What Are Enzymes?
All enzymes accelerate reactions, or even permit reactions that otherwise would not happen, while the enzymes themselves end up unchanged. Enzymes therefore are catalysts and can act over and over again doing the same thing. The proteases group (trypsin, chymotrypsin) carboxypeptidases amd elastases are specifically directed to proteins. Amylase attacks carbohydrates; lipases attack fats, etc.
TumorX Formula 103X is the only pancreatic enzyme formula on the market that has the full protease family in concentrations that will defeat cancer in the human body. Because enzymes are catalysts, their effectiveness can be greatly influenced by their environment. An acid and/or alkaline environment will increase activity or retard activity, as will temperatures, concentrations of substrate (the substance upon which they work), coenzymes or cofactors, and inhibitors ...these environments all play a part in the efficiency or the lack of efficiency in enzymes. The cancer cells act as enzyme-inhibitors by secreting a number of substances that reversibly inhibit the proteases manufactured by the pancreas in the body (this is one of the reasons that high levels of pancreatin are needed to defeat cancer). Usually glyco-proteins in the form of lactate (a precursor to lactic acid) are released from the cancer cells as enzyme-inhibitors.
How Does An Enzyme Know A Cell Is Carcinomic In Nature, Defective or Dead?
This question has puzzled many. There are two basic theories, the first and oldest is called Vitalism - the doctrine that all the functions of a living organism are due to an unknown vital principle distinct from all chemical and physical forces. The newest theory is called Physicist or Physiciststism - belief that the fundamental phenomena of life are to be explained upon purely-chemical and -physical principles (as opposed to vitalism). Both are a doctrine of theory, an "ism" being a visionary theory. With that statement, here are the facts:
A) Living Cells Are Able to Communicate One To And With Another.
B) Living Cells Are Able to Request Nutrients From Adjacent Cells, i.e., requesting trans cellular-migration. This phenomenon is not limited to only nutrients entering the cells and waste products leaving the cells (i.e. lactate), cells have the ability to allow trans cellular-migration of extremely large enzymes and nutrients.
C) Living Cells Give Off Signals Allowing The Body To Identify The Health State of The Cell. An example of the health state of a cell is undergoing naturally-occurring apoptosis. The body needs to be aware of the narcosis of cells, being ready to replace the cell, utilizing the energy from the narcotic cell, and carcinoma cells utilizing greater amounts of glucose. While the cell is in the state of aerobic or anaerobic rest, the consumption of glucose is abnormally high.
D) The Body Can Identify Carcinoma Cells.
These four facts are very important to the understanding of enzyme therapy. We must understand that an enzyme is a natural catalyst, but displays the attributes of living matter. (An example of a simple chemical catalyst is sodium-hydroxide (caustic soda). This is used to make everything from hand soap to writing paper. Sodium-hydroxide freely exchanges ions to accomplish the chemical reactions).
Enzymes are different from simple chemicals. They belong to a special branch of chemistry called by Biochemistry. This is because molecules found in living organisms not only conform to all the familiar physical and chemical principles governing the behavior of all molecules, but, in addition, interact with each other in accordance with another set of principles that we shall refer to as the Molecular Logic of the living state.
These principles do not necessarily involve any new or as yet undiscovered physical laws of forces. Rather, they should be regarded as a set of ground rules that govern the nature, function, self replication, and interactions of the specific types of molecules found in the living organisms. Not all the principles comprising the molecular logic of the living state have yet been completely-identified; indeed, some are only dimly perceived. In fact, it is perhaps more appropriate to speak of these principles as axioms, since some of them are intuitive and not yet definitely-provable.
The Lining of the Intestines and its Function
It is known that the lining of the intestine is an active organ tissue that breaks down nutrients, selects what it will or will not allow to be absorbed into the blood stream; and controls the speed with which the action takes place. Enzyme Absorption research continues to show enzyme absorption methods in new and dynamic ways, and we know that the intestinal lining absorbs enzymes intact. Today we know that enzyme absorption is possible...and, in fact, this process occurs daily. Enzyme absorption occurs through two main methods:
1) Pinocytosis (from root word "pinocyte" originating from Greek "pineo" meaning 'to drink' and "kyto" meaning 'cell,' that is to say in English, "to drink cells," technically-speaking the uptake of fluid-filled vesicles into cells (endocytosis). The action of pinocytosis is a distinct process, being energy-independent, and involving the formation of receptor ligand clusters. This is described technically by saying: Any molecules, including enzymes, that bind to substances (i.e. water), which in turn allows the usage of water-soluble molecules such as TumorX Enzyme to bind to a receptor (i.e. amylase connected to water). When this process takes place the TumorX enzymes are able to migrate through the wall of the intestinal gut and directly into the bloodstream. A simpler comparison is the elevator. A person steps into an elevator on the first floor and the door closes behind them. Upward the elevator travels, the door opens and the person steps out onto the second floor. Similarly, the intestinal lining encloses and engulfs enzymes that travel to and from the second floor (bloodstream) where the door opens, releasing the passenger (amylase enzyme). Once the enzymes are in the bloodstream the enzymes can travel to the lymphatic system. This is achieved by the enzymes hitching a ride via the lympochytes, that is to say, the white blood cells which help fight the disease and infection. This process helps the enzymes travel through the vascular system easily and effectively.
2) Peristalsis (from root word "Stalsis" originating from Greek meaning 'contraction') is the transcellular absorption or migration process in which large enzymes and nutrients are pushed in a wormlike movement by the digestive tract through the small intestine. This provides both longitudinal and circular motion using the contraction and release of the cells in a juxtapositional relationship; the enzymes travel along the epithelium component of the cell. In essence, the cells' surrounding tissue consists of a wave-like motion caused by the contraction. The enzymes pass through the tube-like passage, made exclusively for the passing enzymes, for variable distances throughout the body until the enzymes find carcinomas, damaged cells (pre-cancerous cells), or debris in the body. If the enzymes are not utilized, the enzymes are then forced into the bloodstream to travel around the vascular system until a location or opportunity arises where the catalyst action of the enzymes can be positively-utilized.
Enzymes are able to migrate around healthy cells looking for non-living compounds. A good example of this are cholesterol esters ...enzymes reacting with cholesterol to manufacture vitamin D2 and D3 (ergocalciferol and cholecalciferol) to save one's body from artery-clogging debility called heart disease. Enzymes work in harmony with the body to manufacture these extremely complex naturally-synthesized chemicals.
Enzyme Absorption System Enhances maximize enzyme activity. They can also improve the absorption and bio-availability of various nutrients, and decrease the drain on the body's own digestive enzymes, thus prolonging their lives. Enzyme therapy as a preventative has a definite place for prevention in the lives of cancer patients. An individual with cancer should work with his or her physician to plan a treatment plan that includes enzymes.
Enzyme Therapy has worked on all cancer types:
Cancers That Have Been Helped By Systemic Enzyme Therapy Research has supported the efficacy of enzyme therapy in the treatment of the following types of cancer:
Our body's ability to function, to repair when injured, and to ward off disease is directly related to the strength and number of our enzymes. That's why an enzyme deficiency can be so devastating. All life processes consist of a complex series of chemical reactions. These reactions are referred to as metabolism. Without enzymes there would be no breathing, no digestion, no growth, no blood coagulation, no perception of the senses, and no reproduction. Our bodies contain millions of enzymes, which continually renew, maintain, and protect us. No person, plant, or animal can exist without them.
To my knowledge thousands of people world wide have successfully treated themselves using the TumorX Protocols.