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Listen up! Your ears could be harbouring a crucial prostate warning

by , 07 April 2015

How many times did you mother tell you to “clean out your ears” when you were a kid?

I'm willing to bet lots.

And I bet those ear buds are about as deep as your thoughts on the subject went.

That's going to change today.

Because an earwax build up could signal a problem that, if left untreated, can cause benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and other prostate problems.

Here's why…


What’s the link between earwax build-up and an enlarged prostate?

If you suffer from frequent and chronic earwax build-up, it could signal that you have an essential fatty acid insufficiency. 
This is a BIG problem.
You see essential fatty acids have many, many important functions, including preventing heart vascular disease, maintaining normal brain cell membranes, regulating inflammation AND preventing an enlarged prostate.
But how exactly do essential fatty acids like omega-3 protect your prostate?
Well, dozens of studies have proven that chronic inflammation is a key contributor to most of the chronic diseases. And there’s plenty of evidence that inflammatory processes drive the growth of prostate tumours.
Since omega-3 fatty acids promote anti-inflammatory processes, it not only slows down prostate tumour growth it slows down prostate cell growth as well. 
It’s so effective, as little as 2.5g of fish oils a day is all it takes to stop benign polyps to progress into prostate cancer
Don’t believe me? Consider this: 
Recently Korean researchers reported that prostate cancer patients have low blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids. So if there’s one thing you need to do for your health today it’s ensure you get enough omega-3 in your day. 
PS: Inflammation is also the root cause of these frightening life stealers. 

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