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Selenium Supplements and Prostate Cancer

Here’s some important prostate cancer news that I want to share with you. New findings just released from the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial (SELECT) showed that for some high-risk men, a high-dosage of selenium supplements can be risky for the prostate. What Is the SELECT Trial? It’s…

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Share Your Love on Valentine's Day

…. I am an insulin dependent diabetic and have had the following operations: Seven bi-passes, carotid artery, aortic artery, kidney cancer and prostate cancer for which I had radiation 18 years ago. My current PSA is 6.5. "I've also had Bell’s palsy twice [Bell's palsy is a disorder of the nerve that…

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What The Best Multivitamins for Men Include

…lower the risk of developing prostate cancer. But taking the right nutrients is only half the story. Men also need lower levels of calcium (less than 500 mg daily) since studies have shown that too much calcium, more than 2,000 mg a day, increases the risk of prostate cancer. Now it’s your turn: Does…

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Can You Follow a Strict, Healthy Vegetarian Diet?

…book and he’s absolutely right on many points. For example, I think his theory about animal protein promoting the development of breast and prostate cancer is right on. But I don’t fully subscribe to his general premise. Here’s why. Some vegetarians will not eat meat but will eat eggs and dairy…

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The Truth About the Benefits of Vitamins

…. * Taking folate reduces birth defects in women of childbearing age. * Low levels of vitamin B12 can contribute to Alzheimer’s disease and prostate cancer. * Vitamin D3, which up to 85 percent of us are deficient in, is essential for heart and bone health, and protecting against cancer and diabetes…

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Is Taking Multivitamins Safe?

…much calcium. High levels of calcium in the blood can cause inflammation of the blood vessels. Plus, in men, too much calcium can contribute to prostate cancer. The optimal daily dose of calcium is 500 mg for women, and 200 mg for men. * Too much copper—which can have a pro-oxidant effect, damaging your…

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To Eat Soy, or Not to Eat Soy: What You Need to Know

…in women. Unfermented soy may also lower testosterone levels in men and the belief that the isoflavones in soy could slow the progression of prostate cancer is yet to be confirmed. Fermented soy, on the other hand, shows greater benefits. In Asia, traditional fermented soy foods, such as natto, miso…

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The 14 Most Dangerous Toxins to the Heart

…estrogenic properties and can affect sex hormone activity. They may also increase the risk of hormone-sensitive cancers such as breast, uterine, or prostate cancer. Common sources of xenoestrogens include pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, polycarbonate plastic bottles (including those used for drinking…

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Why You Need Vitamin Supplements

prostate cancer . The article builds a one-sided case when it comes to vitamin supplements, citing research with faulty designs. Meanwhile, it completely overlooks the huge volumes of positive research in the nutrient world… Why You Need Vitamin Supplements * Lycopene lowers the risk of prostate cancer.…

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The Best Prostate Health Vitamins

There’s no question that prostate cancer can be scary. Plus, the longer you live, the greater your chances of getting it. But while there’s a lot of information out there on prostate cancer screenings, few doctors are telling their patients what they can do to achieve natural prostate health. One…

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