Pancreatic enzymes have two purposes: to digest foods that enter the small intestine from the stomach, and to digest or break down abnormal cells and by-products of incomplete digestion and inflammation. PanEnergy enzymes can be taken with food to supplement the digestion of food in order to break them down into smaller and smaller particles so that they can pass through the wall of the small intestine and be used for nourishment in the body. These enzymes may also be taken away from meals to support optimal metabolism and maintain energy.
As a metabolic support, pancreatic enzymes digest harmful cells and pathogens into liquid debris, which the immune system can phagocytize (literally “eat up”). This metabolic waste is further broken down and emulsified through the bile produced in your liver and is then removed through the colon, as well as excreted through the urine by the kidneys and bladder and through the pores in your skin from sweating.
William Kelley, DDS, Edward Howell, MD, and Frank Shively, MD were all pioneers in the use of enzyme therapy for turning around even the most serious illnesses. In the treatment of cancer, the research by Scottish embryologist John Beard was instrumental in helping holistic physicians understand the true underling nature of this deadly disease. Dr Beard stated, in effect, that cancer was simply analogous to pregnancy occurring in the wrong time and place. Beard proposed this “Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer” in a 1906 paper, where he asserted that pancreatic proteolytic enzymes not only digested food but also digested malignant tumor cells. Thus, he extrapolated that cancer was caused by a deficiency of endogenous pancreatic enzymes, and could be treated through the use of exogenous enzymes through supplementation.
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