Insulin Potentiated Therapy IPT
Insulin Potentiated Therapy or I.P.T, was first developed in Mexico in the 1920’s. As a cancer therapy, it is based on the proven fact that all cancer cells utilize a form of metabolism, or energy production, called anaerobic metabolism. This means that they burn sugar without using oxygen.
Cancer requires more
sugar than normal cells
The problem (for the cancer cell) is that it is a far less efficient way of producing a given amount of energy from a given amount of sugar. In practical terms, this means the cancer cells need to have far more sugar, than our normal aerobic cells in order to get the same amount of energy.
Cancer cells use anaerobic metabolism (burn sugar without using oxygen) to produce energy. The problem (for the cancer cell) is that this mechanism is 18 times less efficient than the aerobic (oxygen utilizing) metabolism that our normal cells use. That means the cancer cells need 18 times more sugar than normal cells to grow and prosper.
It has also been proven that cancer cells have between 10 to 100 times the number of insulin receptors on their cell membranes as normal cells. This makes total sense, when you understand that the cancer cells have a greater need for sugar, because insulin is the hormone that assists transport of the sugar across the cell membrane and into the cell.
Alternative Cancer Treatment
In performing Insulin Potentiated Therapy or IPT, we first give a dose of intravenous insulin which starts to drop the level of blood sugar. When the level reaches the mid thirties, the cancer cells literally start starving for sugar.
What they do next is “open up their cell membranes” to try to catch any sugar molecules traveling through the blood. At this point, we administer an intravenous dose of sugar…but…in the syringe, mixed with the sugar, are anti-cancer ingredients.
Insulin Potentiated Therapy
“Targets the Cancer Cells”
These anti-cancer ingredients are delivered into the cancer cells in much higher concentrations than into the normal cells due to the fact that they are being administered with the sugar.
We liken it to a “smart bomb” in that, the ingredients “target” the cancer cells.
Once the targeting is done, additional sugar is administered to bring the blood sugar level back up to normal. All this is accomplished without harming normal cells.
IPT therapy is directly linked with sugar. It is very important that patients understand that an anti-cancer diet is paramount to the success of their overall success.