Older men get enlarged prostate glands (BPH); younger men don't.
Older men get prostate cancer; younger men don't. Yet younger men have the highest testosterone levels.
So why do the conventional medical community, patent medicine companies, and government “authorities” continue to warn us of the hazards of testosterone?
The warnings are due, in part, to a 1940s and 1950s disaster wit... ››› more
In 1957, a patient suffered from intermittent bouts of prostatitis, accompanied by severe symptoms accompanied by high fever.
He'd found no relief from doctors.
The patient decided to take bee pollen as a general tonic, to build up his strength for scheduled prostate surgery.
Very shortly after he started taking the bee-pollen doses, the man noticed that his prostatitis was gone.
He co... ››› more
Finasteride, the drug prescribed for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) can take up to three months to work and could lead to reduced libido or impotence.
Find out below about a herb and a garden weed that can help reduce prostate size and ease urinary difficulties without side effects... Saw palmetto works just as well as many conventional drugs but without the side effects...
The herb s... ››› more
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
Your prostate is a small walnut-sized gland located at the base of your bladder that surrounds your urethra - the tube that carries urine from your bladder. Because of its position near the bladder, any enlargement can soon obstruct your urinary flow.
Find out below how a fruit, a mineral and a herb can relieve urinary issues... The red fruit that helps with urinary issues and protects against ... ››› more
If you suffer with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), you could be contemplating surgery to get some relief from the constant urgency to urinate.
Unfortunately, surgery comes with risks as does Transurethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP)... Side effects associated with prostate surgery, TURP and BPH drugs...
It seems like there is a lot of choice when it comes to treating an enlarged ... ››› more
If you suffer from BPH, or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, you know the discomfort of having to run to the loo all the time.
A swollen prostate squeezes your urethra, making it hard to urinate.
You may be taking a drug called 5α-reductase inhibitors to alleviate the swelling.
It's been known for years that this type of drug can kill your libido and even cause erectile dysfunction.
B... ››› more
As many as 50% of men over 60 experience a swollen prostate, and the stats get worse the older you get.
Needing to pee urgently and frequently can have a dramatic effect on your quality of life...
You can't get through one night without getting up to pee - sometimes more than once or twice...
And, something as simple as a long car or plane ride can be stressful because there's no telling ... ››› 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
If you have a bothersome prostate, you're desperate to minimise symptoms. They're a nuisance to anyone's schedule and can be embarrassing at times.
As with all health conditions, there are foods that can help you reduce your symptoms and some that will aggravate them.
Read on below to find out which to eat more of and which to avoid... Prostate-friendly foods to eat more of
Fatty fish - ... ››› more
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