Vitamin B-15: This is typically used because of its oxygen-carrying capability. Since cancer cells do not use oxygen and research indicates that oxygen can actually do damage to cancer cells, B-15 is a common part of most physician’s protocol when working with cancer patients. There are also other obvious advantages to increasing oxygen levels to normal tissue. Vitamin B-15 has also been shown to have a significant positive effect on the liver and kidneys.
The usual recommendation is 1 capsule 3 times per day, after meals.
Natural multiple vitamin/mineral supplement (Vita-Forte) 1 tablet 2 times per day
Natural Vitamin E: 1 capsule 2 times per day. (Recently modified to 1 capsule daily when there are active tumors)
Vitamin C: Start with 1 tablet 2 times per day, increasing the dosage by 1 tablet every 3 days until 6 tablets daily are taken. Some may not be able to take this much vitamin C because of diarrhea. If this is the case, the dosage is increased until diarrhea occurs. Then the dosage is reduced to the level just before diarrhea occurred.
EMULSIFIED Vitamin A / Beta Carotene- Sometimes Emulsified Vitamin A is recommended and sometimes Beta Carotene is recommended, but usually not both at the same time. When Beta Carotene is recommended, the suggested dosage is 1 capsule 3 times per day, after meals. (30,000 I.U.)
When Emulsified Vitamin A is recommended, it is recommended that 125,000 I.U. per day be taken. However, the word EMULSIFIED must once again be emphasized. Emulsified vitamin A (also sometimes known as micellized vitamin A) has been processed so that the vitamin A does not build up and store in the liver. Too much of any of the oil-soluble vitamin (K, A, D, & E) can lead to liver congestion and toxicity. This is obviously not desirable and may be detrimental to therapy.
The above is the general protocol that Dr. Binzel uses with his patients. There are other physicians that use highly specific protocols that include much more extensive supplementation as well as a combination of other alternative approaches. Additional anti oxidants and supplements such as grape seed extract, green tea, Immuni-T, IP-6, MGN-3, Colloidal trace minerals etc., to name just a few may be incorporated in any combination with other dietary supplements. It usually depends on a physicians experience and knowledge with certain dietary supplements and their experienced effect on a given condition that determines what will be used in a given protocol for an individual.
There is currently instrumentation available that is being used by more and more nutritional minded physicians that can pinpoint the specific health needs and supplementation for individual patients. This instrumentation is referred to by several names such as electro-acupuncture, trans-dermal screening, trans-cutaneous screening, and electro-dermal screening. These terms all mean the same thing. It involves using a probe on the skin. No needles are used at all and the process is completely painless. The benefits of such testing are unparalleled.
There simply is no possible way to determine the specific nutritional needs of an individual utilizing any other means including blood testing. There are very few Medical Doctors (MD) or Osteopaths (DO) using this equipment. You will find more with the title D.O. after his name using them then you will with M.D. after his name, but you are most likely to find them being used by Chiropractors (D.C.). You will also find them being used by a large number of Naturopaths (ND) and Homeopaths.
If you can find a Chiropractor that utilizes nutrition in his practice (and there are many), then there is a good chance he will know a fellow Chiropractor or even just another health care practitioner that practices complementary medicine that uses such a technique. It is not uncommon or unusual for someone to consult with a nutritional or complimentary minded medical doctor about a nutritional approach to their health and consult with another type of physician at the same time.
Sometimes a physician may be very knowledgeable about a given therapy, but still not have information or even know about something like electronic acupuncture. The use of this instrumentation can save the individual a lot of time and money. It accurately tells the physician which nutrient, supplement, enzyme, homeopathic, drug, etc. that a specific individual needs. It eliminates the guesswork as far as which supplement an individual should have. Since all human beings are unique, their health needs are quite often also unique. Therefore what is helpful to one person with a given condition, may not necessarily be helpful to another with the exact same condition since a different deficiency may have led each of those individuals to the same condition.
If you know of no physicians in your area that practice complimentary, nutritional, or alternative therapies, you should contact The American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). Their web address is www.acam.org. There is a section for physician referrals on their web site. You can even search for a physician by city or state. When you go to this web site to search for a physician, simply click on the “doctor search” icon.
It will take you to a screen where you can search by name, city, or state. If you want to search for physicians in the entire state, simply leave the name and city blank, type in the state and click on go. You can narrow the search down to a specific town or city as well by just leaving the name blank and filling in the city and state. When the referrals come up, note the code at the bottom of the page. There are approximately 75 different types of medical specialties listed (such as nutrition, family practice, diabetes, degenerative diseases, homeopathy, naturopathy, etc.). Each specialty is assigned a two-letter code.
On every specific physician referral, the types of medical specialties that they practice are listed by the double letter code names. This will help you locate a physician for your specific need. For instance, if you were a cancer patient looking for a nutritional approach to cancer you would look for a physician that practices nutrition (coded by NT), or perhaps one that specializes in degenerative diseases (coded DD). Another specialty that is affiliated would be metabolic medicine (coded by MM) since physicians practicing metabolic therapy use nutrition, diet and lifestyle changes like the physicians that use nutritional therapy.
Metabolic therapy might be described more accurately as a nutritional approach to degenerative disease. Another one that would be worth looking into would be a physician that practices preventive medicine (PM). All of these that I have mentioned are connected. Usually, when a physician is listed as practicing Nutrition (NT), Degenerative Diseases (DD), Metabolic Medicine (MM), or Preventive Medicine, they are all practicing these four specific mentioned fields because they are intimately connected to each other.
It cannot be emphasized enough that it is absolutely essential that you not treat yourself for any life-threatening or debilitating disease. You should seek out licensed and trained physicians. Your experience with physicians may have been very bad in the past, but you should realize that the physicians practicing nutritional, complementary or alternative therapies have sacrificed much to work as a healer in a profession that considers them outcasts and “quacks”.
They have sacrificed profits and acceptance in their profession to pursue a course that they know is right and in the best interest of their patients. They are not your typical cold and uncaring doctor. They are compassionate and dedicated to healing. They have your best interest at heart, so you should not view them as being in the same category as others in the medical profession. Don’t let your past experiences with physicians discourage you from contacting someone who can be of immeasurable assistance to you.
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