Hello, this is Dr. Kevin Conners. I want to briefly discuss Protocel.

Protocel 23 and Protocel 50

Protocel is a common nutritional cancer care treatment that we sometimes recommend in our clinic that other people seek out. There are 2 types of Protocel: Protocel 23 and a Protocel 50, both of which we have available in our store.

Protocel Explanation - Timing Protocol, Vitamin C, & Antioxidant-Rich Foods | Conners Clinic Cancer

Can You Take Antioxidants with Protocel?

We often get questions because some of the information that you may find regarding Protocel on other sites talk about being careful with antioxidants, and being careful with other things when you’re using Protocel. This is because Protocel is actually an oxidizing agent. So, it’s similar to chemotherapy in the sense that you’re using oxidation to attack the cancer. And we know, of course, that chemotherapy is an oxidizing agent poison. You don’t want to use a lot of strong antioxidants at the time you’re doing chemotherapy. Well, it’s similar with Protocel, and we want to cover that here.

Protocel Protocol: Timing Intervals

If you’re familiar with Protocel, you’ll understand there is a very exact time of day that you take it. You take it depending on which you’re taking, either Protocel 23 or Protocel 50. You’re taking it at four and a half hour intervals or five-hour intervals. So every four and a half or 5 hours, you’re taking the product.

When you’re taking that product, let’s say you’re taking it at 08:00 in the morning. You do not want to take any antioxidant nutritional products at that same time. So it would be best if you stuck to solely the Protocel when you’re taking the Protocel. Meaning at 08:00 in the morning, it’s time to take your Protocel. You take your Protocel. Any other nutritional products, you take mid-way between.

If you’re at a four-and-a-half-hour cycle, you take it at 10:15. That’s when you’ll take your other supplements mid-way between. So no antioxidants should be taken at the same time that you would take Protocel. No Vitamin C, no Alpha Lipoic Acid, no Glutathione, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Curcumin/Tumeric, Vitamin E, CoQ10. There are a few other antioxidants that are out there.

Don’t take them at the same time that you would take the Protocel. You will kind of negate the power of the Protocel because the Protocel works as an oxidizing agent and you’re taking antioxidants, you can negate the power of the Protocel. Just like if you’re taking chemotherapy and you’re getting a chemotherapy IV. So you go in at 09:00 in the morning to get an IV of chemotherapy. That’s a strong oxidizing agent. Your oncologist doesn’t want you to take antioxidants.

Taking Protocel When You’re Doing Chemotherapy

We tell people not to take antioxidants for 48 hours after they do an IV of their chemotherapy. That’s when it’s really doing its job. After that, it’s damaging healthy cells. Then you get out on the antioxidants and you help protect your healthy cells with the antioxidants.

It’s the same thing with the Protocel, but you’re taking that daily. Just keep it away mid-way between your doses. That’s the secret of taking oxidizing agents and using antioxidants to protect your healthy cells to help deal with cancer in other ways. Other than what you’re doing with Protocel.

Protocel and Using a Rife Machine

Another question we get is with the Rife machine. Some of the older Protocel posts out there will say not to use the Rife machine with Protocel. These are actually talking about the handheld grip electrical stimulation “Rife” machines. They’re not talking about the light frequency Rife machines, which in my book are really the only type of Rife machines using light frequency. So using a TrueRife or GB4000, something like that, with the bulb, you could use that right along with when you’re taking the Protocel. So just understand that.

Can You Eat Antioxidant-Rich Foods with Protocel?

Another question we get is, “Can you eat foods that have antioxidants?” Should I stay away from vegetables and oranges and good foods when I’m doing Protocel? The answer is no. So really, what you want to worry about is taking supplements with antioxidants. So if you’re gonna take Protocel at 08:00 in the morning, can you eat breakfast, maybe you’re going to eat an orange or maybe you’re going to eat some fruit that’s high in antioxidants.

I would not worry about that. It can be good to wait a half-hour after you take Protocel and keep Protocel away from food for at least a half-hour. That might be a good practice. But don’t worry about eating oranges or berries throughout the day, and other foods that are high in antioxidants throughout the day.

If you’re going to eat a lot of high quantities of that, again, choose to eat it between doses just like your supplements, and then you’ll be fine. You want to protect your healthy cells, the Protocel to attack the cancer.

So with that in mind, it keeps life simple when taking Protocel. You don’t have to be crazy about it. Just keep the things away from your doses.