Have you ever wondered about your body temperature and how it relates to the development of cancer? It is well known that cancer is heat sensitive?
Hyperthermia treatments exisit as medical treatments that consist of heating up the body and then infusing chemotherapy, We already know that low body temperature creates a happy home for all types of colds, viruses and chronic infections. Core body temperature that is seriously low can be a sign of health degeneration.
Below is an article from the National Cancer Insitute
Theory behind the protocol: The BioMat protocol consists of two BioMat devices. The BioMat uses far infrared light to “heat up” cells. Most cells are not affected by this heat, but it is claimed that cancer cells are weak and may be killed by this level of heat. Thus, it can “target” cancer cells because cancer cells are weak. Similarly, the theory states that cancer cells favor low body temperature (which means low oxygen levels and high acidity). The point is that by increasing the body temperature the strength of your immune system increases because more enzymes are available.
The BioMat “shines” infrared light through amethyst into your body. This raises your body temperature. After 40 minutes your body is able to maintain this heat for up to eight hours. The claim is that the heat not only helps build the immune system, it leads to oxygen deprivation, which creates an acidic environment around the cancer cells. A two-degree increase in body temperature results in a 40 percent increase in immunity.
Because cancer cells are weak, and cannot regulate their temperature, heat above 109.4 degrees (Fahrenheit) will stimulate the death of the cancer cells. (1) Therefore, by creating an environment where healthy cells can survive, but cancer cells cannot, this protocol actually targets cancer cells.
Based on the body temperature theory, “hypothermia” (low body temperature) creates poor circulation, blood vessel constriction and reduces enzymatic activity; “hyperthermia” (high body temperature) creates good circulation, opens blood vessels and increases enzymatic activity.
Dr. Yoshimizu writes that, “It is well known that cancer cells are heat-sensitive. That is why thermotherapy that heats up the body from the outside is very effective. Since there is a low blood flow within the tumor mass, its temperature can be easily increased. Since the normal surrounding the tumor mass have a thermostatic function, their temperature will not be increased as much as the cancer cells. (2)
“Therefore, there will be a temperature gradient between the cancer cells and the normal cells.
“When the tumor mass is at 42° C, it will become inactive. However, since a normal cell’s temperature is limited up to 40° C due to the cooling effects of blood flow, they will not be as affected as the tumor cells.
“Since tumor cells do not have a sufficient amount of blood vessels, they are not under regulation of the autonomic nervous system. Therefore, they do not have enough blood flow, they produce lactates and are in an acidic state. As cells become more acidic, they become more heat sensitive. Therefore, when the temperature is increased to more than 42° C, cancer cells are more likely to die naturally.
“We perform “thermotherapy” as the basis of our immune reinforcement therapy. Since most cancer patients’ body temperatures are under 36° C, we need to increase the body temperature in order to improve the patient’s immune system.
“In addition, since cancer cells are vulnerable to heat, thermotherapy can both kill cancer cells and improve the body’s immune system, achieving a dual effect. As we have discussed before, cancer cells are vulnerable to heat. Even though normal cells can handle temperatures of up to 47° C, cancer cells can only handle temperatures of up to 42° C. By taking into consideration the characteristics of both normal and cancer cells, various methods have been utilized to treat cancer, such as a warm water peritoneum wash after cancer surgery. (2)
NOTE: While on this protocol a person should drink adequate amounts of liquids.