Neprinol Studies Used the Sebkinase Blend Found in Serracor-NK
Shopping for a systemic enzyme blend can be confusing: different brands appear to have similar ingredients, yet there is no easy way to measure their activity or effectiveness.
Companies look to distinguish themselves in different ways, including pointing to studies and lab tests. Be mindful when evaluating that information.
Neprinol SEBkinase Studies
For instance, distributors of one of our competitors, Neprinol, currently highlight several case studies on their websites. These supposed-Neprinol studies demonstrate the beneficial effects of the product on various ailments over a six-month period.
What they don’t tell you is the case studies were not done on their current Neprinol product, but rather on SEBkinase, the formula AST Enzymes’ manufacturing arm (Specialty Enzymes & Biotechnologies) supplied to their company for several years, but does not supply any longer.
SEBkinase is the blend currently used in AST Enzymes’ Serracor-NK, which means the studies being used to promote their Neprinol product are actually about Serracor-NK. (Read CASE STUDIES using Neprinol SEBkinase And yet, Neprinol distributors use these studies to demonstrate the superiority of their product over Serracor, claiming Serracor-NK is less effective.
Serracor-NK is a powerful blend of enteric-coated serrapeptase and nattokinase; bromelain and other proteolytic enzymes; and antioxidant herbs, coenzyme Q10 and magnesium. The formula, which contains SEBkinase®, supports a healthy circulatory system, and normal fibrin metabolism.
SEBkinase®-- as with all of the other formulas offered by AST & Specialty Enzymes – was developed by Enzymologist and President Vic Rathi. Utilizing more than 35 years of technical and business expertise in enzyme production, Mr. Rathi personally formulates each blend, and leads research and development, quality assurance and manufacturing. The blends Mr. Rathi formulated have spurred the tremendous growth of the systemic enzyme supplement market. The SEBkinase®formula, for instance, has benefited thousands of people over the past seven years.
The studies and articles on SEBkinase® posted by Neprinol distributors are identical to ones published in magazines several years ago. Neprinol distributors have simply deleted any mention of SEBkinase®in the articles, misleading consumers like you into thinking the studies are about their current product.
The case studies in this article primarily deal with people who “complained primarily of osteoarthritis symptoms, which we now know to be an inflammatory condition, as well as the even more inflammatory rheumatoid arthritis and health challenges involving cholesterol and insulin response.”
The doctor implementing the study on SEBkinase®uses digital video blood microscopy, C-reactive protein levels, other lab tests and patient feedback to assess fibrin and inflammation levels, as well as overall pain levels and quality of life.
The case studies on SEBkinase®, although limited in number, show many patients found relief from pain (some so far as to stop taking NSAIDs), lower levels of inflammation and improved quality of life in many ways.
Activity & Lab Tests
In addition, some enzyme companies use independent lab results to show the efficacy of their delivery systems and activity of their supplements. In one instance, the company added information to lab results under the official stamp, which is fraudulent and is not work done by the labs. In any case, enzyme assays vary based on the enzyme and enzyme blend. They can be easily manipulated to provide whatever results the company desires, which is why more than one company can claim their product is superior, either in activity or absorption.
Neprinol® is a registered trademark of Arthur Andrews Medical Inc., which is not affiliated with, nor sponsors or endorses this product or any other product from Specialty Enzymes & Biotechnologies or AST Enzymes.