The Shocking Truth About Enzyme Formulations

Is your body making the most of all the protein you’re consuming?

Let’s face it: No protein, no growth.

And we’ve all been bombarded with the latest trends in protein powders, weight gainers, lean gainers, combined protein, plant protein, whey, and egg etc…

…and the list goes on and on.

But one of the harsh realities I’ve learned from peak performance expert Wade Lightheart is this:

Most of the protein individuals consume ends up in one of two places.

One is your toilet bowl.

Make sure you are ABSORBING the foods you eat, ok?

Protein isn’t cheap whether it’s coming from food or shakes.

nd the second place is in a nice layer of sludge somewhere in your digestive tract.

And that all adds up to one GIANT-SIZED WASTE OF MONEY AND EFFORT from all the food you’re eating — especially if you’re taking protein supplements.

You’re absorbing and using only a tiny fraction of the nutrients you’re taking in.

So what’s going on here? And what’s the solution?

Fact is, our bodies require ENZYMES to perform at their best.

And without getting too complicated, enzymes are THE WORKERS in our bodies. (In many ways, they’re the “holy grail” of health).

EVERY function in your body requires enzymes

Enzymes digest your food, stimulate your brain, provide cellular energy, and repair all the cells, tissues and organs of your body.

Enzymes are the sparks that make everything happen.

AND HERE’S THE BAD NEWS: Our bodies have a LIMITED enzyme-producing capacity, which naturally declines as we age. (In fact, most individuals have only 30 percent of their enzyme potential by the time they are 40 years old!).

Your body naturally produces over 3,000 different types of enzymes, yet our ONLY external source of enzymes comes from THE FOOD WE EAT.

Digestive enzymes are found naturally in ALL food, whether it’s fruits, vegetables, or meats.

However, most of the food we consume in our modern diets is completely devoid of enzymes, because of how we grow, prepare and transport it.


In other words, all cooked food is deficient in digestive enzymes, leaving very little to break down your food.

This means most of us are UNABLE to effectively digest the protein we eat.

And that’s pretty shocking and scary when you think about it.

In other words, all cooked food is deficient in digestive enzymes, leaving very little to break down your food.

This means most of us are UNABLE to effectively digest the protein we eat.

And that’s pretty shocking and scary when you think about it.

But don’t be too alarmed, because some very bright scientist brains have thankfully figured out a solution:


You see, it turns out that enzymes are perhaps the most overlooked component of digestive health.

Not only are digestive enzymes required for the breakdown and digestion of food. But their benefits extend well beyond that too…

World-renowned colon expert Dr. Hiromi Shinya suggests in his book “The Enzyme Factor”, that undigested protein — particularly from milk products, fast food and red meat — can become ‘food’ for “bad” bacteria.

And these bad bacteria create all kinds of toxins that leak into the blood stream.

Meanwhile Dr. Edward Howell, author of “Enzyme Nutrition”, has demonstrated conclusively that using digestive enzymes can improve digestion, regulate weight, and ease the symptoms of a variety of health conditions.


If you take a look around, you’ll find a whole bunch of enzyme formulations being sold in the market. But they’re certainly not all created equal — especially when it comes to the enzyme that digests protein: PROTEASE.

And there’s a big reason of this…

Protease is the most expensive of the enzymes to make.

And there are several kinds of protease enzymes.

And while most formulations have high levels of amylase (digests carbohydrates), or lipase (digests fats), the protease (digests protein) tends to be LOW QUALITY and in low amounts with most formulations.

That’s why speaking to peak performance expert Wade Lightheart has been like a breath of fresh air.

He was disappointed with the low protease levels of most enzyme formulations. So he decided to create his own high-protease digestive enzyme formula instead, using only the highest quality ingredients.

And it’s called MASSZYMES ==> Masszymes digestive enzymes

Wade assures me this is the most powerful protease supplement on the market.

(The formulation team who assisted him in designing these enzymes told him they have NEVER created a more potent enzyme combination. And you can check out a great comparison chart on that page I’ve linked to, showing the enzyme quantities in Masszymes compared to other formulas).

Scroll down this page to see the chart ==> Masszymes formula comparison

Many famous people such as Caleb Jennings, Vince DelMonte, and Stefan James are using Wade’s enzymes formula right now too, and they are really noticing a positive difference. Highly recommend them.

P.S. Did you know that taking a protease supplement can actually help reduce strength loss, and boost short-term strength recovery too when you train?

Here’s the scientific proof : Effects of a protease supplement on eccentric exercise-induced markers of delayed-onset muscle soreness and muscle damage

Do Digestive Enzymes Promote Weight Loss? : Digestive enzymes are often used to support healthy digestion and increase nutrient absorption

And here’s where to go again to get your hands on Masszymes: ==> Wade’s digestive enzymes formula.

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How To Get Started With Affiliate Marketing for Home Internet Business — Your Side Hustle

Affiliate marketing is one of the most popular ways for home business owners to promote their companies. But at the same time, affiliate marketing is a great way for anybody to start a home based business. So as you can see, affiliate marketing works from both sides of the business world. If you have never […]

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There are countless entrepreneurs who are buying, growing, and selling websites as a way to make money online. This industry is growing rapidly, and investors are doing transactions worth millions of dollars every month.  But, finding success in buying and selling virtual real estate is just as challenging as investing in real estate in the physical […]

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The Best Free Tools and sites to use as an Affiliate starter

It is not really a long ago since I first knew about affiliate marketing. Yes, I am no Authority figure or an expert on the subject, However, I am learning by doing. That’s what I can tell you for the time being. I am taking a vey long run and work my way to break those training wheels and Run Forest Run.

In this Article I am writing about the very useful tools that you can take advantage of as an affiliate starter or as a small business owner.

Email related tools


Mail chimp is a an automation platform and email marketing system which you can use to create an email List.

2 Convertkit

Convertkit is another email marketing tool that has a free version which you can use to create your email list and build useful landing pages to capture your audience’s information and build your email list.

Management related tools

3 Last pass

LastPass is a freemium password manager that stores encrypted passwords online. It will be useful because sometimes it is hard to keep all the pass words in your head straight all the time. So, Last Pass keep it for you in one place and you can access it any time anywhere .

4 Trello

As an affiliate working form home, on your own computer, and on your own time you will definitely need this free management tool. Because, let’s face it you are only human and procrastination is the distractive work productivity and the killer of all ambition, Plus, you can keep a day or week track of your work and learning progress.

Trello is a free web list making tool that you are going to need to create your tasks and work on your projects in a very useful way. Just check it out. It gives you the opportunity to break your project and big tasks into small once.

5 Bannersnack

 is a cloud-based, easy-to-use, professional design maker with which you can create fully responsive designs that will look perfect on all screen sizes, on any device.

6 funnelylitcs

Funnelytics is a simple and aesthetically pleasing funnel mapping software that you can use to design, track and analyze your marketing funnels. If you are an affiliate starter you can enjoy visualizing you funnels.

Traffic analysis websites

7 &

SimilarWeb and are websites that provides web analytics services for businesses. It’s useful to give you the right information about the traffic that a website has.

8 Groovefunnels

GrooveFunnels is an all-in-one tool that allows users to build sales funnels, landing pages, and websites to sell products online. It’s a new tool that getting a lot of exposure. It gives you as a starter the opportunity to build three free funnels and learn more about the way affiliate marketing works.

There are a lot more of free apps which you can find in this video here !

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PureVPN review: We like it, especially on sale

PureVPN is a pretty good service, with the right privacy promises. We just aren’t fans of the price.

People usually subscribe to a VPN service for specific reasons. They want to stream Netflix outside of the U.S., protect their communications over open Wi-Fi, or participate in file sharing for TOTALLY LEGITIMATE REASONS.

Understanding that’s how people use a virtual private network, PureVPN, officially based in Hong Kong, provides a list of servers based on those common use cases. Instead of asking you where you want to connect and sending you on your way, this service first asks what you want to do. PureVPN provides five options: stream, internet freedom, security/privacy, file-sharing, and dedicated IP—the latter requires an extra fee.

The streaming option even goes so far as to ask which website you want to use. PureVPN’s list is quite extensive including the major cable channels, HBO, Netflix U.S., Amazon Prime U.S., as well as options for streaming sites in the United Kingdom, Canada, Japan, and India.

For the most part, all of PureVPN’s various functions will allow you to choose from a list of 52 countries. The exception is the file-sharing option, which includes a much larger list of more than 140, though that option is made up mostly of virtual server locations.

By virtual locations we mean that PureVPN doesn’t have physical servers in countries such as Argentina, Mauritius, or Turkmenistan. Instead, the servers are somewhere else such as Brazil, Europe, or North America, but using an IP address for the stated country of origin.

This is standard practice for PureVPN, and the company is not shy about it. There’s an information page on the company’s website explaining what it’s doing. Each virtual location is tagged as such within the desktop apps, as well as on the server list on the website.

In 2017, PureVPN told us it used virtual server locations to bypass low-quality infrastructure in developing countries. That way users can still appear to be in a particular country, perhaps to take advantage of local websites, while still using a robust server backed with higher bandwidth.

Besides marking virtual locations, PureVPN also marks locations that can be used for P2P file sharing, and a phone icon indicates the server will work with VoIP applications.

The rest of PureVPN’s app for Mac is fairly basic. It includes settings such as launching on system startup, which isn’t enabled by default (a nice touch). There’s also an Internet Kill Switch under Advanced Options, as well as an alert that will let you know if you’re not connected to the VPN. Again, both of these options are not enabled by default, which shows a nice respect for user choice. There are also options for adjusting port forwarding, and NAT (network address translation), or non-NAT networks.

As for its privacy policy, PureVPN says it does not log browsing activities, the VPN Internet Protocol (IP) addresses you use, your originating IP address, connection time, or DNS queries. PureVPN also says it received a clean bill of health from Altius IT in 2019.

PureVPN does log some information, however. For example, it logs the VPN location you connect to but not the IP address. It also logs the length of your connections, but not specific times, as well as tracking how many simultaneous connections your account has at any given time. The company says it keeps this information for technical assistance, as well as general product analytics.

PureVPN hit a bit of controversy in 2017 when it handed over user data to the FBI under subpoena that confirmed what the user was up to online. I asked PureVPN what happened in that case, and the company said that at the time its privacy policy allowed for keeping data that it no longer does.

PureVPN’s connections use OpenVPN by default with data encryption handled by AES (either GCM or CBC), data authentication is SHA 1 or SHA256, and the handshake is RSA-2048 with RSA-4096 as a fallback. If OpenVPN doesn’t work the fallbacks are L2TP and IKEv2.

PureVPN costs $70 per year. There is also a six-month plan for $50, or you can pay on a month-to-month basis for $10.95 per month. As usual for a VPN service, PureVPN wants people to sign up for at least a year by making that option the cheapest by far. 2 years plan 70% off 3.33 a month.

PureVPN requires an email address and password at sign up, which is standard practice. It accepts payments using PayPal, credit cards, crypto currencies via Coin Gate, Alipay, gift cards via Paygarden, as well as a number of other specialty payment services. There isn’t a cash option, but cryptocurrencies at least offer some manner of anonymity since you are paying directly to a cryptocurrency wallet.

As for the company itself, it is officially based in Hong Kong. There are some company employees based there, but most people work remotely. Taking a look at listings on LinkedIn, there are a large number of employees in Pakistan, as well as people in the UAE, Australia, and the U.S. The CEO and founder is Uzair Gadit.


PureVPN is a solid performer overall. In our tests, it maintained about 28 percent of the base speed, which puts it in the mid-range in terms of speed compared to competing services. We found that speeds were excellent for the UK and Germany, a little weak in the U.S., and surprisingly good in Asia and Australia.

Overall, you shouldn’t have any trouble getting a capable connection with PureVPN.


PureVPN is a good service. We wish the company would update its look on Mac, but it has good speeds, the privacy policy now makes the right promises, and we know who’s running the company.

We’d feel better if this service didn’t have an exotic location. As we’ve discussed before, foreign VPNs may make users feel better about avoiding the so-called Five Eyes countries and passive spying on networks, but you often trade off accountability on the part of the VPN. We’re not saying that’s the case here, but it’s always a concern. Furthermore, anybody who’s been watching the news in recent months cannot feel good about Hong Kong as a bastion of personal privacy.

We’re also going to take issue with PureVPN’s pricing at $70 per year. That’s a bit high in our opinion when you can find much cheaper options that also offer extensive streaming options. For this kind of money we’d expect NordVPN-style features such as Double VPNs and TOR over VPN, or extra power-user settings.

Perhaps those features will come in time. If you can catch PureVPN on sale we’d recommend it, especially for Netflix streaming. However, we’d suggest comparing it to other services at the same price.

How To Choose Your Affiliate Program Wisely

Affiliate marketing programs have sky-rocketed in popularity recently. As one of the fastest and easiest ways to start an online home business people are jumping on this wave by the millions. Affiliate programs offer merchants the opportunity to employ vast armies of sales people who get paid for the results they achieve.

The rewards for affiliates can be very good, and the skilled affiliate marketer can earn many thousands of dollars per month. This win-win situation has led to an explosion in the number of affiliate programs that are available to affiliate marketers.

With this growth of affiliate opportunities have come many questions, such as: how do you go about choosing the right affiliate program for you? What qualities should you look for in a program and which gives you a good chance of making a sustainable income? Below are some tips that will help you to evaluate affiliate programs, and help you to avoid wasting time and money.

What Commissions Does the Program Pay?

It is very important that you know how much you can expect to earn from a sale. There is no point in spending time and money promoting a product that pays very small commissions. You could end up spending more on marketing than you make on sales. It is probably best to stick with marketing products with a high commission value, unless you have found a niche market where you can sell vast quantities of product, and make substantial commissions on your volume of sales.

How Much Traffic is their Website Getting?

Try to discover the amount of traffic the affiliate owner’s website is already receiving. is a very useful tool for doing this research. If the website is ranked in the top 100,000, the merchant is getting a good volume of traffic, so it’s possible that there may already be too many affiliates. If it is ranked below 500,000 it may be no good, or it could be a golden opportunity to make some real money by becoming one of the first affiliates!

Always research a merchant’s product if their website has a low traffic ranking. It may be a good idea to buy the product yourself if you can afford it. Otherwise you could do a search to find out if there are any negative reviews about it on the internet. Be careful who you listen to though because many people are in the habit of bashing affiliate programs with nothing to really support their comments. If you find a large amount of negative reviews with little positive ones then it would probably be a good idea to stay away from that affiliate program.

How Often Are Affiliate Commissions Paid?

Some affiliate programs pay commissions every week; some once a month, others only pay every quarter. It is important that you know how often you can expect a pay check if you are going to have financial control over your business. Do you have the financial resources to continue to market a product if you have to wait a long time before you get paid? It would also be wise to find out the minimum commission that you have to earn before you get paid.

Does The Affiliate Program Use Tracking Cookies?

Many customers do not buy on their first visit to a merchant’s website. It is important therefore that the merchant uses cookies for their affiliate program, so that you get credit if the customer returns and buys at a later date. Check out how long the cookies last. The longer the cookies lasts; the better the chances of you getting paid!

Does the Affiliate Program Pay on Subsequent Sales?

Some programs will only pay commission on sales that come through customers visiting their site via a direct link from your site. They pay you nothing for any subsequent purchases that the customer makes if they visit the merchants site directly. It is important that you get paid no matter what route the customer returns by if you are to build a sustainable affiliate business.

What Marketing Resources Does the Affiliate Program Offer?

Look at the type and quality of the marketing resources that they provide. Do they provide articles, advertisements, or other content that you can use to put on your site? Do they provide free guides, special offers, free viral e-books, or product samples that you can send to your list? If the marketing material they provide is good then it is likely that the business will provide good support for their affiliates.


Finding the right affiliate program for you can be tough to do. The best advice is to do your own research, follow the advice above, and listen to your instincts. Use the above questions as an aid to finding an affiliate program that enables you to reach your financial goals. You never know… You might just strike affiliate marketing gold!

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10 Natural Herbs To Help Lower Your Blood sugar

10 Natural Herbs To Help

Lower Your Blood Sugar

For People with diabetes

Type 2 diabetes (also called diabetes mellitus) results from the perfect storm of not enough movement, too much of the wrong foods, emotional stress, lack of sleep, toxins, and genetics.  More often than not, patients with type 2 diabetes look towards natural medicine in addition to their conventional medicine for help in treating their disease.  Natural medicines and using food as medicine is a wonderful way to complement your diabetes treatment. However, if added without the correct knowledge or guidance, mixing herbs, supplements and medicines can lead to a drop in blood sugar called hypoglycemia.  

While I do not recommend starting any new treatments without consulting your health care provider, below find a list of the top natural remedies for type 2 diabetes.

1. Apple Cider Vinegar

The primary compound in ACV is acetic acid and is believed to be responsible for many of its health benefits.   There are many evidence-based approaches to using ACV.  Taking 2 tablespoons before bedtime can reduce your morning fasting sugar levels.   Even better, 1-2 tablespoons of ACV taken with meals can decrease the glycemic load of a carbohydrate rich meal.   I generally tell patients to either consume ACV alone, prior to a meal or mix it into salad dressings or teas.   

2. Fiber and Barley

Eating fiber decreases blood sugar and insulin concentrations.   The recommended amount of fiber is around 30 grams per day.  Most Americans get around 6-8 grams, which is not nearly enough.   While you can take fiber supplements like Metamucil (psylium husk), the best way to reach your goal is to eat your veggies!  Barley is a high-fiber, high-protein grain which has lots of data to support its role in helping improve blood sugar, insulin, cholesterol and general inflammation.  Barley does not requiring soaking and usually can cook in less than 15 minutes on the stove top with just some water and salt.  

3. Chromium

Mainly found in brewer’s yeast, deficiency in chromium impairs the metabolism of glucose.  Evidence supports chromium for lower blood sugar and A1c levels.  Be careful if you have kidney disease with this supplement.

4. Zinc

Those with diabetes are commonly found to be zinc deficient.  Studies have shown zinc supplementation can reduce blood sugar and A1C, have an antioxidant effect, lower blood sugar and even help treat some of the complications related to diabetes.   Large doses of zinc can inhibit the absorption of other minerals like copper, so be sure to ask for guidance of the appropriate dosing. 

5. Aloe Vera

The sap of aloe vera is known for its laxative effect.  Therefore, make sure to get the juice of the gel! There is increasing evidence for use of the gel, which is the mucilaginous material inside the leaves.  Be sure that any product you buy is free of aloin or anthraquinones to avoid finding yourself in the bathroom! 

6. Berberine

This is one of my all-time favorite botanicals found in plants such as goldenseal, barberry, Oregon grape root and Coptis.  Current evidence supports its use for decreasing blood sugar and hba1c. Be aware that this herb can interfere with metabolism of traditional pharmaceuticals and should never be taken while pregnant.

7. Cinnamon 

Cinnamon is a fragrant spice that comes from the bark of a tree. It is a popular ingredient in sweets, baked goods, and other dishes.

It has a taste that can add sweetness without any additional sugar. It is popular with people with type 2 diabetes for this reason alone, but it may also offer other benefits.

A 2010 review found evidence from studies involving humans that cinnamon may improve levels of:

  • glucose
  • insulin and insulin sensitivity
  • lipids, or fats, in the blood
  • antioxidant status
  • blood pressure
  • lean body mass
  • digestion

8. Fenugreek

A seed commonly used as a food spice has been used abroad for centuries for its medical benefits to lower cholesterol and hba1c.  If your urine smells like maple syrup, not to worry, this is a known side effect and is harmless.  

9. Gymnema

Used for centuries in India, evidence is catching up to its medical use showing benefits for glucose metabolism, insulin levels and as an adjunct to improve the results of traditional pharmaceuticals.  Be aware, because this botanical works synergistically with your meds, you must monitor your blood sugar closely to avoid having hypoglycemia.  

10. Nopal

Ever see nopales at your favorite Mexican restaurant?   Now you can order them and, rest assured, you’re choosing a food that help lower your blood sugar.  Nopales are the pads of the prickly pear cactus and when cooked right are delicious

Diabetes is one of the four priority non-communicable diseases (NCDs) identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) Simple healthy lifestyle is shown to be effective to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

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Without This, You are NOT absorbing all your Protein : The-Enzymatic-Edge – Eating Less Protein For More Muscle

Have you ever seen a landfill?

It’s a horrific site, scary and not desirable.
If there was something you could do to avoid it, you would do it right?
You could recycle.
You could take precautions about what products you use and how you dispose of the containers.
A visual image of something can really influence your actions and thoughts vs just reading about it.
That’s why it’s so hard to convince people that their “insides” may be rotting with undigested foods from years past.
But take a second and imagine that landfill in your stomach.
There’s a high probability that if you are not doing this one thing when consuming protein, you are just creating a landfill of undigested protein waste in your gut.
That is NOT what you want and it will not help you gain muscle, become healthy and continue burning fat.
Be aware of the dangers of high protein diets: The Enzymatic Edge Guide: Why Less Protein Is More Optimal

Let me be clear:
This is NOT a diet.
This is NOT a nutrition plan.
This IS a solution to help you lower your protein consumption and actually experience better and faster gains that you have ever had.
And in this guide you will learn:
– how to cook your foods properly to not destroy digestive enzymes
– how eating more protein can actually lead to muscle breakdown
– the truth about protein that supplement companies try to hide
– how a vegetarian bodybuilder used this technique to dominate his competition and become champion while only eating 85g of protein

This short but powerful 14 page guide you will completely change the way you think about your protein needs and set you on the right path again. Oh, and it’s FREE!

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