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Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's
By Dr. Jeremy Bula

Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's disease are two conditions categorized as inflammatory bowel diseases.  Both conditions are extremely similar in that they both involve inflammation of the bowel. It is normally hard to diagnose one condition from the other.  As mentioned before both conditions are considered Inflammatory Bowel disease or (IBD).  It is reported that there is as many as 2 million (IBD) sufferers.  The condition may be chronic but in some cases may only occur on occasion from particular irritations.  Some food allergies or spicy foods may trigger flare ups.  Doctors are not completely sure what causes IBD, but there are prescribed medications that can help.  

Crohn's Disease

Crohn's disease is an inflammation of the intestine.  It is most common in the lower section of the small intestine known as the ileum but has been found to extend throughout all of the digestive tract.  Crohn's disease may also be called ileitis or enteritis.  Although the exact causes of Crohn's disease have not been clinically proven several experts theorize that bacteria in the intestine may be causing constant inflammation through an over reactive immune response.  Rectal bleeding, diarrhea, weight loss and fever are all common symptoms of the disease.  

Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative colitis is a disease that causes inflammation and sores, called ulcers, in the lining of the large intestine. The inflammation usually occurs in the rectum and lower part of the colon, but it may affect the entire colon. Ulcerative colitis rarely affects the small intestine except for the end section, called the terminal ileum. Ulcerative colitis may also be called colitis or proctitis.

Neprinol AFD can help

While there is no known cure for the disease; many IBD sufferers have been symptom free for years using extensively selective diets and the addition of supplements such as enzymes.  Neprinol AFD provides several anti-inflammatory enzymes that synergistically work together to reduce severe inflammation.  One of the main ingredients in Neprinol is pharmaceutical grade Serratiopeptidase or Serrapeptase.  Serrapeptase is a naturally derived enzyme from the bacteria commonly known as Serration E15.  This enzyme is prescription only in Europe and commonly sold as the ethical drug Dasen®.  Serrapeptase is an extremely safe substance to take that has no known side effects when taken orally.  Neprinol also contains Nattokinase, an enzyme that has been clinically tested to kill toxic bacteria in the colon and throughout the body.  Several other enzymes have been added to Neprinol's exclusive blend that offers antioxidant as well as blood cleansing properties.  The ingredients in Neprinol have been clinically tested to remove pathogens from the blood, balance the immune system, create higher nutrient absorption, and speed tissue healing by as much as 80%.  
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