Low in calorie, high in fibre, pumpkins have long been part of a weight loss diet. But do you know that pumpkins are also listed among other cancer-squashing superfoods thanks to the amount of carotenes in this fruit? Yes, pumpkins, like other winter squash, are an excellent source of carotenes – the richer the color… Continue reading IN THE SPOTLIGHT: PUMPKIN AND ITS CANCER-SQUASHING POWER
Prostate cancer is a common cancer among men (and now 2nd most frequently diagnosed cancer), with more than 3 millions cases in the U.S. per year. It is not deadly (with 5-year survival rate at almost 100%), and symptoms are not apparent in the early stages of the disease. Whatever stage of prostate cancer you… Continue reading Natural Ways To Kill Prostate Cancer
There are numerous research studies on PubMed that show Fucoidan's multi-faceted anti-cancer activity across a wide range of tumor types: Colorectal Cancer In recent research, fucoidan was shown to inhibit the growth of a colon cancer cell line via inhibition of T-cell originated protein kinase (TOPK). In this study, fucoidan was also orally administered to… Continue reading FUCOIDAN & ANTI-CANCER PROPERTIES IN VARIOUS CANCER TYPES
I read this article here and found it very helpful. So below are the list of some of the not-so-good-foods for prostate health and you may see a few of your favorite foods on this list: Red & processed meat Fried, barbequed and cured chicken Whole eggs Dairy & calcium Sugar Canned foods Soy
As with other treatments for prostate cancer, the answer is YES for some people and unfortunately "No" for others. Each treatment — from hormone therapy to radiation to surgery/outright removal to freezing (cryotherapy) — has a different set of benefits and risks. HIFU (high-intensity focused ultrasound), a heat technique recently approved by FDA in 2015, is… Continue reading New Prostate Cancer Treatment: Non-Invasive, Radiation-Free Technique. DOES IT CURE CANCER ?
I came across this article here on Prostate.net that I found very helpful and easy to understand. The 11 risk factors associated with prostate cancer (according to the article) are summarized below: Age : More than 60% of people with prostate cancer belong to the age group of 65 or older. Ethnicity : Asian and Hispanic/Latino… Continue reading You’re MORE Likely To Develop Prostate Cancer IF You…