Protect Your Prostate Now!

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Most doctors will tell you that too much testerone causes prostate cancer. But one doctor believes the reverse. He says “free” testosterone is vital to good prostate health.

That doctor is Abraham Morgentaler. And he’s spent the last seven years proving his theory.

As we told you on Tuesday, it all began in 2004 when he treated an 84-year-old patient with prostate cancer. He helped that patient’s cancer go into remission. Without drugs or surgery. Just by supplementing him with testosterone.

After Dr. Morgentaler wrote up his results in a medical journal… men began flocking to him. Seeking the same therapy.

So he began treating them in the same way. He closely watched their progress with biopsies and PSA tests. And not one of them got any worse. The cancer cells didn’t grow. Or spread. They all began to feel better. To reclaim their old lives.

“One of the strongest so-called ‘truths’ in oncology for the last 50 years has been more testosterone equals more growth,” says Dr. Morgentaler. “Less testosterone equals less growth. But the data does not support this idea.”

And his own clinical experience was proving this theory wrong.

So he decided to verify his results.

Testing the Theory

Dr. Morgentaler joined forces with doctors Larry Lipshultz and Mohit Khera both of whom serve at Baylor Medical College in Houston. Together they began a two-and-a-half-year study.

They began treating 13 men diagnosed with prostate cancer. Not with drugs or surgery. But simple testosterone therapy.

They followed their progress for two and a half years. They conducted PSA tests and biopsies.

Their therapy stopped prostate cancer in its tracks! It didn’t grow or spread in a single man. In fact… they all showed improvement. They were less tired. Urinary problems lessened. And their sexual interest and performance increased.

“If raising testosterone really made cancer grow rapidly, as we’ve been taught, then studies would show a higher rate of the cancer in men receiving testosterone therapy,” says Dr. Morgentaler. “They don’t!”

They published their findings in the New England Journal of Medicine. And gained a standing ovation for their findings at the recent annual American Urology Association conference.

How to Raise Your Own Testosterone

Dr. Morgentaler points out that testosterone therapy has many positive benefits. These include “improvement in energy, sexual desire and performance, muscle mass and strength, bone density and mood.”

And there are ways to increase testosterone levels without doctor-regulated therapy.

Plenty of studies show that dietary changes increase your body’s natural production of the hormone.

One of the easiest methods? Consume a high-protein diet. Healthful foods rich in protein include grass-fed beef… Cold water, fresh-caught salmon… And free-range chicken.

You can also supplement your diet with minerals to increase your testerone.

Zinc and vitamin E are both great for boosting testosterone levels. You can get both in supplement form. Or simply in your diet.

One option is avocados. They’re high in vitamin E. And folic acid… which also metabolizes proteins. Asparagus is also rich in Vitamin E

Great sources of zinc include kelp, mushrooms, and oysters. And, if you’re on the go, you can pack raw, unsalted pumpkin seeds. Other good on-the-go options include cheese and turkey.

There’s plenty more research about testosterone. And how it combats prostate disease.
We’re finalizing an in-depth 35-page report on the subject. It looks at how your
hormones affect your prostate. And how they can reverse prostate disease.

This health directive is packed with the latest findings and research. It offers extensive guidance on dietary and lifestyle remedies that will help you to protect your prostate. We’ll email you immediately when it’s ready so that you can get your hands on the life-changing information inside. Please keep an eye on your inbox for further details.

To your health,
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Ian Robinson,
Managing Editor,
NHD “Health Watch”