Strictly from the digestion process point of view enzymes do the following:
Breakdown pieces of food to allow your body to access the nutrients.
If your pancreas produces enough enzymes the enzymes will first thoroughly digest your food. Next, if your panaceas is working correctly and producing enough enzymes, some enzymes will go into your bloodstream and will digest any foreign proteins. After that, they will digest any damaged or imperfect cells such as bruised cells and cancer cells.
Foreign proteins (particles) include:
What happens to the foreign protein after the enzymes reduce it to waste material?
Your blood collects and moves the waste material to the liver and the liver (a big filter) captures the particles.
After the blood is filtered by the liver the clean blood recirculates.
Waste is temporarily stored in the gall bladder and is eventually dumped into the colon for elimination.
What symptoms can happen if too many particles, too fast, are collected in the liver?
When the liver is filled to capacity the additional debris overflows and returns to the blood. It then circulates and generally manifests as symptoms, which start in the weakest area.
Symptoms can include:
What to do when the symptoms become overwhelming:
First level of overwhelm: Detoxify
Coffee Enemas up to 3-4 a day (if you get leg cramps – supplement with potassium salts)
Any other method to detoxify you have access to:
Second Level of Overwhelm (nothing mitigates the overwhelm — it is expected and welcome as it means the enzymes are doing their job)
Dr. Kelley recommends you take a break from enzymes after 25 days even if you are able to stay ahead of the overwhelm by detoxifying. Take 5 days off the enzymes. Continue the coffee enemas.
If you get to unmanageable overwhelm prior to the 25th day stop for five days and then begin again.
Thanks to Ruth R for asking for detailed information.
Kelley Enzymes (for Digesting Cancer)
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