A major study has uncovered an Italian secret to preventing prostate cancer. Italian-style espresso coffee cuts the risk of prostate cancer by over 50%! If you love strong coffee, your prostate could thank you for it!
Researchers from the Italian National Institute of Health studied the link between prostate cancer and the coffee drinking habits of more than 7,000 Italian men over four years. ... ››› more
Do you drink red wine? Turns out this rich-hued vine-nectar could help you protect yourself from cancer!
Men who consume 120ml or more of red wine per week have a 60% lower incidence of the more aggressive types of prostate cancer, stated the National Cancer Institute.
But if you don't drink red wine, don't worry, you too can get this protection... In fact, even if you do drink red wine, th... ››› more
For the last 70 years, doctors have believed that too much testosterone leads to prostate cancer. But emerging science proves that the reverse is actually true.
As you age, your testosterone levels naturally decline. And more and more doctors now believe this hormonal shift is one of the biggest causes of prostate disease.
But it's not just lower levels of testosterone that cause prostate pr... ››› more
The anti-malignin antibody in serum (AMAS) test measures blood levels of AMA, an antibody that's been found to be elevated in most patients with active malignancies.
This test picks up cancer in its early stages, regardless of where the cancer site is in the body, or the cell type of the malignancy.
If your PSA levels are high, ask your doctor for an AMAS test kit, which can be ordered from ... ››› more
Testosterone is a natural youth hormone produced by the testes and
adrenal glands. Among other things, it helps promote strong bones and muscles - and a healthy sex drive.
Unfortunately, testosterone can be metabolised into dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a problematic steroid that promotes the development of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).
Keep reading... Human male bodies continue to prod... ››› more
Boron is a natural mineral found in trace amounts in Nature. It increases the body's absorption of calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and other minderals... It kills yeast infections and boosts the immune system... It increases oestrogen and testosterone levels in older people, keeps your bones and joints strong and your mind sharp...
And now, a study has shown that it's even effective in killing ... ››› more
Prostate cancer drugs aren't cheap, so if you're on such medication, you're probably looking for ways to cut the cost. Well, good news - we know one a way!
According to a new American study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, you can boost the efficiency of your prostate cancer medication by simply taking it with food.
The investigators behind the study found that taking Zytiga (a... ››› more
A number of studies over the past few decades have shown a definitive connection between diet and a man's risk of developing prostate cancer.
“A growing number of studies show that improving nutrition along with the addition of special nutrients can dramatically reduce risk,” says Dr Russell Blaylock, a well-recognised neurologist and nutrition expert in the United States.
This means th... ››› more
In most cases, prostate cancer is treatable, plus it has strong survival rates. That's the good news. However, if prostate cancer goes undetected and spreads, it could turn into bad news.
That aside, because prostate cancer is still the most common cancer among men worldwide, researchers and doctors alike are constantly looking to discover advancements in the treatment of the disease.
Read o... ››› more
BPA, short for bisphenol A, is found in so many things that we come into contact with on a daily basis. Think cash register receipts, canned foods and drinks, water bottles and the list goes on.
But just because this synthetic compound is so common doesn't mean we shouldn't take it seriously…
In fact, recent research from the University of Illinois at Chicago in the United States shows th... ››› more
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