Father’s day is an opportunity for men to do something positive for their health.
Prostate health, prostate cancer, and BPH are closely related. BPH is the most commonly diagnosis made by urologists for men between the ages of 45 and 74. According to the American Cancer Society, while one in six men will be diagnosed, only about one in 36 will die from prostate cancer. In other words, most men diagnosed with prostate cancer do not die from it.
Much has been said already about the ability of the extracts of Pao Pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria, first discovered by Mirko Beljanski, to suppress the development of tumors without damaging the healthy cells.
As the anti-inflammatory effects of these substances become better documented it turns out, that those two extracts could also enhance and restore prostate health before the onset of cancer by lowering the elevated Prostate Specific Antigens (PSA) and keeping men from the debilitating effects of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), the most commonly diagnosed urological condition for men between the ages of 45 and 74. Prostate health, prostate cancer, and BPH are all closely related, and given their high frequency in men, prevention rather than treatment offers the best line of defense from these diseases.
In the words of Dr. Aaron Katz of the Columbia Medical Centre: “the two extracts can produce favorable health benefits and give men the opportunity to do something positive to reduce their risk for a more serious outcome”.