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When you are faced with Cancer Diagnosis do NOT FEAR? The worst 4 letters word starting with F?

FEAR = False Evidence Appearing Real

FEAR= Forget Everything and RUN

FEAR= Face Everything and RISE

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prostateProstate Enlargement: How To Prevent It Naturally By Adding Certain Foods To Your Diet


My article will help people with prostate problems because there is an easy way to deal with things naturally by adding a few certain foods to their diet.

Some people are unfortunate enough to start suffering from enlarged prostate problems and all the risks associated with it, but luckily there is a natural way to look after yourself. You just need to add a few things to your diet because of the vitamins and minerals they contain and we are going to look at them right now.

Bell peppers

It is well-known that lots of fruits and vegetables contain a lot of vitamin C and this will help your prostate stay healthy if you consume enough of it. The thing most people do not seem to understand is that vitamin C will only help your prostate through vegetables alone, so do not go eating as many citrus fruits as possible. I have mentioned bell peppers because they taste great, but they are also the vegetable that contains the most vitamin C.


People who eat a diet filled with lots of fish tend to be healthier than the average person. If you want to focus in on one particular fish the clear winner has to be salmon. I am sure you already know about the health benefits of omega 3, which are fatty acids contained in certain types of fish. If you have enough of those fatty acids in your body it will help keep your prostate in check. Although salmon is king you can still get a lot of the same benefits from eating any oily fish.


You can argue all day about whether or not a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable, but just make sure you include them in your diet. The reason tomatoes look so red and juicy is because they contain a high amount of lycopene. It will help you avoid prostate inflammation because lycopene will assist your blood in getting rid of antigen, which happens to be a protein that will enlarge your prostate. Any type of tomato product will help you and you can even drink a glass of juice in the morning.

Sesame seeds

Most people do not eat enough seeds and they are more likely to feed them to birds than to include them in their diet, but you cannot go wrong using sesame seeds when you cook. The seeds contain a lot of zinc and this will help keep your prostate stay nice and healthy. They have actually found people with prostate cancer have a lot less zinc in their body than the average person. If you love eating salads to help with your weight loss goals you should sprinkle some sesame seeds on top to make the salads even more delicious.


I know a lot of meat eaters will not even look at a piece of tofu, but you might change your mind because it can help you avoid an enlarged prostate. Asian men do not have the same amount of prostate problems as their western counterparts and one of the reasons why this is the case is because they eat more soybean. The soybean isoflavones lower the risk of you developing an enlarged prostate, so maybe you should not give vegetarians such a hard time from now on.
Todays guest author, Karen Fernandes, is a fitness enthusiast who often writes on topics related to health and wellness online. She enjoys dancing and working out in her free time. You can follow her on Twitter for more information.

The Powerful Disease-Fighting Benefits of Guinea Hen Weed Tea

Guinea Hen Weed Tea is an antimicrobial and immunostimulant making it a doubly powerful disease-fighting herbal tea. Often known as anamu by natives in its indigenous Amazon homeland, this super plant has been used for medicinal, herbal and culinary purposes with astounding results. Studies completed worldwide have found this unique plant contains properties that combat a variety of infections and diseases.

Guinea Hen Weed, or anamu, is composed of a variety of antioxidants such as tannins and flavenoids, naturally occurring steroids found in plant cell membranes, photochemicals and sulfuric compounds. The blend of these potent elements has never been seen in any plant known to man. Research indicates that when combined in a plant like Guinea Hen Weed, these ingredients act as an antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. As you can imagine, this phenomenal plant has huge potential in a medical context for treating or supporting existing treatments of many diseases that threaten the human population.

Lets start with one of the biggest diseases plaguing our modern world. While there are many known and suspected causes of cancer, the proliferation of free radicals and build up of inflammation are two of the worst culprits. Guinea Hen Weed may be a great preventative solution as it contains powerful levels of antioxidants. But it goes above and beyond with a combination of the sulfur compounds dibenzyl trisulfide and the photochemicals astilbin, benzldehyde and coumarin. In laboratory tests, these prove to have anti-cancerous effects. Additionally, the compounds in Guinea Hen Weed do not attack healthy cells. In a plant-screening done by the University of Illinois at Chicago, Guinea Hen Weed was named one of 34 plants that have active anti-cancer elements.

Guinea Hen Weed has even more amazing benefits. Clinical trials show that Guinea Hen Weed is a broad spectrum antimicrobial, working to fight off many strains of viruses, fungus, yeast and bacteria. Tests have shown promising results for using the plant to support people with hepatitis C, E. coli, staph infections, bovina diarrhea, pseudomonas and shingella, as well as a mycobacterium tuberculosis. Guinea Hen Weed is a cyolooxygenase-1 inhibitor that helps support joint pain. Plus, Guinea Hen Weed may have benefits for diabetics.

The next time you are in the mood for a cup of tea, make it Zokivas all-new 100% natural Guinea Hen Weed Tea. With disease-fighting properties that are second-to-none, you will be drinking to your health and vitality for a long lifetime to come.

Imagine a Jamaican being offered US$100 million for a patent, in relation to cancer research done on a local plant. Imagine further that this offer has been rejected because the earning potential for this breakthrough is estimated to be even greater than that which has been offered.

Thats not just a hypothetical scenario anymore. Dr. Lawrence Williams, research consultant with the Scientific Research Council, and a Jamaican partner living in the United States are the holders of that patent and they reportedly received that lucrative offer from a major drug company in the United States.

Dr. Williams has been conducting research for years on a compound from the Guinea Hen Weed (scientific name: Petiveria alliacea), which has reached the patent stage. Hes confident that the drug he is developing will be effective against a range of cancers. It works on 12 kinds of cancers so far; two or three types of breast cancer, neuroblastoma, lung, melanoma, adenocarcinoma, prostate etc.

Dr. Williams was speaking recently in an exclusive interview with RJRs Earl Moxam.

Click on the arrow above for access to audio of the interview

Fat Content and Cardiovascular Disease
Dairy productsincluding cheese, ice cream, milk, butter, and yogurtcontribute significant amounts of cholesterol and saturated fat to the diet.15 Diets high in fat and especially in saturated fat can increase the risk of heart disease and can cause other serious health problems.

A low-fat, plant-based diet that eliminates dairy products, in combination with exercise, smoking cessation, and stress management, can not only prevent heart disease, but may also reverse it.

Dairy and Cancer
Consumption of dairy products has also been linked to higher risk for various cancers, especially to cancers of the reproductive system. Most significantly, dairy product consumption has been linked to increased risk for prostate and breast cancers.

The danger of dairy product consumption as it relates to prostate and breast cancers is most likely related to increases in insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), which is found in cows milk. Consumption of milk and dairy products on a regular basis has been shown to increase circulating levels of IGF-1. Perhaps the most convincing association between IGF-1 levels and cancer risk is seen in studies of prostate cancer. Case-control studies in diverse populations have shown a strong and consistent association between serum IGF-1 concentrations and prostate cancer risk. One study showed that men with the highest levels of IGF-1 had more than four times the risk of prostate cancer, compared with those who had the lowest levels.26 In the Physicians Health Study, tracking 21,660 participants for 28 years, researchers found an increased risk of prostate cancer for those who consumed ≥2.5 servings of dairy products per day as compared with those who consumed 0.5 servings a day. This study, which is supported by other findings, also shows that prostate cancer risk was elevated with increased consumption of low-fat milk, suggesting that too much dairy calcium, and not just the fat associated with dairy products, could be a potential threat to prostate health.

In addition to increased levels of IGF-1, estrogen metabolites are considered risk factors for cancers of the reproductive system, including cancers of the breasts, ovaries, and prostate. These metabolites can affect cellular proliferation such that cells grow rapidly and aberrantly, which can lead to cancer growth. Consumption of milk and dairy products contributes to the majority (60-70 percent) of estrogen intake in the human diet.

In a large study including 1,893 women from the Life After Cancer Epidemiology Study who had been diagnosed with early-stage invasive breast cancer, higher amounts of high-fat dairy product consumption were associated with higher mortality rates. As little as 0.5 servings a day increased risk significantly. This is probably due to the fact that estrogenic hormones reside primarily in fat, making the concern most pronounced for consumption of high-fat dairy products.

The consumption of dairy products may also contribute to development of ovarian cancer. The relation between dairy products and ovarian cancer may be caused by the breakdown of the milk sugar lactose into galactose, a sugar which may be toxic to ovarian cells. In a study conducted in Sweden, consumption of lactose and dairy products was positively linked to ovarian cancer. A similar study, the Iowa Womens Health Study, found that women who consumed more than one glass of milk per day had a 73 percent greater chance of developing ovarian cancer than women who drank less than one glass per day.

Its been twenty-one years since the first study reported a possible link between elevated serum selenium and prostate cancer risk reduction. In the years since, research has continued to explore this minerals role in cancer risk reduction. A literature review in the journal Medicine released this week continues the steady stream of research supporting this viewpoint.
Seventeen of 1352 studies (up to Sept. 2016) were identified as suitable from PubMed, Embase, Medline, and the Cochrane Library. The final review included 6136 prostate cancer cases and >34,901 controls or participants.

New research from The University of Texas at Austin identifies several natural compounds found in food, including turmeric, apple peels and red grapes, as key ingredients that could thwart the growth of prostate cancer, the most common cancer afflicting U.S. men and a key area of focus during Mens Health Month, which public health advocates celebrate in June, reports the University of Texas in Austin. Published online this week in Precision Oncology, the new paper uses a novel analytical approach to screen numerous plant-based chemicals instead of testing a single agent as many studies do, discovering specific combinations that shrink prostate cancer tumors.
Ursolic acid from apple peels
Curcumin from turmeric
Resveratrol from red grapes
The new research paper also demonstrates how the plant-based chemicals work together. Combining ursolic acid with either curcumin or resveratrol prevents cancer cells from gobbling something that they need to grow, glutamine. This is a neat solution: blocking the uptake of a nutrient needed by prostate cancer cells with nutrients that are commonly in the human diet.
Did you know that two-thirds of all men over 60 already have prostate cancer?

Are you shocked? The fact is, most men die with the condition not from it. This is because their bodies are able to hold the cancer in check.

Problems only develop when a man’s body loses control of his cancer (which is signaled by a rise in his PSA score).

Anything that prevents a rise in PSA is likely helping to control the growth of prostate cancer. And this is exactly what my “prostate protection program” is designed to do even in men who have already been diagnosed.

Fish Oil Lowers PSA Scores Dramatically!

In the study (published in the prestigious British Journal of Nutrition), researchers selected a group of men with PSA levels of less than 2.5. Some of the men were given a daily fish oil supplement, while others got a capsule of CoQ10 (100 mg). Still others received a placebo.

At the end of 12 weeks, the results were amazing. The fish oil had lowered the PSA levels dramatically (average decrease: 30%) and the CoQ10 worked even better (average decrease in PSA: 33%).

Furthermore, the longer the men took the fish oil and CoQ10, the lower their PSA score dropped. This means that the higher their blood levels of these nutrients climbed, the lower their PSA levels went.

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