Enzymes that Protect Lining of Hollow Organs

by Dana Gourley on May 16, 2018

in Health/Nutrition

Recently, I learned from Dr. Walter “Buck” Campbell, DAOM, how to protect the integrity of the lining inside hollow organs such as the urine bladder and stomach. The human body produces hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) as part of the production of thyroid hormones. Hydrogen peroxide, however,  is unstable and will breakdown into water (H2O) and a nascent oxygen (a free single atom of oxygen). The latter can cause oxidative stress when there is either a deficiency or imbalance of either iodine or selenium. The integrity of the protective lining inside organs may be breached and cysts (pockets of tissue with accumulated fluid such as blood or pus) may form. Cysts may cause such symptoms as blood in the urine or some physical pain.

Daily intake of the trace minerals, selenium and iodine having a shared nutritional relationship, are essential for good health.  Selenium-dependent enzyme production is needed to protect the lining of organs. Dr. Campbell mentioned to me that billions of cells associates with the lining of both our intestines and other digestive-related organs are replicated and eliminated each day. Selenium is also key to the production of Glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes the peroxides (as well as nascent oxygen from breakdown of hydrogen peroxide) in the body. A diet with both selenium and iodine in balance is critical for proper functioning of the thyroid gland.

Dr. Campbell said during our interview on May 15, 2018, that drinking Watt-Ahh will improve the efficacy of enzyme supplements.  If interested in receiving more information based on my interview with Dr. Campbell, including one of his recommended enzyme supplements on the market, please email me at inquiries@aquanew.com.

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