Treatments - IPT
Conventional dosages of chemotherapies are harming the immune system as well as all other organs. As a result of weakening the immune system, our immune cells’ capability to detect and attack cancer cells is impaired.
Therefore, we use a form of low-dose chemotherapy, which protects the organs and the immune system and can even be applied when classical methods no longer help. To achieve this, we combine chemotherapy with substances that reduce blood sugar. The technique is called IPT.
Glucose (Sugar) is essential for every cancer cell, and without glucose, cancer cells cannot produce energy and maintain their metabolism.
Compared to healthy cells, cancer cells greatly depend on the supply of sugar. To absorb more sugar per period than normal cells, they have more receptors than healthy cells on their cell surface. The result is faster and more aggressive growth.
How IPT Works
Verita Life combines different treatments depending on what the patient needs.
With IPT, how does that work?
IPT stands for Insulin Potential Therapy. This is an integrative therapy, combining both
conventional and alternative therapies together. The conventional part of it is using
chemotherapy; the alternative part is to make it suitable for the patients without giving
them any severe side effects as chemotherapy does.
The idea behind the treatment came a long time ago when it was discovered that sugar
is the main source of energy for cancer, so if we lowered the sugar levels in the blood, what would happen to cancer? Here, insulin is playing two roles. One, we are
combining chemotherapy with insulin. The role of insulin is going into 2 parts. One is
that it lowers sugar levels in the patients’ body; and puts cancer into metabolic stress, so the cancer becomes weaker.
The second part is that cancer cells have insulin receptors on their surface, more than
any other healthy cells or cells that attract sugar to it. So, when we inject the insulin,
insulin is binding with these receptors, as if marking or targeting the cancer cells for
chemotherapy. So, at this time, we use a low dose of chemotherapy; which varies
between 10 to 20 or 25% of the conventional dose. At this time here, we have a greater
effect of the actual dose that’s been given, with very few side effects.
When the insulin enters the body, the cancer cell is hungry. And while it’s hungry, the glucose
and the low-dose chemotherapy goes in; and because the cancer cell is so hungry, it
sees glucose available mixed with a bit of low-dose chemotherapy, and it would grab it;
and that means that it basically medicated itself with the chemotherapy and I would
suppose, that it would then be a way of chemotherapy to target the cancer cell rather
than other cells of the body.
Calculated Dose for Optimum Effect
We do not need to use the glucose everytime because there are certain chemo drugs
which have glucose already inside it. That’s what sometimes makes cancer attracted to
chemotherapy conventionally. That is always making cancer hungry and starving, and
then giving it a low dose, which makes it become very weak; and the result could be
greater than the dose that is given to the patient for chemotherapy.
The insulin is always calculated according to the patients’ body weight and their blood
results. So first the patients’ blood sugar is tested before we give the insulin dose. And
then, the insulin works for about 30 minutes at this stage. So, within 30 minutes, we are
monitoring the sugar level until we get to that level, which we call metabolic stress. And
then we give the patient chemotherapy.
Metabolic Stress and chemotherapy
Metabolic stress is a very hungry cancer. Exactly. Very hungry, very weak… very, let’s
say, irritated cancer cells. And that’s the opportunity then for the chemotherapy to
penetrate and go inside and kill cancer. And how much, I mean compared to the normal
conventional treatment, how much chemotherapy is actually going in? It always starts
with 10% and then goes up to a maximum of 20 to 25%.
So, a lot less than conventional treatment. Much less than the conventional treatment.
And it has fewer side effects. Definitely, we don’t have the major side effects of
conventional chemotherapy. As loss of hair, depressed immune system, mouth ulcers,
and so on- we won’t have these. Of course, it’s chemotherapy; it will have very minor
side effects, but the patient doesn’t feel these side effects.
IPT a Fantastic Example of Combination Treatment
We can sometimes see these side effects on the blood works, sometimes, maybe
elevated liver enzymes, but it is not elevated to a point; that it is dangerous. And, at
Verita life, we have a protocol for every chemo drug, so what we can do is or what we
do usually is that we give a chemo protection one day before and one day after, in order
to help the bone marrow to produce more healthier cells, protect the healthy cells from
the chemotherapy as well. So, the side effects are even less with this. I feel the IPT is
such a fantastic example of using conventional treatment and alternate treatment
together. It’s trying to get the best outcome for both treatments for patients.
Why Choose IPT?
With the help of our technique, we reduce the blood glucose level to a minimum. We are weakening the cancer cells and increasing their vulnerability to any form of chemotherapy. At that moment, we inject a very low dose of chemotherapy (10-15% of the usual dose) to kill those weakened cancer cells. Due to the low dose, we also minimize the chemo drug’s side effects on the organs and the immune system. Therefore, this form of therapy is very well tolerated and can be repeated many times. It is suitable for almost all types of cancers.
A Dangerous Environment For Cancer
Verita Life clinic has administered IPT treatments for many of our patients and has achieved outstanding results. Alongside Primary Immune Treatments, this therapy attacks cancer by creating a dangerous environment for cells to thrive in.
Our latest patients have observed these fantastic results and are available to watch on the testimonials page. Achieving inspiring results with little to no side effects in cancer treatments is no longer impossible; it’s happening right here, right now.
Risks of IPT
Like many other cancer treatment methods, IPT may also cause complications in a
There is a risk of developing hypoglycemia when injecting insulin artificially into the
body, and in extreme cases it can cause symptoms such as:
So, it is advisable to always take this treatment under a licensed medical practitioner to