Several different lecture recordings by Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez are currently available. The “Gonzalez Therapy Case Reports” lecture (59 minutes), after a brief overview of the treatment regimen, focuses on stories of patients with a variety of advanced and poor prognosis cancers who have done well with his regimen. The “Enzymes and Cancer” lecture (100 minutes) examines the use of pancreatic proteolytic enzymes against cancer. The "What Should I Eat?” presentation (roughly 130 minutes) explores the confusion in the medical world regarding diet, and delves into the science behind his recommendation of widely differing nutrient regimens for different patients. The most comprehensive and detailed recordings available are the lecture “A Nutritional Approach to Cancer” (5.5 hours) and the seminar “The Enzyme Therapy of Cancer” (6.5 hours), which was given to a professional audience and covers more technical aspects of the therapy.
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Gonzalez Therapy Case Reports Lecture
In this 59 minute lecture prepared for the website NaturalNews.com, Dr. Gonzalez briefly reviewed the different aspects of his treatment regimen, and then presented eight case reports of patients with a variety of advanced and poor prognosis cancers who have done well with this approach.
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Enzymes and Cancer
At the Wise Traditions conference sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez discussed the scientific support for his nutritional approach to cancer and other degenerative diseases in a speech titled “Enzymes and Cancer,” lasting roughly 100 minutes. Click here for a short excerpt (2.9 MB). Click here for a review. By arrangement with the producer, New Spring Press has the full-length recording available through this site, in video (DVD) or audio (a 2-CD set). The DVD version is available at Amazon – the price is the same, but shipping costs and times may vary. The recording is also available through Amazon Instant Video, along with a short preview.
What Should I Eat?
The world of diet and nutrition can be confusing, not only to lay people seeking a healthier way of life, but also to professionals trying to sort through a morass of sometimes contradictory information. In the lectures grouped under this title, given in different locations and having slightly different lengths, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez discussed the physiology and biochemistry of dietary individuality, and made sense out of the confusion in the nutritional field and the contradictory statements of “experts.” He reviewed the work of such pioneers as Dr. Weston Price, who showed that traditional groups of humans thrived on many different types of diets; Dr. Francis Pottenger, who demonstrated the effect of nutrients on the nervous system; and Dr. William Donald Kelley, who synthesized the work of these researchers into a coherent plan (sometimes called “metabolic typing”) of individualized dietary and supplement prescriptions. This presentation is a thorough overview of why one diet does not work for all. Please note: this product will not give specifics for the ideal diet for any individual, and is not meant to be used as a self-help guide.
The MP3 version of this presentation (161 minutes) was delivered at the annual Wise Traditions conference, sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation. The DVD set is of a lecture given in Toronto (130 minutes) and was previously sold under the title “What Should I Eat?” in a DVD case. This lecture has been discontinued in that form. However, we have a limited supply of discs, without the case, available labeled with the lecture's original title, “Alternative Medicine Takes On Cancer.”
A Nutritional Approach to Cancer
In this 5 hour 34 minute seminar at the Wise Traditions conference, Dr. Gonzalez discussed the scientific support for the different elements of his approach to cancer, involving individualized diets, individualized supplement programs with large doses of pancreas product rich in naturally occuring enzymes, and detoxification routines such as coffee enemas. Dr. Gonzalez also presented a number of case reports demonstrating the value of the therapy against both cancer and non-cancer illnesses. By arrangement with the producer, New Spring Press has the full-length recording available through this site as a download (three files). Versions on audio CDs or on DVDs are available through Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording.
Please note: Microphone problems (that were corrected) created scratchy sounds during parts of Session 2. Click here (MP3 file, 3.0MB) for an example. The lectures are comprehensible throughout.
“The Enzyme Therapy of Cancer” Seminar
On April 18, 2009, Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD spoke to an audience of medical professionals at a seminar sponsored by Nutri-Link LTD and held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, England. Over several sessions totalling 6 hours 25 minutes, he discussed the scientific support for his approach to cancer and other degenerative diseases. He reviewed the history of the enzyme treatment of cancer, dating back to Dr. John Beard, the British embryologist who 100 years ago first suggested that the pancreatic enzyme trypsin represents the body’s main defense against cancer. A reference list and an excerpt (3.8 MB) are available.
Please note: because of problems in the recording process during the seminar, Session 1 has occasional defects in the sound as demonstrated in the excerpt. Session 1 also has some background noise (1.3 MB) due to microphone problems that were corrected after the first 15 minutes, and there are variations in volume at times in most of the lectures. However, the lectures are comprehensible throughout.
The lectures are only available as a download of five MP3 files representing five sessions. You may purchase the complete set, or you may purchase Session 1 and then return to purchase Sessions 2-5.
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