Enzymes and Cancer?


I’ve found a two part video series on enzymes and cancer.

These videos are part of a lecture at the Cancer Control Society.

Enzymes and Cancer part 1

NOTES:

  • Enzymes speed up reactions in every cell of our body.
  • Everything living manufactures enzymes
  • Enzymes perform VERY specific functions.
  • There are thousands of different enzymes.
  • Each enzyme has an optimal pH and temperature range within which it works.    Outside those pH and temperatures, the activity of the enzyme is changed.
  • There is a direct correlation between the amount of energy we need to digest our food and our health.  The more energy used up in digestion leaves less energy for the rest of our body.  The higher the stress load on digestion the lower the metabolic enzyme production by our bodies.  This is key to cancer.
  • Fasting, caloric restriction, enzyme supplementation, raw food etc all have a positive effect on our health and in cancer treatment.

Unfortunately the video was split into two.  Here is the second part.

Enzymes and Cancer part 2
  • Enzyme supplements take the load off the body giving more energy for the body to fight problems.
  • Thrombophilic connection – thrombosis is the presence of blood clots in the body that can result in strokes, heart attacks, etc. 
  • There are lots of studies on the the body’s heightened state to clot, and this clotting effect is thought to be giving the cancer cells the ability to remain undetected.
  • Remove excess fibrin from the blood, then the thrombophilic risk is reduced.
  • The first stages of clotting is an excess of fibrin that cross links with red blood cells.   This creates thick blood, high blood pressure and cardiovascular stress.  It’s also thought to be linked to cancer.
  • Digestive enzyme supplements are recommended if you do not regularly fast, go on a reduced calorie diet or eat raw food.
  • Raw food supports digestion, reduces inflammation, reduces thrombosis and enhances immune function.
  • A fruit meal a day or a salad a day will make a big difference.
  • Nattokinase breaks down fibrin reducing the risk of thrombosis.
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