Two groups of experiments were conducted at the Michael Rees Hospital in Chicago. The experimental group is 21 to 31 years old, and the control group is 69 to 100 years old. Researchers found that the salivary amylase of young people is more than 30 times that of older people. This is why young people can easily digest sugar, bread, noodles, pastries, and cooked food. But these foods accelerate the exhaustion of pancreatic digestive enzymes produced by the body. Maintaining the normal functioning of the immune system relies heavily on enzymes. Many white blood cells produce and use enzymes as an essential part of their functions. Another type of cancer fighter, T lymphocytes, attack cancer cells in a similar way, using enzymes to dissolve and digest tumor cells. T lymphocytes are a highly integrated system that can identify cancer cells and then attack and destroy them. Enzyme therapy is widely used to treat cancer patients. The proteolytic enzyme from the pancreas has a unique ability to break the mucosal protein coating that surrounds all malignant tumors. This mucosal protein coating prevents the body's immune system from attacking cancer cells. Enzymes for cancer can also protect the body against cancer, especially cancers that have metastasized or spread. Pre-cancer cells are attached to human tissues via fibrin (a protein necessary for blood clotting). Enzymes digest fibrin to prevent precancerous lesions of human tissues and adhesion of cancer cells, which are released into the blood circulation, and these abnormal cells are destroyed by circulating enzymes or the fighters of the immune system. Some studies have found that proteolytic enzymes such as bromelain actually have the ability to transform cancer cells into normal cells. A century ago, Scottish embryologist John Beard, despite not having much knowledge of enzymes, discovered that extracts from pancreatic tissues from young animals can effectively cause tumor shrinkage. Dr. Beard works in a British hospital and injects his pancreatic extract directly into a tumor, or a patient’s muscle or vein. According to reports, he can help or even cure some patients with advanced cancer. However, due to the use of crude products, containing impure and exogenous protein, some patients have allergic reactions. For this, he was severely criticized and attacked by his colleagues in the medical field. The next important advocate of enzyme therapy is Dr. Wolfe of Columbia University in New York. Dr. Wolf is interested in enzymes and cancer, and wrote to many medical libraries in the United States and Europe to seek information in this regard. He read almost all the books and articles on the issue at that time, and managed to find Dr. Beard’s books, only a few of them existed. He worked in the research laboratory of Columbia University in the 1950s and designed a complex study of the effects of enzymes on cancer cells. In thousands of cell culture dishes, normal cells and cancer cells grow together. These petri dishes are then treated with specific enzymes or combinations of enzymes to determine which ones are most effective at killing cancer cells. He later moved to Germany to continue his clinical work. There, he developed the final formula, which is very effective for the treatment of cancer. Other similar enzyme products are widely used in medicine. They are effective for many inflammatory diseases, arthritis, autoimmune diseases, injuries, blood clots, and phlebitis, as well as for cancer management and control. The famous cancer researcher, Dr. Ralph W. Moss, said: "For many years, opponents of alternative medicine believe that enzymes will be broken down and deactivated in the stomach, and they will not work. Digestive enzymes can be absorbed into the bloodstream and be absorbed by the pancreas. The viscera is reabsorbed and reused instead of being reduced to amino acids in the intestine. This is the so-called enteropancreatic circulation of digestive enzymes." For more information, visit the website for more details:

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