Enzymes vs. cancer

Updated November 26, 2019

Dr. William Donald Kelley (One Answer to Cancer, p. 20) avers that Cancer is A “Process”, that daily, everyone produces Malignant Tumor Cells and daily, most everyone’s pancreas produces adequate pancreatin to digest the food they eat and these Malignant Tumor Cells.  It is when one’s pancreas fails to produce the necessary pancreatin to accomplish these tasks that the disease “Process” takes place which we correctly call Cancer.

A good preventive would be to take the enzymes with meals: the enzymes will digest ingested food, and the body’s own enzymes production is made readily available for digesting malignant cells. Dr. Kelley advocates taking extra enzymes on an empty stomach.  An hour before a meal, or 2 hours after a meal or snack, would give the body the extra enzymes to further aid in the control and/or management of any malignancy.  It is important to keep in mind that cancer is in the very nature of our body and that pancreatic enzymes, importantly trypsin and chymotrypsin, are essential to digesting malignant tumours as well as toxic wastes.

Gleaned from the series of interviews conducted by the Cancer Control Journal published in July/August 1973,  Dr. Kelley propounded: “… all cancer victims are deficient in pancreatic enzymes.  They cannot metabolize protein or they wouldn’t have cancer in the first place.  So this is essential. I have never known of a cancer patient who, from the time they were diagnosed by their physician as having cancer until they died — did not lose weight. So basically, cancer is a starvation condition.  No matter how much protein they take in, they are not using any of it, or enough of it,” for lack of adequate pancreatic enzymes.

Enzymes carry out almost all of the chemical reactions that take place in the cells (FAQ3, August 22, 2014 post).  Our body, its cells, tissues, and organs need protein to survive and function properly.

When assimilation of dietary protein is hampered due to inadequate pancreatic enzymes, the body will first access the protein it sorely needs from the skeletal muscles, resulting in muscle-wasting over time, eventually leaving terminal patients reduced to mere skin-and-bones. 

I have gotten feedback that lapay (pork pancreas), Dr. Efren Navarro’s suggested enzyme alternative for an indigent patient, is not that easy to source in the wet market nowadays.  I would like to think that it is enzyme-use for cancer therapy which is causing the shortage of this very rich and natural source of trypsin and chymotrypsin, the vital enzymes for cancer control management.  But it’s more likely the fact that lapay is a main ingredient of all-time native favorites bopis, bachoy, and dinuguan — viands which used to be popular street foods only, but are now regular fare even in dine-in restaurants.

Good news though!  The two (2) variants of Natures Plus Brand now available at Healthy Options both provide the proteases trypsin and chymotrypsin, the enzymes important to cancer control.  Last I checked:

  • Pancreatin 1000mg, a bottle of 60 tablets costs PhP785.00; the other 
  • Ultra-Zyme, preferred by vegans/vegetarians because of the Cellulase, a bottle of 180 tablets costs PhP2,199.00.

 

 

 

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  1. […] mind was suddenly on overdrive! Since Tri-Zyme, the then available brand of pancreatic enzymes with trypsin and chymotripsin, had worked on my […]

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