest              Take with every meal or snack.

RepairZyme             Take 2 x day.

TPP Protease           Take 4 x day between meals.

TPP Probiotic 42.5   Take at bedtime.

Additional Support

TPP Gastro              Take daily with meals.

OR

GastroZyme            Take daily with meals.

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