New Spring Press Catalog
CONQUERING CANCER -
BEST CASE REPORT SERIES
Conquering Cancer: Volume One
50 Pancreatic and Breast Cancer Patients on The Gonzalez Nutritional Protocol
Conquering Cancer: Volume Two
62 Patients on The Gonzalez Protocol
By Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD
The two volumes of Conquering Cancer are available exclusively on Amazon. This cancer case report series documents the effectiveness of The Gonzalez Protocol® - the nutritional enzyme cancer treatment designed by Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD. The book provides an in-depth analysis of The Gonzalez Protocol® in both theory and practice.
This pioneering book series includes patients diagnosed with a poor prognosis or terminal malignancies who did well under Dr. Gonzalez's care. These two volumes of Conquering Cancer are the culmination of Dr. Gonzalez's twenty-eight-year medical career. Dr. Gonzalez died unexpectedly in July 2015.
Includes 112 best case reports and 19 different types of cancer, the two volume series is available to all those with an interest in cancer in general, the enzyme treatment of cancer in particular, alternative medicine, and the Gonzalez Protocol®.
PLEASE NOTE: this is not a how-to book for self-treatment.
AVAILABLE ON AMAZON IN HARDBACK AND KINDLE EDITIONS.
Nutrition and The Autonomic Nervous System:
The Scientific Foundations of The Gonzalez Protocol
By Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD
In this global award-winning book, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez (developer of The Gonzalez Protocol® for the treatment of cancer and many other degenerative diseases) explains the importance of nutrition in maintaining and restoring the autonomic nervous system balance that is so crucial to good health. WINNER OF THE 2018 BOOK EXCELLENCE AWARD IN THE CATEGORY OF DIET & NUTRITION.
Dr. Gonzalez describes how individual variation in nervous system function means that different individuals require different types of diets (ranging from largely raw food and vegetarian to diets high in fatty red meat, and every variation in between) in order to achieve good health.
Drawing upon more than twenty-five years of private practice in New York, and prior research by Drs. Pottenger, Gellhorn, and Kelley, he also explains why nutritional supplementation protocols similarly need to be individualized for optimal autonomic nervous system function.
While this book is not a how-to manual, reading it will help you better understand how to maintain or improve your own health or, if you are a health professional, to better assist your patients to remain healthy or recover from illness-without potentially harmful medications.
AVAILABLE ON AMAZON IN PAPERBACK AND KINDLE EDITIONS
What Went Wrong:
The Truth Behind the Clinical Trial of the Enzyme Treatment of Cancer
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez exposes what went wrong with the clinical trial; Pancreatic proteolytic enzyme therapy compared with gemcitabine-based chemotherapy for the treatment of pancreatic cancer,” sponsored by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the National Cancer Institute, conducted under the auspices of Columbia University. Winner, Silver Award, Independent Book Publishers Association 2013 Benjamin Franklin Awards (Science category). Click here for more information and reviews …
“What Should I Eat?” Lecture Recording
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. Many nutritional experts propose a single “ideal” diet for everyone, though each of these experts may recommend a diet at odds with the others. Some believe all humans should follow a high meat, high animal fat diet; others, one emphasizing plant foods; still others, a more balanced “Mediterranean” type diet. Not only can these conflicting opinions lead to confusion among those trying to improve their health, many end up on a diet that just isn’t right for them. In this lecture, Dr. 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 of individualized dietary and supplement prescriptions. 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. Length: 161 minutes.
“Different Diets for Different Types” Lecture Recording
This lecture is an expanded version of the above talk, “What Should I Eat?”. Presented to a professional audience at the ALLDOCS Annual Conference in San Marco, Florida, in this event Dr. Gonzalez went into greater detail regarding the physiology and biochemistry of diet and nutrition and the use of diet and nutrients to treat disease, again with emphasis on the pioneering work of Weston Price, DDS, Francis Pottenger, MD, and William Kelley, DDS. It differs from “What Should I Eat?” in that in the last section of his talk Dr. Gonzalez included an hour of case presentations from his files of patients diagnosed with both advanced cancer and serious non-cancer illnesses, who have done extremely well on their nutritional programs for many years. 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. Length: 4 hours.
“The Enzyme Therapy of Cancer” Seminar Recording
On April 18, 2009, Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD spoke at a seminar sponsored by Nutri-Link LTD and held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, England. Over several sessions totalling nearly seven hours, 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. Length: 6.5 hours.