99: What Penicillin Is To Bacteria, Enzymes Are To Cancer

What Enzymes Are To Cancer, Penicillin Is To Bacteria

This week Dr. Jack and Mary look back into the history of cancer theory, and particularly a theory posited by Dr. John Beard at the turn of the 20th century more than 100 years ago based on the relationship between the enzyme health of the patients and rates of observable cancer in his patients.

The Enzyme Theory of Cancer would prove such an interesting and effective method, that it was immediately misunderstood and misapplied; consequently being outlawed before the mechanism of why the treatment might work for some but not for others was well understood.

Flash-forward to the present, and experts are starting to come around to the role enzymes can play in nourishing the body’s own mechanisms against malignant growth in the human body.

The problem, as usual, is where to get the proper enzymes in the foods we consume; something much more difficult to achieve with our modern diet and new-fangled definition of the word “food”.

But the science is sound, and it’s time to start taking the role of enzymes throughout the body much more seriously.

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One thought on “99: What Penicillin Is To Bacteria, Enzymes Are To Cancer

  1. Carolyn Shaw says:

    I have an “acoustic neuroma” which is a tumor on a nerve in the ear. Doctors say they are always benign. Would enzymes be recommended in this case. I know you can’t make any claims or promises but could you please tell me your very enlightened opinion on this or what I need to do to shrink this thing or at least keep it from growing…. I’m trying to justify spending $600 on your very expensive enzymes as I am a widow living on Social Security. I have been taking 6 a day but need to reorder. I don’t want to do more harm than good. Will my liver be compromised by taking all these enzymes? Also the Doctor said there is some evidence that antioxidants may help to reduce the tumor size and suggested a half of baby aspirin daily. Really? Does aspirin contain antioxidants? I have another MRI in February .

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