Tim Brown is a former Heisman Trophy winner (1987 at the University of Notre Dame) and NFL star, the all time franchise leader in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns as a wide receiver for the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, having played more games than anyone else in franchise history.
I was introduced to enzymes about four and a half years ago while going to whole foods stores. I found out that the reason they want you to buy food there is because the food had live enzymes in it. So that was the first time I ever heard the word “enzymes.” I’m a football player, so we don’t talk about enzymes in the locker room, believe me.
In my seventeen years in the NFL, I was one of those guys who did whatever the doctor said to do. I never took any vitamins, I never took anything that was healthy. I never knew what vitamins would do for me. They always told you that a vitamin may have something in it—you don’t know what it is, it could possibly hurt you. I knew that Indocin would hurt my liver or my kidneys, but I took one of those every day. I tore my knee up in 1999, my second year in the league, so I literally lived on Indocin for the next fifteen years. I didn’t go a day without taking Indocin until I met Transformation, so for me it was a big change.