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Know Your Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

…screening for prostate cancer doesn’t work. Now, I want to follow up with your prostate cancer treatment options. I look at prostate cancer quite differently than most physicians and patients. Multiple studies have shown that chemotherapy isn’t an effective treatment for prostate cancer and doesn’t…

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Vitamin E and Prostate Cancer

…iron, had a slightly increased risk of death. Yesterday, everyone was talking about a clinical trial published in JAMA that linked vitamin E and prostate cancer. As a physician who uses nutritional supplements as primary therapies in my medical practice, a writer and formulator who vigorously promotes them—and…

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How To Maintain Natural Prostate Health

…fats in meat and dairy fuel hormone-dependent cancers and are clearly linked with prostate cancer. Trans-fatty acids in fried and processed foods are also suspect. On the other hand, certain foods prevent prostate cancer. Soy contains antioxidants and isoflavones with specific anti-cancer activity. Tomatoes…

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Supplement Sources of Omega-3s: What's the Difference?

As you probably know, omega-3 fatty acids are essential because your body cannot manufacture them, and they must be obtained from diet or nutritional supplements. There are two primary omega-3s: EPA and DHA. EPA has potent anti-inflammatory effects and plays multiple roles in cardiovascular health,…

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Finally, Medical Experts Admit PSA Testing Doesn’t Work!

For more than 20 years, I’ve been warning about the downsides of PSA (prostate-specific antigen) screening for prostate cancer. There’s a very high rate of false positives and rampant over-treatment. But it took years for medical experts to admit it doesn’t work—and in fact is harmful. The US…

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How Safe Are Your Supplements?

…-supplement articles, the reporters dug up a few isolated studies that illustrated their data points—for example, the faulty one about vitamin E and prostate cancer. Meanwhile, they conveniently omitted the thousands of studies that show the huge benefits of nutritional supplements, such as… * Research shows…

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy: Listen Up, Gentlemen!

…completely benign. Testosterone does fuel prostate cancer growth, so you should be screened before starting on this hormone. However, even though supplemental testosterone may raise PSA levels, it has been definitely proven that the treatment does not cause prostate cancer. UCLA researchers reported in the Journal…

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The Multiple Benefits of Carotenoids

…eating pizza reduced risk of prostate cancer. The reason is certainly not the cheese or pepperoni—it's the tomato sauce. Tomatoes contain the carotenoid lycopene, and eating 10 servings of tomato products weekly has been demonstrated to cut the risk of prostate cancer almost in half. Other research…

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