Posts Tagged ‘broccoli’

NEW PROSTATE CANCER INFOLINK: Recent news stories claiming  broccoli may have the power to reduce the risk of prostate cancer are open to question, writes Mike Scott. READ MORE>

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ABC7 NEWS: Certain green vegetables like broccoli and brussels sprouts may block the growth of some cancer cells, including prostate. READ MORE>

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URO TODAY: Earlier evidence that brassicas – cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, etc – reduce prostate cancer risks has been enhanced by a recent study of more than 11,000 men in Germany. READ MORE>

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NUTRA-INGREDIENTS.COM: Enhancing bioactive content of tomatoes and broccoli may enhance efficacy in the prevention of prostate cancer, according to new research. READ MORE>

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JULY 26: PROSTABLOG NZ: Advice for prostate survivors – drink pinot noir red wine from a cool climate like Central Otago in NZ’s South Island, pomegranate juice and soy milk.

And eat goji berries, broccoli, and cooked/processed tomato like good old Watties tomato ketchup.

These are just a few of the tips for men with prostate cancer who are looking for a suitable diet, says one half of an eminent NZ scientific duo.

Immunologist Dr Richard Forster – who with molecular and biological scientist Dr Jim Watson has founded a company purely to develop a new immunological treatment for advanced prostate cancer – told the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s annual conference in Napier today that diet is one of the essential tools in dealing with the disease.

Both men have advanced prostate cancer which was diagnosed too late for conventional early treatment, so are devoting their considerable scientific knowledge to finding a better way to help men in their situation.

A full report on their presentation today will appear in this blog soon.

Meantime, the chart below lists their advice on diet change:


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PROSTATE RUMINATE:  Green vegetables, such as broccoli and cabbage, help the safe, natural treatment for melanoma and other cancers, particularly when combined with selenium. This is primarily because compounds within the vegetables block the Akt3 protein, an action which in turn, inhibits the growth of the tumour. READ MORE>

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