Natural prostate health is so important today as one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, and one in 35 men will die from the disease. The good news is that scientific evidence indicates that diet, as in so many other types of cancer, plays a major role in prostate cancer, and one of the better diets for maintaining a naturally healthy prostate is a raw food diet. A healthy raw foods diet can mean the difference between having a healthy prostate, or being the one in six with a diseased one.
Eating healthy raw foods can help to stimulate the colon and let waste pass easier, which means overall your body systems are working better and can function more effectively to ward off all types of diseases. Our society tends to compartmentalize disease, we say we have this cancer or that cancer, or heart disease or any number of common maladies, but the cause is really the same; Self poisoning. Mainly the foods we consume, and to some degree the toxins we take in from our environment, compounded by a sedentary lifestyle that slows our systems further and creates ideal conditions for all types of disease.
When it comes to our food we have strayed so far away from that which nature intended that we are at odds with the natural laws of health, so it is no wonder we see disease and suffering all around us. It is a direct result of our actions. So it only makes sense that by aligning ourselves once again with nature that we can regain our health and natural zest for life. Many nutrients are scientifically proven to reduce our risk for these diseases. However, consuming them as fragmented nutrients, extracted from the whole, or artificially produced in a laboratory may not be the best course. Nature gives us all the nutrients we need to be healthy and ward of disease in their perfect natural packaging. They’re called whole foods, mainly fresh raw fruits and vegetables. Now some form of natural supplement may be a useful complement to the raw diet, your natural health care provider can advise on that.
Raw foods help promote natural prostate health and the health of other organs and glands for that matter. Raw foods like cabbage, broccoli, red bell peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, grapes, bananas, apples, certain nuts and seeds, cucumber and other things from the garden are linked to both organ and glandular health. Why on earth would you not want to eat as many raw foods as you can? They are so beneficial and delicious, and can be prepared in so many ways. You can also put them in the blender and create your own fruit and veggie smoothies. Who knew that natural prostate health could be so easy and tasty?
A healthy diet is also a powerful deterrent to developing prostate cancer. According to Dr Russell Blaylock, a neurosurgeon who writes books on nutrition and wellness, the main key to cancer prevention is what you put in your mouth. One study found that men who ate the most yellow-orange and cruciferous vegetables reduced their risk by 41%. Zinc has been found to reduce enlarged and inflamed prostates. Studies have shown quercetin and curcumin, two anti cancer flavanoids, dramatically reduce the development, growth, and spread of prostate cancer. Lycopene (the antioxidant that makes tomatoes and watermelon red) and nutrients in broccoli have been found to actually inhibit the growth of benign prostate cancer. All these nutrients (and many more yet to be discovered) are essential to maintaining good health and natural prostate health. And can all be found in raw foods.
Raw foods have been linked to the reduction in cancers, the increase of health and vigor of the immune system, and to promoting healthy colon and natural prostate health. By adding more raw foods to your diet you can align yourself with a very natural means of maintaining your health. In today’s world more than ever it is important for each of us to take control of our lives, and make staying healthy a top priority.
@Fighter_Diet Ingredients should definitely be labeled. Did you talk to store leadership directly? Which location was this?
— Whole Foods Market (@WholeFoods) January 13, 2014