Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT or IPTLD) is extremely effective in targeting cancer cells in the body but is not sufficient to achieve complete and prolonged resolution of cancer by itself. This is because even though IPT/IPTLD is low dose and targeted, making it almost free of side effects, it is still just a means of eliminating what cancer currently exists in the body. It does not prevent it from merely continuing to be produced or reoccurring.
If one does not modify their own internal biochemistry so that cancer is not a required process by the body, which is always in the process of achieving and maintaining homeostasis (healthy balance), then it will continue to be produced. And if one does not rebalance and stimulate their own immune function, the body will not be able to block and/or halt this and other pathological processes.
Therefore, all three approaches must simultaneously utilized in order to insure lasting resolution of the problem:
2) Target and Eliminate Existing Cancer with minimal collateral damage
3) Rebalance and Enhance the Immune System
This triangulated approach is not only the most rational approach, but is the only one that should be undertaken when dealing with a potentially life threatening condition. This is well known, intuitively, by anyone who has ever had cancer or anyone who has ever thoroughly and critically analyzed the problem and its’ resolution. It is really just, “common sense” or should be “common sense”.
Cancer evolves out a biochemistry which is hypoxic (low oxygen) and acidic with low antioxidant potential therefore, one must consciously change these conditions of the body so that there exists open, flowing, well oxygenated blood to all tissues delivering not only oxygen rich blood, but in an alkaline condition with highly bioactive antioxidants ready to quench any and all free radicals (products of oxidation), which tend to produce cellular damage, including cellular mutations.
Finally, the healthy blood coursing through the tissues must contain all the appropriate raw materials necessary to rebuild, old worn out cells at a rate of about 50,000,000 per hour. This blood needs to contain balanced and adequate levels of cellular products such as hormones, carrier and other proteins used in almost all life stabilizing processes such as clotting proteins and clot dissolution proteins and many other substances, too numerous to mention.
Obviously, the blood contains only that which is allowed entrance into the body through the mouth, lungs, and skin with its’ concomitant, continual release of cellular waste products from the ECF, the “sea” that provides the immediate environment for all cells through diffusion into the capillary beds leading to the venous system which provides transport back through the right side of the heart in order to again, exchange gases with the ambient atmosphere through the lungs. If waste products and poisons are not completely eliminated every day, they continue to both accumulate and circulate hence are repeatedly introduced into the extracellular fluid (ECF), This fluid is that which constitutes the cellular environment hence cells are either able to utilize its’ constituents or must protect themselves from these constituents if they are unusable or poisonous. If the fluid contains unusable substances, they must be eliminated completely and quickly in order to prevent them from producing cellular harm. If the fluid contains outright poisons, the same is true. Cells, then are always responding to their immediate environment ECF (extra cellular fluid) to either maintain healthy cellular/organ function or defense from the accumulated poisons in the thick, sluggish ECF.. Once defensive processes are required to maintain viability, then organ cellular and organ function are diminished and the consequent organ degeneration occurs with an imbalanced physiology.
The function of veins is to drain tissue beds of deoxygenated blood (oxygen just having been transferred and utilized), cellular waste products, three of which are carbon dioxide, lactic acid, and cellular debris and cellular products, i.e., hormones, enzymes, proteins, cytokines, interleukens, paracrine and autocrine secretions, growth factors and much more.
If the veins fail to drain the extracellular fluid completely, again, the unusable, poisons and waste products re-circulate. It is only those materials that are necessary for repair of older and/or damaged new cells, replacement of irreparably damaged cells and cellular products required for healthy cellular function that are useful and need to circulate and recirculate, repeatedly.
Maintaining a clean ECF precludes the need for the production of defensive products and actions and allows for optimal functioning of cells and tissues, hence optimally functioning organs and the entire organism achieves a state of health, for which it was suited for by Nature. Clearly then, elimination of waste and other harmful substances is equally as important to the health of the organism as what is introduced into the organism.
In as much as we all live in a sea of toxins, continual and effective elimination is essential in achieving and maintaining health. In the modern scenario where poisonous airborne particulates breach the skin, are inhaled and swallowed, and chemically altered, genetically modified, processed and then heated (lifeless) “food” is purposely ingested, combined with the fact that we ‘swim’ in an intangible “sea” of electromagnetic fields which alter our electromagnetic congruence (with hitherto unknown medium ad long term effects), it is abundantly clear that continual, effective elimination becomes even more critical than it has ever been in the known history of mankind.
Finally, this modern scenario also finds the human condition to be one of increasing inactivity, due to mans’ intimate relationship with his mental progeny, machines; the continual artificial and unnecessary stresses of making ‘dead lines’, breaking a finger nail before a party, concerning oneself with the intimacies of celebrities, and striving to become something other than what one is, as is the implicit message in all advertising and ‘celebrity consciousness’. The human that emerges from this environment is no longer an earthling but rather a highbred mutant capable of survival only in specific artificial conditions while becoming and remaining a compete stranger in the forest or jungle, our home (niche).
These circumstances produce human beings in which health becomes almost unattainable, especially when one considers that all of the of the aforementioned is combined with inadequate rest and sleep, lack of sun exposure, and a reverence for the new “religion” science. Science, born of atheism and ignorance, is quite the opposite of the eternal Truth of God; for science is in perpetual change making all that is new, quickly old and irrelevant resulting in continual angst (“stress”) instead of living securely in a world which has always been and requires nothing more than learning and apprenticing to the wise in order to become appropriately useful in a role worthy of their birth and life upon this earth.