Happy New Year! Just a quick one to say I hope 2011 finds you all healthy, happy, and well on your way to achieving your dreams, aspirations and goals - health and otherwise. I recently discovered that the links to our favorite serratiopeptidase supplier, Advanced Physician Formulas, were temporarily not working.

But the problem seems to be fixed, so I encourage you to get in on their deeply discounted price by stocking up for the New Year on serrapeptase, and all your favorite supplements. Might as well do it now while it's fresh in your mind.

Until next time (and year)... be well!
It's been so long since I've posted here, I'm a little embarrassed to be doing this after all this time. I can tell from tracking things that I still have a faithful following, and for that - and much else - I am so grateful.

Just want to report that all is well on the health front; staying diligent with my supplement regimen, and it's still working! Hope the same is true for all of you. One last VERY important comment - more of a strong request:

Whoever it is that's spamming this blog with all kinds of weird posts - you know who you are, the Nike Air guy (also uses "coach store" etc. as usernames) - please stop, or I'll have to ban you from the site. If you're going to post here, please keep it relevant - that is, pertinent to the topic - whether it's enzymes or supplements, (or even general health I suppose would be acceptable).

Thanks to one and all for observing this, and other blog etiquette. Best of health to you all in 2011! 

For those of you who celebrate the traditional Christmas and New Year's holidays, I hope you are all having a wonderful season. Ours has been nice and relatively calm, and we've managed to avoid colds and flu thus far in our household.

I attribute this in large part to maintaining my serrapeptase regimen, along with other systemic enzymes therapy (as well as the usual supplements which I believe help to maintain my health year-round.) It's been a particularly cold and nasty winter already in many parts of the U.S., and while the "being cold makes you sick" myth was dispelled long ago, it's still that time of year when people tend to get more illnesses like colds and flu.

This is due more to the fact that they're indoors more, and around more people than usual, all of which means there are more germs and bacteria flourishing in our environments than normal. Anyway, the upshot of all this is that if you maintain your health regimen during this time of year - while there's no guarantee you'll stay 100% healthy - you've got more of a fighting chance than you'd have otherwise.

So, more than ever, I recommend you head over to Advance Physician Formulas and pick up some extra serratiopeptidase for the winter and beyond. And for those of you in the Southern Hemisphere, where you're now in the middle of summer, you're not excluded! I've always advised - since I discovered this most amazing of enzymes - that you keep it up year-round.

Lastly, yes, I'm still making progress on the book. The update here is that (in advance of the book release) I'll be offering a free report on systemic enzymes, as well as an informative email series which will be included at no charge. The only thing I ask in return is your email address - fair enough? You can now sign up to receive your free report with the opt-in box on the right, or on the new "Free Report" page, which should appear shortly.

Until then ... stay well, and keep up your serrapeptase therapy!


I've not posted anything for a while, everyone - mainly because there hasn't been a whole lot new to report ... which is a good thing! I'm still on the same dosage as before, and of all the systemic enzymes, I'm still convinced serrapeptase is the most "all-purpose," if you will.

The longer I'm on this dosage and schedule - 40 mg. twice daily - the more it seems to help. Back pain, muscle aches and headaches are all minimal ... sinuses are pretty typical for this time of year; that is, drier mainly due to the climate in the winter time here. But I'm convinced the serratiopeptidase keeps the sinusitis at bay more than any drugs or "medicine" could or would.

Also: The book, which I promised some time ago, is still in the works, and I promise you'll be the first to know when it's complete. (I've been sidetracked a bit lately, but wanted you to know I hadn't forgotten my promise.) One other reason it's taking a bit longer is that I decided to expand it to cover not only serrapetase but other systemic enzymes as well. I won't comment further, other than to say we're really excited about the additional material, and I think you will be too.

Lastly, head over to Physician Formulas for top-quality serratiopeptidase, if you haven't already done so (or even if you have - great time to stock up before winter hits full force!) Until next time, be well, and talk soon.


Just a quick update ... I'm still taking 80, and sometimes as much as 120 mg. per day of serrapeptase, and it continues to be a big help in my battle with pain and inflammation. This is not a cure-all - and I have my off days - but for the most part, this astounding enzyme is the best thing I've found for day-to-day pain management. I had a couple days recently where I had some worse than normal back pain, and a headache to boot. However, I'm convinced that the serratiopeptidase helped not only in lessening the severity, but the duration of the discomfort as well.

The fact that there are no know side effects makes it far preferable to even so-called "harmless" over-the-counter pain meds. Besides that, it works better than those drugs! And, by the way, it has also helped me with my sinus problems - which is important particularly in the dry climate here where I live.

I do want to remind you that Physician Formulas still (yes, still!) has their serratiopeptidase on sale. They've had it at this price for quite a while now, but I wouldn't assume that it will continue indefinitely. So I encourage you - once again - to stock up at this incredible price.

Be well, all - talk soon!


Hi everyone - In my last post, I informed you of my intentions to increase the dosage on the serratiopeptidase, to see if it would make a significant difference in pain management for me. Well, I am happy to report the results are even better than I anticipated!

Since my last post - not quite a month ago - I started taking 40,000 i.u. (40 mg.) of serrapeptase two to three times per day. This is at least double the dose I was taking previously (20 mg. X 2/day.) I have experienced noticeable reduction in both lower back pain and headaches, as well as muscle aches and soreness due to exercise, etc. And yes, all this pain relief with no side effects whatsoever!

Now, I've no doubt the skeptics/cynics out there are saying, "Sure, he just wants us to take more of the stuff so that we have to buy more of it." If this is your thinking, I can certainly understand. But listen folks, I'm just telling you what's working for me. What's more, I am one who - despite the fact that I do take a lot of nutritional supplements, including vitamins, herbs, and other enzymes besides the serratiopeptidase - is very cautious about whatever I put in my body.

What I'm saying is, it was only after my research had convinced me that doubling my serrapeptase dosage was the safe and prudent thing to do, did I decide to do so. And had I experienced any negative side effects whatsoever, I would have immediately gone back to my earlier regimen, or ceased taking it for a time altogether. But this has not been the case; as I've stated, quite the contrary. I'm experiencing nothing but positive effects from this increase in dosage, and nothing at all as far as downside.

So, in conclusion let me be perfectly clear: You need to do what is right for you - that includes whatever you think is best health-wise, financially, etc. In other words, if it just isn't feasible for you to increase your dosage - or to even buy serratiopeptidase in the first place ... don't! I'm not here to twist your arm, or to try and convince you to do anything you're not entirely comfortable doing. At the risk of being redundant, I'm only reporting what's working for me.

A couple of quick final notes: The first draft of my serrapeptase book is nearly completed, at which point some touch-up and final editing will be done, and I fully expect to have it available very soon. I won't give an actual time frame, so as to not disappoint anyone (should there be any unforeseen delays) but suffice to say I don't anticipate it being much longer at all.

Lastly, Physician Formulas still has their serratiopeptidase on sale at the same incredible price (I really can't believe they've extended that great low price this long!) So, if you haven't purchased any yet, or you'd like to stock up while you can still get this rock-bottom price on top-quality serrapeptase, I'd encourage you to do so right away.

Be well, and talk to you soon!


Hi everyone - OK, no real connection between the two; just a little of my dry humor and an attempt to get your attention. And mainly, to apologize for being so remiss in posting any new content or contributing to my blog for a while. I hereby resolve to be more frequent and diligent regarding this from now on.

First off, the serratiopeptidase is still working great - both lower back and head pain are minimal, although I've experienced more muscle pain than usual after my workouts lately. Probably a function - more than anything else - of getting back in a "groove" after about a week's vacation. The body will naturally rebel (especially at my age!) after a layoff of that duration. I do plan on increasing the serrapeptase dosage very soon, and will report back as to how that's going.

Next, that article I promised a while back regarding serratiopeptidase and its effect on sinusitis is not only forthcoming, but imminent. In fact, it will be published within a week's time - so, there's another commitment that I trust you'll hold me to.

Last, but by no means least, my book on serratiopeptidase is in the works! I can't promise exactly when it will be out, but when it is, I promise it will be as comprehensive as possible, and should answer all your questions regarding the amazing enzyme, serrapeptase. What is does, how it works, why it works, the various ailments and conditions it has been successfully used to treat - this and much more will be covered.

The book will probably retail for just under twenty dollars, U.S. - but be on the lookout for a very special offer just for you, my loyal readers - whereby you can get your very own copy for free. Details upcoming, but suffice to say we're very excited here, and hopefully you will be as well.

That's all for now - be well, everyone - and by the way, I just checked out the Physician Formulas product page on serratiopeptidase. Their regular price was already a great bargain, but it's now on sale - and I don't know for how much longer. If you've put off buying, I'd encourage you to go ahead and get in on this sale - this is a great price on top-quality serrapeptase.


Well, it's been about 3 weeks or so that I've been taking serratiopeptidase, and my back continues to improve. I have my "off" days, but overall this enzyme is doing its job.

Speaking of doing the job, if you've visited the product page at Advance Physician Formulas, you may have noticed they categorize serrapeptase under "respiratory" aids. And yes, this is yet another area where this amazing stuff can be of benefit. I've had sinus problems, particularly since moving to the high desert about 3 1/2 years ago, where the climate is drier than I'd been used to.

But since taking the serratiopeptidase, my sinuses have improved markedly. So, I'm telling you this for two reasons: As I mentioned, you may have visited the product page and been a bit confused; "I thought this stuff was mostly for pain relief, but it says 'Category: Respiratory/Lung' - what gives?"

And secondly, I wanted to emphasize that, as an anti-inflammatory, serrapeptase can help alleviate a wide variety of conditions and symptoms. I'll be posting another article soon, delving a little more into case studies, research, etc. where this enzyme has been helpful in treating sinusitis, respiratory problems, and more. So, stay tuned for that article as well.

Lastly, in case you haven't seen that product page for Advance Physician Formulas' serrapeptase, I'd encourage you to take a look.


Hi all - As you can tell from my previous articles, I've done quite a bit of research on this amazing enzyme - but I didn't want to report specific results until I could speak from experience. Well, I've been taking serratiopeptidase for less than a week now, and I'm already feeling a difference.

My main problem has been lower back pain; I'd been plagued by it earlier in life, but since getting in better shape in the last 10 years or so, I'd had it under control. However, within the last few months, my back's been quite stiff and sore - especially when I first get up in the morning. This is probably due to a combination of overdoing it with my workouts, and sitting at the computer (with bad posture!) too long.

Well, I'm not going to tell you my back pain's completely gone, but there has been definite improvement - and again, I've only been taking the serrapeptase for less than a week. I'm taking 20,000 i.u. (200 mg.) twice daily. As reported in earlier articles, there are no side effects - and for me, this dosage seems about right at this point.

As I promised earlier, I've found a great source for this stuff. Advance Physician Formulas has a very good price on top-quality serratiopeptidase - if you're ready to try some yourself, I'd recommend theirs.

If you do decide to order, please let me know how it works for you - I'm eager to hear your feedback!