Picture yourself five, ten years or more down the road. Surviving prostate cancer. YOU CAN. YOU HAVE TOO!
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So, take a few moments now and discover what others have discovered to be a strong survivor in the battle to combat re-occurrence of prostate cancer.
Here are 3 very important life changing powerful daily essential concepts I’m going to reveal help you benefit from and help build a strong self defense against re-occurrence.
Pay close attention!
1. Secret foods that block a cancer strike
2. Don’t believe everything the Doc’s tell you, constant surveillance is important and what you should be checking.
3. Shocking evidence that proves certain exercises are excellent in the fight against re-occurrence.
There are many cancer fighting foods but maybe I should start by saying take beef, pork and dairy out of your diet.
These are saturated fats, trans fats and (AA) arachidonic acid. They are considered to be really “bad” fats.
Arachidonic acids are found primarily in fatty red meats, egg yolks and organ meats. This particular polyunsaturaed fat may be the most dangerous fat known when consumed in excess.
Prostate cancer has been linked to dairy products in several studies as well.
Are you getting the message?
Now let me share with you some good healthy foods that will help you build resistance and stay healthy.
Men treated for prostate cancer also showed that orange and yellow vegetables, such as squash, yams, and carrots, and cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli and green vegetables, cut the risk of recurrence by about half.
If you eat chicken or poultry, eat it without the skin.
A five years study testing the benefits of pomegranate juice, found that an 8-ounce glass a day continues to keep prostate cancer recurrence away.
Original results showed that the men’s overall PSA doubling time was nearly four times slower after they began drinking pomegranate juice.
Their PSA doubling time is now nearly five times slower than before they started drinking the juice
Lycopene, another antioxidant found mainly in cooked tomatoes and tomato products such as ketchup can cut the chance that prostate cancer will spread.
As a reference I usually follow the advice of Dr. Snuffy Myers who himself is a prostate cancer survivor and a Medical Oncologist with his own Medical Practice located in Virginia.
You can find his book “Eating Your Way To Better Health” on our site see link below.
Now, I can almost hear your mind saying but what about The Doc’s.
Yes you need to do what they say but they don’t say everything.
Good medical practice tells you to eat right, go on a good diet and you might live longer.
I had a friend that has a rare type blood cancer. The doc’s told him that a high protein diet is very good for his cancer.
Well it probably is but not by eating beef. Eating beans is better and are full of protein.
Exercise is a very important factor in combating prostate cancer.
As little as 15 minutes of exercise a day can reduce overall mortality rates in patients with prostate cancer.
Men who engaged in three or more hours a week jogging, biking, swimming or playing tennis for about a half-hour per day — had a 35 percent lower risk of overall mortality.
Exercise is known to influence a number of hormones hypothesized to stimulate prostate cancer, boost immune function and reduce inflammation.
Walking is easy to do and you can go out for a brisk walk just about every day for between 15 to 30 minutes per day.
Bicycling is an adventure, a thrill, and a freeing experience. It’s a way to get stronger; to get healthier; to fight back as your body battles illness.
So as you go out and face illness, or frustrations, bad day at work, know that cycling helps, It offering you freedom, excitement, health and weight loss.
Promoting cycling helps raise awareness about early detection and promotes a healthy outlook for prostate cancer survivors. It also helps take the edge off of have that nagging “will it recur” thought sitting on your shoulder.
Being comfortable having a safe ride on your bike is also important. That’s why we have addressed what we consider to be the most comfortable healthy bike saddle available for anyone but especially for people with prostate problems. You can find them and more health information at: www.comforthealthybikesaddles.com.
Bill K Prostate Cancer Survivor
Bill is a prostate cancer survivor. After being diagnosed he was advised to have the prostate removed, went through 7 weeks of radiation and became incontinent from the surgery and radiation. He has been and is into staying healthy and decided to develop his cycling in an effort to fight the cancer and to stop any reoccurence in its tracks. Bicycling is an adventure, a thrill, and a freeing experience that non-cyclists can only imagine. It’s more than that, though?cycling is a way to get stronger; to get healthier; to fight back as your body battles illness. Riding with prostate cancer and an artificial sphincter was not easy. I had to find a bike seat that would accommodate my bike riding. He did and now want to tell every Baby Boomer and especially every Prostate Cancer survivor about these seats and the benefits of Fighting Prostate Cancer with good exercise like Cycling. Bill is 68 and keeps on biking. You can too.