Eating enzymes cures cancer

False. Enzymes are substances made from proteins, and their shape is critical for their action. This shape can be changed under the influence of acid in the stomach and the protein can be digested (broken down) in the small intestine. So unless enzymes are protected on their passage through the stomach they will not be effective in the small intestine. Therefore eating enzymes cannot be expected to influence the progression of a cancer.

There are other factors in food with a potential for reducing the risk of cancer (see WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT FOOD AND CANCER). Some of these food components may stimulate enzymes which break down carcinogens (cancer-causing components) and protect against cancer, but this is not the same as cure.