Just discovered this website (my husband had it on his IPad, but this morning he decided to show me how to get to all of the websites he has bookmarked for fighting cancer.
Enzymes for Cancer
I have continued to make my smoothies almost every day. About once or twice a week I put the fresh honey-packed pineapple and papaya in a bowl and add a single-serving container of Dannon Oikos Triple Zero yogurt (the only kind sweetened with Stevia leaf extract) and sometimes part of a banana or blueberries. When I do that I also add hemp seeds (good for fighting inflammation), cinnamon, ginger, and flax seed. It does give me a lot of gas so I have to take a probiotic. I’m still trying to find one that works. Beano and Gas X do not work for me.
In the past two weeks I have noticed occasional bouts of sudden loss of energy, sometimes accompanied by weepiness. This usually lasts for about five minutes, and then it is gone. I’m starting to keep track of it on my calendar.
The website above has some interesting history on the study of the benefits of enzymes on the body, their function, and how we got them. It is interesting and may be of interest to those fighting any type of cancer. Whether or not you subscribe to the theories/information here, it certainly can’t hurt. I read everything, pray about everything and try to follow God’s lead on what might be best for my situation.
If time allows, I will post another article later today about a detox recipe I found today, which I will take before lunch.
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My husband, Tom, wrote this article and wanted me to copy and paste it here.
I want to start sharing some of the research I have been doing on how to fight cancer naturally. I will start by saying that I have focused my research to the area of enzyme therapy. I will focus on 1 fruit at a time. Today I will focus on apples. The following research comes from “Base Line of Health Foundation”.
Apples contain a high level of a complex carbohydrate called pectin.
Apple pectin’s primary medicinal use is as a natural remedy for digestive disorders. It is also used to help treat colitis, irritable bowel disease, and other related digestive disorders.
In studies of apple pectin, it has been shown that it may help lower total cholesterol levels and triglyceride levels.
Another interesting study of apple pectin confirms yet one more reason why it pays to eat your fruits and vegetables. As it turns out, the pectin protects against cancer. While apple pectin benefits have been known for some time, this particular study sheds light on how pectin works specifically in fighting cancer cells. A research team at the Institute of Food Research in Norwich, England, discovered that a substance in pectin binds to a tumor-producing protein called galectin 3. Galectin 3 allows cancer cells to detach from tumors and to reattach elsewhere, and so it’s a major factor in the spread of cancer. But pectin blocks the activity of galectin 3 and, in so doing, may prevent the progression of cancer within the body.
A research team at the University of Georgia found that pectin destroyed up to 40 percent of prostate cancer cells upon exposure, while other studies revealed that pectin helps in fighting lung and colon cancers. And in fact, apple pectin was used after Chernobyl to extract radioactive waste from victims.
This information, and a lot more, can be found at “jonbarron.org”
Personal note. My reason for eating apples is to try to keep the cancer from spreading to other parts of the body