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Natural Cancer-Killers

Natural Cancer-Killers imageEvery day, cells are mutating in your body that have the potential to cause disease. This includes chronic disease such as prostate cancer as well as others that can have life-changing effects. Your body is in a constant war against renegade cells, free radicals and other offenses against your health.

Achieving maximum health is about providing your body with the best defenses against every attack and living a life of wellness. Studies have shown the effect that lifestyle and diet, for example, can have on reducing your risk of prostate disease. There have also been numerous studies on the effect of certain cancer killing foods, nutrients and supplements on reducing prostate cancer risk such as green tea, lycopene, saw palmetto and vitamin D, to name a few.

If you want to want to provide your body with the best defenses possible against disease you need to take a total lifestyle approach to wellness including maintaining a lifestyle consistent with the 6 Pillars of Prostate Health and well as the 10 Foundations of The Prostate Diet. In addition, you need to reduce your risk factors for prostate disease (read more on prevention of prostate cancer) and include those nutrients and prostate supplements that have been shown in clinical studies to reduce your risk of disease. These include:

Cayenne (capsaicin) picture Cayenne (capsaicin): Capsaicin can slow growth of prostate cancer cells and prompt them to commit suicide (apoptosis).. Read more about cayenne and prostate cancer
Vegetables image Vegetables: Research suggests that cruciferous vegetables are associated with a reduced risk of cancer, including prostate cancer. Read more about eating vegetables to prevent prostate cancer
Lycopene (tomatoes) picture Lycopene (tomatoes): Lycopene, a potent antioxidant found in tomatoes, tomato products, and several other foods, has shown evidence of reducing the risk of prostate cancer. Read more about lycopene benefits for prostate cancer
Mushrooms picture Mushrooms: Medicinal mushrooms, including shiitake, reishi, and others, have demonstrated anticancer properties, restricted the spread of cancer (metastasis), and shown anti-tumor activity. Read more about mushrooms and cancer prevention
Turmeric/curcumin picture Turmeric/curcumin: Turmeric (curcumin) appears to both inhibit prostate cancer growth and be involved in cell suicide (apoptosis). Read more about turmeric/curcumin benefits for cancer
Vitamin D picture Vitamin D: Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin, and so adequate exposure to sunlight, as well as oral supplementation, may provide a simple way to increase synthesis of vitamin D in the prostate and, therefore, decrease the risk of prostate cancer. Read more about vitamin D and prevention of cancer
Pomegranate picture Pomegranate: Extracts of pomegranate can encourage the death of prostate cancer cells (apoptosis) as well as slow the reproduction of prostate cancer cells. Read more about eating pomegranate to prevent cancer
Green Tea picture Green Tea: Numerous studies have shown the benefits of green tea for reducing the risk of prostate cancer and general prostate health. Read more about green tea and prostate cancer
Omega 3 picture Omega 3: The anti-inflammatory properties of omega 3 have been shown in studies to reduce the risk of prostate cancer and other disease. Read more about omega-3 and cancer prevention
Supplements for Prostate Cancer picture Supplements for Prostate Cancer: Many studies have shown the benefits of various supplements for prostate cancer and promoting wellness in patients with cancer. Read more about supplements for prostate cancer
Broccoli sprout extract picture Broccoli sprout extract: Extract of broccoli sprouts contains sulforaphane, a substance that can inhibit prostate cancer cell growth and induce cancer cell death. Read more about broccoli sprout extract
Gac Fruit picture Gac Fruit: The gac is an exotic fruit from Southeast Asia that has extremely high levels of the antioxidant lycopene, a phytonutrient that has been proven helpful in preventing prostate cancer. Read more about gac fruit
Indole-3-carbinol picture Indole-3-carbinol (I3C)/DIM: Both indole-3-carbinol (I3C) and DIM are found in high levels in cruciferous vegetables, and they have demonstrated anticancer properties against prostate cancer. Read more about indole-3-carbinol/DIM and prostate health
Krill oil picture Krill oil: Krill oil contains the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and they are more available to the body than those found in fish oil, which has been shown to be effective in reducing the risk of prostate cancer. Read more about krill oil and prostate health benefits
Modified citrus pectin picture Modified citrus pectin: Modified citrus pectin is a processed form of pectin (a polysaccharide) that may disrupt the growth and spread of prostate cancer cells. Read more about modified citrus pectin for prostate cancer
Muscadine grape skin picture Muscadine grape skin: Extracts of muscadine grape skin have shown evidence of anticancer activity against prostate cancer cells and may be beneficial for men who choose radiation treatment for prostate cancer. Read more about muscadine grape skin and prostate health
Quercetin picture Quercetin: The flavonoid quercetin can significantly inhibit the growth of aggressive prostate cancer cell lines. Read more about quercetin and prostate health benefits
Resveratrol picture Resveratrol: The phytonutrient resveratrol, found mainly in grapes and red wine, has demonstrated an ability to slow the growth of prostate cancer cells. Read more about resveratrol and prostate health benefits
White tea picture White tea: The least processed form of tea is white tea, which means it has more catechins (antioxidant potential) and more anticancer ability against prostate cancer than other forms of tea. Read more about white tea and prostate health benefits

Created: September 17, 2010

Site last updated 26 October, 2016



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