Thursday, June 20, 2013

IPT AND DETOXIFICATION: Why do I need a Detox program when receiving I.P.T.?

Our body is a complex living machine that regularly needs cleaning and maintenance to function properly. As living organisms, our body needs to excrete toxic substances produced as a result of metabolic activity. In other words, we all have a certain degree of toxicity; it's part of our biologic response and functioning.
When our toxic level is much higher than normal, a person is prone to contract or develop an illness. Following a healthy life style is important and necessary to keep the toxicity in acceptable levels. But when afflicted by an illness, such as cancer, their body will increase its toxicity. When initiating a cancer treatment protocol, such as IPT, the toxicity level report must be kept under strict supervision.
The cancer itself generates high amounts of toxins, plus when receiving chemotherapy, even if its very low doses, this will also increase the degree of toxicity in the patients system due to the strong nature of the medication. Our natural detoxifying organs are mainly liver, kidneys and lungs, your IPT physician must take good care of these essential organs. A detoxification program goes hand-in-hand with a cancer treatment.
Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) offers a complete detoxification program, based on natural and biologic medicine, as a complementary therapy. You'll also get a powerful dose of vitamins, minerals, immune boosters and essential nutrients that will fortify your body, helping it fight the disease and heal itself. So you're not just getting a targeted chemo therapy, you're also getting nutrients and detoxification, cleaning your system, improving its natural defenses. You'll feel more energy and vitality. And we’re actually helping your body fight the illness, instead of just giving chemo to kill cells.

Another reason why IPT is a smarter way to do chemo. Potent yet gentler on your body, targeting the cancer cells, not the patient.
Good health to you all!
Donato Pérez García, M.D.

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