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Protect Prostate: No Dairy or Soy

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Monday, 26 Oct 2015 04:49 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Since my first book 17 years ago, I’ve been writing about the importance of eating a healthy diet. It’s the first step to improving and/or maintaining your health.

Yet talking with patients about their diets is one of the most frustrating things I do, because many simply do not want to change what they eat.

Americans generally do not eat good diets. In fact, our diets are full of processed foods that are packed with refined sugars, salts, oils, and flour.

Refined food lacks the basic vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that are essential for good health.
Eating devitalized food (refined foods) leads to a devitalized body — including prostate problems.

Eating a diet full of refined food promotes inflammation, which is responsible for triggering all kinds of prostate problems, from benign prostatic hypertrophy to cancer.

On the other hand, a healthy diet can give the body the essential nutrients needed to promote healing and optimize the immune system. It doesn’t take a medical degree to understand that eating good food will help all parts of your body — prostate included — heal and function.

My partners and I have been testing patients for food allergies and sensitivities for more than 20 years. In that time, we have found dairy allergies in more than 80 percent of patients. There is no question that pasteurized dairy products are pro-inflammatory and can both cause and worsen prostate problems.

Compared to men with the lowest intake of dairy, a meta-analysis found that men with the highest dairy intake had an 11 percent higher risk of developing prostate cancer. Furthermore, men with the highest calcium intake faced a 39 percent higher risk of developing prostate cancer.

Cow’s milk is great for raising baby cows. Humans, on the other hand, do not need to ingest cow’s milk to be healthy — regardless of what the dairy industry claims.

More information about getting dairy out of your diet can be found in my book, “The Guide to a Dairy Free Diet.”

Another pro-inflammatory food that can damage the prostate gland is soy. I have seen many men improve their prostate problems simply by eliminating soy from their diets.

More information about soy can be found in my book, “The Soy Deception.”
 

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