Enzymes extracted from food sources like pineapples and papayas, among others, are showing tremendous promise in the treatment and prevention of cancer. Enzymes have been used for many years in Europe to treat cancer and other diseases. Numerous European studies on enzyme therapy have been commissioned by the European Union in an effort to establish policy on enzymes for cancer treatment. Here are some of the findings:
Researchers examined the effectiveness of enzymes as cancer treatment or as a complementary treatment for various types of cancer and published their results in the journal Integrative Cancer Therapies. They concluded that “these studies demonstrated that enzyme therapy significantly decreased tumor-induced and therapy-induced side effects and complaints such as nausea, gastrointestinal complaints, fatigue, weight loss, and restlessness and obviously stabilized the quality of life.” For some types of cancer “enzyme therapy was shown to increase the response rates, the duration of (cancer) remissions, and the overall survival times.”
Enzyme therapy has demonstrated its effectiveness in breast (Cancer Biotherapy journal) and bone cancer treatment (Vnitrni Lekarstvi journal). It has also been effective following breast cancer surgery to alleviate arm swelling (Rozhl Chir journal). Enzymes have been helpful in preventing the fibrous changes in the lungs, skin, fatty tissue, soft tissue, liver, and kidneys, which are linked to radiation treatment for lung, cervical, breast, and lymphatic cancers (Likars’ka sprava journal).
Keep reading to learn more about the findings for skin, pancreatic, and breast cancers…