LivingWell Editorial Team, Author at Heal-N-Soothe

Heal-n-Soothe Ingredients: What They Are and What They Do

Heal-n-Soothe® is an incredibly popular over-the-counter supplement and with good reason. Our Heal-n-Soothe ingredients are a combination of proteolytic enzymes along with herbal extracts that enhance their effectiveness is helping many people feel better, get more active, and get back to enjoying life. That’s why we’re taking the time to breakdown exactly what the Heal-n-Soothe ingredients […]

From Healthy Joints to Improved Digestion: 6 Amazing Health Benefits of Papain

Many people have begun taking proteolytic enzymes for the numerous health benefits they have to offer. One of the most popular of these enzymes is papain and for good reason. But, despite its popularity, you may not have heard of this health-boosting enzyme, so we’re going to break down, exactly what papain is, how it […]

Where Can I Buy Heal-n-Soothe? FAQ’s

If you’re wondering, “Where can I buy Heal-n-Soothe?”, you’ve come to the right place. View these frequently asked questions about purchasing and pricing info for Heal-n-Soothe. Q: Where can I buy Heal-n-Soothe? A: We only sell Heal-n-Soothe® online through our e-commerce store at the Healthy Back Institute or through our offer on this website. Q: […]

How to Take Heal-n-Soothe®: Tips to Achieve Effective Results

Heal-n-Soothe® can deliver powerful health benefits to your entire body. Before taking the supplement, make sure to read this entire guide. You’ll discover important details about who should – or should not – take this supplement and what to expect. You’ll also learn the suggested serving size, and how to take Heal-n-Soothe® to get optimal […]

7 Health Benefits of Taking Proteolytic Enzymes Daily

Reduced joint discomfort, healthy inflammation response, natural blood cleaning — these are a few of the significant health benefits of taking proteolytic enzyme supplements every day. Proteolytic enzymes are at the epicenter of your health. They form in your pancreas, breaking down proteins into more simple, usable forms. Sometimes though, your body can’t make enough. […]