Alternative cancer protocols use high-dose enzyme therapy to break down tumors, sweep the circulatory system of debris, and stimulate immune function. Systemic enzymes, used in these protocols, break down the protective coating of viruses, liberating them so they can be identified and attacked by the immune system. Viruses and other pathogenic microorganisms greatly increase toxic load, burdening the immune system. Eliminating these infections is paramount for optimal immune function.
This same process applies to cancer cells. When fibrin is broken down, the immune system is then able to target pathogenic invaders more efficiently. Enzymes also increase immune function by stimulating immune molecules, such as cytokines, macrophages, and natural killer cells. With the immune system operating at full throttle, it can go about its duties of preventing the growth and spread of cancer.
Systemic enzymes boost the effectiveness of conventional cancer therapies like chemotherapy and radiation. Chemotherapy is better able to attack cancer cells when fibrin is broken down, and lower doses can be used. Because of their anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, enzymes are helpful in mitigating the negative side effects of chemotherapy, such as vomiting, pain, muscle wasting, and exhaustion. Enzymes are also helpful in breaking down scar tissue, a side effect of radiation. Furthermore, patients recover more quickly from surgery when taking enzymes.
There are many benefits of enzyme therapy, not only for treating cancer, but for cancer prevention, pain reduction, and general well-being. Here’s a list of the beneficial effects enzyme therapy has on the human body:
- Reduces inflammation
- Dissolves scar tissue
- Decreases pain and swelling
- Improves circulation
- Boosts the immune system
- Breaks down fibrin
- Removes waste from the bloodstream
- Improves liver function
- Increases the efficiency of white blood cells
- Manages yeast overgrowth
- Accelerates recovery
- Dissolves blood clots and plaque
- Reduces allergies
In addition to these numerous benefits, enzymes also bind anti-proteinases, which inhibit metastasis. They interact with adhesion factors, further inhibiting the spread of cancer and tumor growth. Enzymes reduce free radicals by promoting enzymes that have antioxidant properties. This is significant because free radicals can initiate oncogene expression.