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Fibroid Tumors are a growth that can occur in the uterus, breast, and other parts of the body. They are non-cancerous. They can occur on the outside of the uterus, on the inside of the uterus, or in the middle layer of the uterus. The ones that occur on the inside lining of the uterus are the ones that cause abnormal bleeding.
Fibroid tumors that occur in the middle layer of the uterus do not cause abnormal bleeding but they can get quite large and cause the uterus to enlarge and make you look pregnant. As fibroid(s) grow, they can cause discomfort such as pelvic pain, back pain, leg pain, generalized pressure, infections, and other problems.
It is believed that 20% to 30% of women have fibroids. The cause appears to be a rise in levels of estrogen due to menstrual cycles, birth control pills, pregnancy, weight gain, poor diet, toxicity, constipation, etc.
Your typical Ob/Gyn will recommend a hysterectomy. They will recommend either partial or complete removal of the uterus. You can no longer have children and your natural hormone cycle is pushed out of balance.
Some Ob/Gyns will offer to give you drugs that will shut down the production of your natural hormones for about six months. This will cause the fibroids to shrink and you will not have a menstrual cycle either. However, this procedure is not a cure and altering hormone activity unnaturally can have unwanted side effects.
What is the natural answer to fibroid tumors?
The answer is simple. Fibroid tumors are made up of the same fibrin that we see during normal blood clotting. This fibrin is a protein substance that is digestible via normal body functions. This is great; it means that our body can digest the fibrin that the fibroid tumor is made of.
Then you may ask “Well why did my body not eat the fibroid tumor?” Well here is the answer.
The normal digestive function that the body uses to digest fibrin is enzymes. Enzymes are everywhere in our body performing many functions such as digesting waste products and unwanted proteins (fibroid tumors). However, due to many factors, especially a poor American diet that is low in enzymes, the fibrin in your body is not digested and becomes a tumor.
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If you take a bite out of an apple and set the apple down for a few minutes, where you took the bite will turn brown.That brown is the enzymes in the apple digesting that area where you took the bite. If you let that apple sit there long enough it will rot and degrade; that is the continued work of the enzymes in the apple digesting the apple. All fresh uncooked food contains enzymes which are a vital ingredient of the human digestion process. We not only bring enzymes into our body when we eat, but we also create enzymes in our body for digestion and other functions. One function of the pancreas is the creation of pancreatic enzymes for digestion. (Read my enzyme article here).
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One of the key functions of the enzymes in your body is to eat those things that do not belong in your system. In other words, enzymes have a cleaning function in your body digesting foreign substances. Well, guess what? A fibroid tumor is a foreign digestible substance. If there are enough enzymes in your body, they will digest the fibroid tumor because it is a protein that does not belong. The enzymes that digest those proteins are called proteolytic (protein-digesting enzymes). Consequently, the answer to fibroid tumors is a very healthy amount of these enzymes in your body.
Below is word for word the testimonial of a woman with fibroid tumors and her experience as she took the enzymes. Get Your Enzymes Bottle Here.
My bottle arrived, and I started with 6 capsules the first day, 9 the next day, and 12 the next. On the third day, I noticed a discharge that was similar to ovulation time discharge, and that told me something was going on because the time was not right for me to be ovulating. On day four I took 15 capsules, and for the next six weeks, I took 12 to 15 capsules per day.
The discharge continued. I realized that my abdomen was getting smaller about week three, when one morning I pressed on my abdomen just below my navel, expecting to find the top of the tumor as before, only to discover that it was about 2 inches down from there! I hadn’t been feeling the tumor those first three weeks because I didn’t expect any change that soon.
By week six I could not feel the tumor at all. I wasn’t having any more symptoms and the discharge had stopped! I was overjoyed, and called to cancel the surgery. My doctor was concerned and found it hard to believe they were shrunk, but he left me to my decision.
End Of Week 6
At the end of those six weeks, I cut back on my dosage to 9 per day, which I continued for another six months. I now take 6 to 9 per day to maintain the shrinkage and eliminate any new fibrin that grows in that area and anywhere else in my body, along with flushing out excess estrogen.
I highly suggest you raise the amount of water you drink to help flush your system of any toxins as the enzymes will do a lot of cleansing and water will assist this process. This will be easy to calculate, just drink an ounce of water for every pound you weight.
I currently know of no recognized side effects from the use of enzymes. However, if you are currently taking any anti-coagulant, or blood thinners, consult with your physician before taking enzymes. The enzymes can increase the strength of those drugs.
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