Just as spilling of sugar into the urine in diabetes is a symptom telling us that there is a problem in the digestion and use of sugar and other carbohydrates due to lack of insulin, a malignant tumor warns us of a lack in active pancreatic enzyme.
Dr. WD Kelley: Cancer is a symptom of inadequate and deficient digestion and use of protein. The real problem is protein metabolism, not cancer. The malignant tumor is only a symptom telling those who would listen that their protein metabolism is in very serious trouble. Surgery, radiation and chemotherapy only treat the symptoms of (what we call) cancer.’ (One Answer to Cancer p.14)
Going by Dr. Kelley’s research that cancer has been growing some 2-4 years before it shows any symptom, ASI’s first ‘bukol sa may kili-kili’ in 2007 may have been some 3 years old. But even then, it was still not too late. Had she consulted right away, surgery would most likely have been done, with at least the primary tumor removed. And everything would have been a whole lot simpler because starting her on Dr. Kelley’s nutritional therapy would have halted further growth, usually from within 3 hours to 12 days, while simultaneously controlling any cancer left after the surgery.
By the time ASI sought consultation in October 2010, her breast was a hard mass with orange-peel skin, nipple retracted; the doctors opted for chemotherapy instead of surgery. It was unfortunate that another whole month passed ‘bago napera yung sidecar ng tricycle’ for the chemo; by then, several new nodules had sprouted along with a couple of small vesicles. It was doubly unfortunate that the funding sought to complete the 6-cycle chemotherapy did not materialize so that chemo was aborted after the 3rd cycle. Within the next 6 months, the cancerous growth displaced her nipple and progressed furiously all the way to her back with multiple nodules in varied sizes and shapes.
Dr. Kelley’s ominous warning rankled: One very rarely dies of cancer; it is always starvation and toxicity. I shuddered at the thought of all the accumulated waste products given off by all of ASI’s growing malignant tumors: surely, her over-burdened system was already slowly poisoning her.
Though she had no appetite, her husband tried to feed her as best he could. But even as she ate everything that was served her, ASI wondered why she continued to lose weight: she was practically skin and bones.
So, why was ASI starving?
Fact: Our body cells are essentially protein and must have protein to live.
Fact: It is estimated that half of all the body’s protein is mainly muscle tissue.
ASI’s body was no longer getting enough protein from food due to inadequate enzymes. As her blood protein had to be kept at the minimal level in order to sustain life, her body compensated by very gradually feeding on, sapping or destroying, her muscles. Her damaged tissues actually set the stage for cancer to develop.
And why the toxicity?
It’s been calculated that our body is made up of over 70 trillion cells. They perform a whole lot of functions: among them manufacturing, storage, food production, repair, waste disposal. That’s over 70 trillion “garbage cans” to be emptied!
Our pancreas, however, normally produces enough enzymes to properly digest our food intake, AND clean up all the cell wastes, all the defective, all the worn-out and dead cells throughout our body. Yet even when there is adequate supply, poor blood circulation may prevent available enzymes from getting to the tissues where they are needed. Lack of vitamins and minerals can also prevent adequate enzymes from working properly,
On the other hand, though a shortage can be caused by an over-abundant supply of the body’s anti-enzyme factor, that which keeps the enzymes from digesting our own body, research has shown how a whopping 83% is blamed on the intake of too much protein, particularly animal protein, which overworks the pancreas. The need to digest the large quantities of food one eats uses up all the enzymes, causing a deficiency, leaving none that could otherwise digest all those cell wastes, those defective, worn-out, and dead cells which if not excreted, become toxins that slowly poison the body.
The accumulated wastes from ASI’s malignant tumors plus the daily wastes from her body’s normal wear and tear were already worrisome. But once on the nutritional program of diet, enzymes, Vitamin B17 and supplements, ASI’s tumors would start to dissolve, resulting in more toxic wastes.
On top of that, Dr. Kelley’s intensive regimen would revitalize her previously malnourished cells resulting in an even more increased amount of wastes. All dumped into her bloodstream. Thus the absolute need for the daily enema, a tedious ritual, demanding perseverance and commitment, but crucial to clearing wastes and achieving a reasonable state of health.