Video Transcript: Suzanne Somers Busts 3 Myths About Cancer Care & Prevention
Ty Bollinger: You mentioned Dr. Blaylock. An interesting statistic that I have heard him quote, and it is regarding breast cancer and mammograms, that mammograms actually increase the risk of breast cancer with each one you get. And then, I have heard you talk about that. Could you expound on that?
Suzanne Somers: Well, I no longer get mammograms. It was Dr. Blaylock who said, “If you start off at age 40 with no breast cancer and you have the prescribed yearly mammogram… by the time you are 50, you will have increased your chances of getting breast cancer from radiation exposure by 33 1/3 percent.”
He said, “And if you carry the BRCA gene, every time you have a mammogram, you increase your chances 15 percent with each mammogram.” And he said, “And most people with the BRCA gene get two, maybe three mammograms a year. So they’re actually ensuring that they will get breast cancer.”
You know, ever since I met [the late Dr.] Nick Gonzalez, he makes so much sense. I do his protocol preventatively. I do not ever want cancer again and by doing his protocol, I am not afraid of cancer anymore. And I think cancer is one of the motivating fears that most people have tucked away inside them.
You know Nick and how pure he is and how he’s not in it for the money and this is a good guy. And the flack he has taken for having the audacity to treat serious cancers with pancreatic enzymes, coffee enemas, and nutritional supplementation, and a designed diet for their genetic code.
But when I wrote [my book] Knock Out, I interviewed 17 of his patients. I said, “I’d just like to talk to Stage IVs.” And I remember there were these two older women. You know, when I interviewed them, I thought they were older but they are sort of close to what my age is now. Isn’t it funny how time flies? And they were both in their 70s. And one had Stage IV breast. One had Stage IV ovarian, only been treated by Nick. One had Stage IV ovarian for 17 years, the other Stage IV breast, at that time for 12 years. I haven’t asked Nick recently, but as of last year they were both still alive and thriving.
And I played devil’s advocate. I said, “Really? You’re going to do coffee enemas every day?” And they started joking and the older one said, “Yeah, I particularly like French Roast.” She said, “It gets me kind of all juiced up.” I said, “Okay, whatever.”
But it makes sense that if you keep cleaning out the liver and a coffee enema goes back to early Egyptian, you know, Cleopatra era. Cleaning out the liver of toxins in a time in the world where our livers are groaning from intoxication, you wonder how anybody can be alive without doing regular liver cleanse.
And then the idea of the pancreatic enzymes, and I always have to do everything visually. So, what I see with his enzymes is you take them in between meals and it’s a lot of them. I think I take, and this is where I get ridiculed, but I take about 80 a day because I had cancer and I had a big tumor. So I am not worried about getting it back, but I have to do everything I can in my power to make sure.
So I visualize the little enzymes. And in between meals they’re eating all the debris and what better debris to munch on than cancer? And when you keep yourself cleaned out, then there is no reason for the cancer to grow a new self.
So, I believe in him. But also, I think my belief is a big part of why I am so well. You know, if you believe it, you manifest it. And I believe it.