Sunday, September 20, 2020

Insulin potentiation therapy known as IPT, is a hormone insulin that can significantly increase the effectiveness and release of standard medications. There are many doctors that treat cancer patients with this form of therapy, which is known to be less harsh, safer, with a higher success rate, and cheaper to use.  The insulin buildup gives a strong absorbance for the cell membranes within unhealthy cells to enhance and intensify the therapeutic agents. By using this form of care you will not need to have surgery, or use radiation. When injected with the insulin it can cause low blood sugar, with that in mind the professionals using this form of treatment will intravenously give sugar – water to level out their patients’ blood sugar to stop hypoglycemia.

What does IPT do?

IPT therapy is used as an experimental alternative treatment for; infectious diseases, respiratory, neurological, cardiovascular, as well as many other diseases, but mainly used for cancer. The insulin in IPT helps to open the cells throughout a patients’ body allowing the cancer cells to emphasize. Cancer cells penetrate the insulin about 15 times more than normal cells which increases their absorption of chemo. However, the use of less chemo during a cancer treatment along with IPT insulin making it more effective to kill the cancer cells. With this IPT combination of treatment the normal side effect you usually get when treated with chemo alone are no longer an issue such as,

  • loss of appetite
  • nausea
  • hair loss
  • fatigue

Other benefits:

IPT opens the cells throughout your body allowing a perfect flow for things to go in or out. It has been known to help in detoxifying your body blood and cells, while killing cancer cells. The toxins in your body are automatically apart of the circulation flow that opened, which means they will leave your body as well. As you can see there are many benefits from using IPT form of therapy. If you happen to have cancer or an infectious disease I hope this significant information that was provided will help you to decide if it’s right for you.

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