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The prostate is an organ that sits snuggled up under the bladder. Its biological purpose is to produce semen. As time goes on, however, many men have an enlargement of their prostates, causing annoying and sometimes painful urinary problems. The prostate is also the number-one cancer spot in a man’s body.

The bladder empties into a tube called the urethra, which passes through the prostate gland, where it is joined by another tube carrying sperm from the testes. Starting at about age 30, the prostate cells alongside the urethra start to multiply. If this continues, they can pinch off the urethra, causing a poor urinary stream, dribbling, pressure, and, ultimately, infection and kidney damage. Irritation of the urethra causes the urge to urinate and repeated night­time trips to the bathroom. It does not take much prostate growth before the urinary symptoms begin. The technical term for an enlarged prostate is “benign prostatic hyperplasia.” It is not cancer, because these cells will not invade neighboring tissues or spread to other organs.

The mainstream media frequently hawks cancer screenings for everyone, no major medical group, including the American Cancer Society, currently recommends routine screening for men at average risk for prostate cancer. In an editorial accompanying the CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians study review, Peter Boyle, Ph.D., D.Sc., of the International Prevention Research Institute, Lyon, France and Dr. Brawley state "the real impact and tragedy of prostate cancer screening is the doubling of the lifetime risk of a diagnosis of prostate cancer with little if any decrease in the risk of dying from this disease."

Here are some signs to watch out for. Your health care practitioner or Healer should check out any of these symptoms.

  1. a weak, hesitant or interrupted flow of urine
  2. difficulty controlling the flow of urine
  3. pain or straining to maintain a stream of urine
  4. blood in the urine or semen
  5. a sensation of incomplete emptying of the bladde
  6. frequent urination, especially during the night
  7. infection of the bladder
  8. pain or stiffness in the hips, thighs and lower back
  9. cystitis and kidney failure
  10. Prevention is key to prostate health.
  11. Good dietary habits and supplementation can help to prevent most problems associated with the prostate. The following offers some simple guidelines to clean up your diet and environment, and to enrich your nutrition and supplementation. It may not be possible to follow each of these recommendations, but a few alterations to your current practices can make a significant difference.

Of the herbs listed, saw palmetto is the most commonly used herb to offer protection for the prostate. Studies have shown that saw palmetto alters the hormone level, thereby shrinking the prostate. Clinical trials have established saw palmetto to be an effective alternative to prostate surgery. Men using it also experience an increase in sex drive and ability to function sexually. It must be used long-term to shrink the prostate, but many men notice an improvement in their symptoms within six weeks. Saw palmetto can be used to increase strength and muscle mass and it works best when combined with exercise program.

Our body’s pH controls the activity of every metabolic function happening in our body.

pH is behind the body’s electrical system and intracellular activity as well as the way our bodies utilize enzymes, minerals, and vitamins. Sodium bicarbonate happens to be one of our most useful medicines treating as it does the basic acid-alkaline axis of human physiology. Sodium bicarbonate is a “nothing-to-lose-everything-to-gain” treatment for cancer as well as the general acid conditions behind a host of modern diseases.

Special Note: In Sodium Bicarbonate – Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment, it is stressed that baking soda should not be considered a standalone cancer treatment. It should be used in conjunction with a full protocol.

The hormone controlling the growth of the prostate is dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. DHT binds to growth receptors on prostatic cells signalling them to grow and divide. All around the world, different cultures have developed traditional remedies for swollen prostate. Some of these traditional remedies are hundreds of years old. And guess what? They inhibit the action of DHT.

My favorite herb that I use with my patients like J.T. to help naturally relieve BPH is saw palmetto. It can inhibit as much as 90% of the activity of 5-alpha reductase, the enzyme that makes DHT in your prostate. Saw palmetto also stops DHT from forming. In one study of 33 men, those who got 320 mg a day of saw palmetto extract had a 50% reduction in prostate DHT levels, compared with the prostate drug flutamide or with no treatment.1

The reason saw palmetto works so well is that its main component, beta-sitosterol, is a potent prostate protector all on its own. There are many clinical trials that confirm this...

Other Organic plants and herbs that have a lot of beta-sitosterol, include:

Your Diet Can Reduce Your Risk of Prostate Cancer

Organic food, of course, reduces your exposure to pesticides and chemicals, so Healer Omar Botha recommends switching from conventional to organic fruits, vegetables, grains and meats. Tomatoes (rich in lycopene, an antioxidant that helps protect against cancer). Other foods containing lycopene include pink grapefruit, papaya, watermelon and guava, but tomatoes have the highest levels. Cruciferous vegetables that are high in fiber (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts). 

Wild game, wild fish, free ranging organic chicken, and organic grass-fed red meat do not contain chemicals, antibiotics, or hormones. When you buy these organic products straight from the butcher or meat section of your local market, you are getting fresh, unadulterated, healthy protein.Nature Still Knows Best!
When you eat whole foods, your body gets the nutrients in their most complete and natural form. This is important because nutrients rarely act as single isolated structures. Most occur as groups of related compounds and that’s how they exert their effects. Your body has evolved to encounter them in these natural combinations.

Processed foods, Pesticides, herbicides, MSG, additives and fast foods are are increasing the risk of prostate cancer, so try to keep them off your plate.


Perfect Prostate Protection

Today I want to tell you about one of the simplest ways you can keep your prostate healthy and protected. I’m talking about the mineral selenium.

In a study done at Harvard, where they were looking at results from the famous, Physicians’ Health Study, Harvard researchers found that men who got the most selenium had the healthiest prostates.

This was true even for men with high PSA levels. If they were in the group with the most selenium, their prostate cancer risk dropped by 50%.1

The remarkable mineral selenium (Se) suppresses tumors (gold), kills cancer cells (pink), protects cells (green), and helps cells work better and stay young.

Source: Cancer Res. Apr 1, 2009; 69(7): 2699–2703.

A 50 percent lower risk shows up in many clinical trials for selenium and prostate health.

One study took 1,300 men and split them in two groups. The first took 200 mcg of selenium a day, the second got a sugar pill. The authors called the results “striking.” The overall risk of prostate cancer was almost 50 percent lower in the selenium group.2

Another eight-year clinical trial of over 5,000 men found similar results: those with normal PSA levels at the beginning of the study who took selenium saw their risk for prostate cancer drop more than fifty percent.3

Selenium is even protective if you already have prostate cancer, according to The Netherlands Cohort Study of almost 60,000 men. The data was presented at a recent American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting.

The Swedish and British researchers officially published those results last month. As I read the study, what I found most interesting was that as you get more selenium, your risk for prostate problems drops. People with the highest selenium had the lowest risk for prostate cancer.4

Geographic studies have found that in parts of the world where soil and diet are low in selenium, rates of prostate cancer are significantly higher.5 In fact, “Keshan’s disease” is named after a province in China where people weren’t getting enough selenium.

Men should be especially careful about getting enough selenium. It’s your prostate’s best defense. Selenium stops attackers from killing prostate cells.

In a new animal study, selenium stopped prostate bloating and growth. Selenium prevented the animals from getting BPH,6 which is an enlargement of the prostate that makes you have to pee all the time. BPH can lead to LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms), which can lead to prostate cancer.7

You should get at least 30 micrograms and up to 200 micrograms of selenium a day.

It’s a small amount, but that doesn’t make it easy to get. We can’t get selenium in high amounts in fruits and vegetables anymore because of soil depletion.

The best foods for selenium are organ meats from grass-fed animals, garlic, nuts or fish.

Four Steps to Healing Prostate Cancer Naturally

1.Blood: As a first step, book a healing session and then a blood analysis. If a nutritional deficiency is identified, supplements are suggested to correct it. Vitamin D is particularly noteworthy here, as vitamin D deficiency is strongly associated with prostate cancer. 

Checking for insulin resistance is also important. If you're insulin resistant, you need to be particularly careful about cutting down on sugar. You also need to take a close look at your diet in general, whether you're insulin resistant or not. Avoid animal products from confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs), as these animals are raised with hormones, antibiotics, and glyphosate-contaminated GMO grains. Processed foods in general are an anathema to good health, but particularly when you're trying to heal cancer.

2.Toxins: If toxicity is found, a detoxification program is put together. While heavy metals are a concern, calcium is also a factor here, as many men have calcification in the prostate that needs to be eliminated. Strategies for decalcifying the prostate include vitamin K2 or a product called Detoxamin..

3.Hormones: Check hormones. If your testosterone levels are low or estrogen elimination programs if your estrogen levels are excessive.

4.Emotions: The fourth and final step is to address emotional traumas. Men don't like to deal with their emotions, but they really need to. 

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