Prostate Articles

Protect Yourself From the Side Effect of Biopsies

…doubling time more than doubled in half the patients, with increases ranging from 129 percent to 941 percent after 12 months of treatment. (Prostate Cancer Prostatic Dis 03;6(4):301–304) Studies also show MCP has an absolute lack of toxicity. Repeated animal studies have shown it reduces the size and…

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The Diet Switch You Need to Make

…also selected due to its lycopene, which is a potent antioxidant that can help prevent both heart disease and certain forms of cancer, particularly prostate cancer. Finally, they chose the sweet potato for its beta-carotene content. I’ve reported on numerous occasions the various protective benefits…

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Symptoms of Bacterial Imbalance in the Digestive System

…associated with inadequate beneficial bacteria: * Constipation * Intestinal gas * Chronic bad breath * Hormonal problems * PMS * Menstrual complaints * Prostate trouble * Breast enlargement in men * Need for sexual hormone medication * Candida infection (candidiasis) * Chronic anemia * Dairy product allergies…

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Foods Everyone Should Be Eating

…anticancer and fat-burning properties. Studies have shown that green tea can help treat and prevent a number of health conditions, including acne, prostate enlargement, reproductive and other various cancers, and osteoarthritis. Drinking green tea has also been found to boost your immune system so it…

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Give Your Libido a Lift

…tricky to work with. However, for men who are of an age where prostate health is a concern, care should be taken when using testosterone or products that increase its production. Testosterone can increase the activity of cancer in the prostate gland. A natural alternative is royal jelly, a glandular secretion…

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Treating Cancer With Shark Cartilage

…I’ll be the first to admit that more research needs to be done, but I can tell you one thing for sure: If I had a history of either breast or prostate cancer (among others), I’d definitely be taking shark cartilage to help prevent any reccurrence. It’s a therapy that appears to provide enormous…

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Trace Minerals and Your Health

…that those patients with either low blood levels or diets low in selenium had proportionately greater incidence of cancer of the ovary, breast, prostate, rectum, colon, esophagus, stomach, liver, lungs and lymphatic system. (Brit Med J 85;290:417) (Bioinorganic Chem 77;7:23) (Biological Trace Element…

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The Guarantee of Vitamin D

…one of the contributing factors. Cancer Numerous studies have found a direct association between low vitamin D levels and cancers of the breast, prostate, colon, and the skin. Arthritis Studies have now shown that a lower-than-optimal level of vitamin D contributes to degenerative arthritis (the “wear…

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