Enzyme Therapy Archives

This very successful alternative to chemotherapy and radiation works for a high percent of all types of cancers. It includes: diet, nutritional supplements plus enzymes, and detoxification. When reviewing the protocol, remember to individualize. “One size does not fit all.”

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You may already know that cancer is a business that is closely guarded by the pharmaceutical companies. And because of this, many viable solutions to cancer, human as well as canine, are buried deep, like a dog hiding a juicy bone.

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Out of placed,

Cancer is essentially a “baby” growing outside the uterus, anywhere in the body. An ectopic (out-of-place) germ cell changes into an ectopic trophoblast which is an “out-of-place” placenta cell.

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Dr. William D. Kelley, D.D.S., M.S.

I can truthfully say that I have cured or healed myself of cancer (malignancy) and I can cure myself again if it ever becomes necessary…

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Pancreas and Small Intestine

Cancer, like diabetes, is only a symptom of a greater, underlying systemic problem. And both diseases are connected with the same internal organ.

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When I look for answers for my dog’s osteosarcoma K9 OSA, I want to be able to evaluate different available therapies. I want to know why I should treat osteosarcoma in dogs with digestive enzymes instead of chemotherapy and radiation or vice versa.

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Dr. James Gordon

Dr. James Gordon, of the Georgetown University School of Medicine, former NIH advisor, and former Chairman of the White House Commission on Complimentary and Alternative Medicine Policy offers interesting viewpoints on Enzyme Therapy and the work of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez in his role as cancer guide for his patients.

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Sprinkle Instant Oatmeal into a Small Container

This is a fun test that lets you know pretty quickly whether or not the enzyme product you’ve chosen has living, active enzymes that are capable of digesting foods.

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Systemic or Digestive Enzymes for K9 OSA?

It stands to reason that digestive and systemic enzyme approaches should both be used for dogs with osteosarcoma. A disease that is as fast moving as canine osteosarcoma needs both approaches.

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Doctors Checking Radiographs

Should dogs with osteosarcoma take enzymes before having surgery? Digestive enzymes, as a whole, are not an issue, but concerns may lie with proteases or proteolytic enzymes which digest protein and thin the blood.

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