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How to tell if the cancer is going away?

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Mere asks Dale

How to tell if the cancer is going away?

Each day our body replaces cells:

The death of the cell is called Apoptosis and is normal.

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Between 50 and 70 billion cells die each day due to apoptosis in the average human adult.
When your body replaces the cells with new cells that have been created you have homeostasis.
If you are providing quality nutrition and complete digestion and absorption free from additives, pesticides and carcinogens, the new cells are “perfect.”  In comparison, those who are consuming the standard foods may not be heading toward  robust, disease-free healthy outcome.
Cancer seems to turn off Apoptosis in the cancer cells rendering them immortal. The job of the pancreatic enzyme as I was taught by Dr. Kelley is to break the cells allowing the body to remove them and replace them with healthy cells.
Since we seem to have a lot of cells I understand that recently, scientists have made a pretty good effort to count them. And their final count is…37.2 trillion. Calculating the number of cells in the human body is tricky, so figure this is a “ball park” number.
Dr. Kelley would tell people it will take between six months and eighteen months to rid the body of measurable cancer.
In my experience, your body will tell you when it no longer needs therapeutic amounts of enzymes. Read about butt burning here.

 

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