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Ethozyme II - Helps The Fight Against Cancer

Ethozyme - Enzymes themselves don't actually kill cancer cells, what they do do is that they help the immune system find the cancer cells to kill. Enzymes are able to touch/ feel/ communicate with the cells they bump against, distinguishing and differentiating between healthy cells and defective or cancerous cells. That's what enzymes do, they melt down things that don't belong there, including cancer cells. The more enzymes present in the body, the greater the chances the immune defence system will be able to identify individual cancer cells. People with an increased risk of cancer could reduce their risk by taking enzymes. Enzyme therapy must be continued indefinitely for the best results. Higher doses of enzymes are needed for individuals who have cancer. And lower doses are required for regular maintenance.

Serrapeptase - Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme which means that it digests or dissolves - it helps to break down proteins known as fibrin. Fibrin is found in tumours, cysts,dead red blood and muscle cells.The astonishing fact is that, unlike other biological enzymes, Serrapeptase affects only non-living tissue, like the silk cocoon. This is the reason the butterfly is not harmed. For our health purposes, serrapeptase dissolves only dead tissues such as the old fibrous layers that clog the lining of our arteries and dangerously restrict the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain. Because of this, Serrapeptase is extremely useful in keeping arterial deposits from building up again after angioplasty (a balloon technique used to clear an artery blockage) or coronary bypass surgery has been performed.

Almost seemingly capable of sensing that the body's immune defenders might recognise them, cancer cells hide themselves under a thick coat of adhesive fibrin, a coat that is some fifteen times thicker than the fibrin over normal cells. This thickened coat hides away their suspicious markings, including their antigens, from the body's immune defenders. The cancer cells with their sticky coating can adhere to tissues where they congregate and multiply. To throw the body's immune cells further off track, the cancerous cells may slough off their antigens. The immune cells immediately attack these harmless proteins but leave the cancerous cells unharmed. The cancer cells grow because of the absence or inadequate presence of enzymes that are capable of stripping the fibrin away from the individual cancer cells. Adequate enzyme activity can lay bare their antigens and so pave the way for their destruction by the body's immune cells. The more cancer cells the body produces, the more enzymes that are required.

Serrapeptase is an even stronger enzyme than bromeline, papain, trypsin, chymotrypsin, rutin and pancreatin. Once in remission then serrapeptase help to clean up scar tissue, helps to reduce swelling and helps to relieve pain.

Pycnogenol - Pycnogenol has the ability to induce apoptosis and slow down the proliferation of leukaemia, breast, and ovarian cancer cells. This natural extract has been recognised as an anti-oxidant and for its ability to prevent activation of NFkappaB, a transcription factor that is often over-active in cancer cells. Much of the research pertaining to pycnogenol involves its ability to prevent cancer.

Nattokinase (including vitamin K2) Studies have shown that vitamin K2 is effective against cancer. For instance, one study, published in the September 2003 International Journal of Oncology, found that treating lung cancer patients with vitamin K2 slowed the growth of cancer cells, and previous studies have shown benefit in treating leukaemia. Vitamin K2 is a newly available extract of natto that provides the highly bio-available form of vitamin K2 as menaquinone MK-7.

How Systemic Oral Enzymes Modify Tumor Cells & Immune Function to Fight Cancer

The Effects of Enzymes on tumor cells

  • Changes in the coating substances and changes in the cell surfaces (increase in the immunogenicity).

  • Exposure of the tumor cell antigens (increase in the immunogenicity).

  • Decrease in the adhesive powers.

Effects on the immunological system

  • Degradation of circulating immune complexes (elimination of "blocking factors" that cancer cells use to hide themselves).

  • Increase in phagocytosis (complete elimination of the "blocking factors").

  • Activation of macrophages and natural killer cells (direct attack against the tumour cells) Secretion of cell messenger substances (TNF,interleukin).

  • Inhibition of the adhesion molecules important for metastasis.

  • Increase in degradation of fibrin.

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