Help! Collagenases are attacking!
The green cancer cells permanently produce red collagenases, which want to destroy the surrounding collagen fibers.
Once the collagenases have done that, the cancer cells spread freely.
Lysine blockades the collagenases. You have it in your hand, stop the collagenases, by giving them what they want - lysine - and immediately they are happy and peaceful.
But hurry, collagenases are fast!
It is quite normal that small cancer cells incur in our body. This is harmless in case your immune system works properly and your body has everything that is needed to stop and destroy cancer cells.
If cancer cells once incurred, they want to invade the body, but your collagen prevents it. Collagen is extremely stable. You could adhere to a single collagen strand 10.000 additional strands and nevertheless the first would not tear up. With such a stable net, the cancer cells cannot easily slip through. That's why they produce these red collagenases that move to the collagen fibers and dissolve away various small particles, such as lysine. Thus, the collagen strand loses its stability, breaks up and the whole collagen net becomes holey. And then even the much larger cancer cells can slip through as through a perforated fence. This is exactly what we want to avoid!
Stay healthy, pay attention to the stability of the blockade – destroy the collagenases!
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