Wednesday, May 18, 2022
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Enlarged Prostate? #1 Nutrient That Can Help

Most Important Nutrient For Prostate Health

Zinc and Prostate Health in Men over 40

Studies show a reduced level of Zinc in men over 40 years of age. There also is association of reduced Zinc levels and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and even prostatic carcinoma. Let’s review the article that pulls all this content together.

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URL list from Wednesday, May. 11 2022

Zinc – Wikipedia

Zinc – Health Professional Fact Sheet

AREDS 2 Supplements for Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) | National Eye Institute

Does Zinc Supplementation Increase the Risk of Prostate Cancer? | Nutrition | JAMA Ophthalmology | JAMA Network

Frontiers | Zinc Deficiency in Men Over 50 and Its Implications in Prostate Disorders | Oncology

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Zinc status of patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate carcinoma – PMC


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24 thoughts on “Enlarged Prostate? #1 Nutrient That Can Help
  1. In 93 I was in a parents room in our local hospital (UK) the TV was on and a program about prostate death in the US mentioned exercise similar to pelvic floor called mid stream interruption.
    I have been doing and recommending FZ's to all men since then i'm 55 and have no symptoms so far. FZ's stands for Frank Zappa who died from prostate cancer. Cheers

  2. Another factor that doesn't get a lot of attention: Many fruits and vegetables nowadays are less nutrient-dense than they used to be, as modern farming methods have degraded the soil so severely. Healthy soil is alive… what we have nowadays is just dirt, which is dead.

  3. Thanks so much for this! This came up in my recommended videos and is very timely.. I have an Amish client later this morning who was asking me about prostate health last week. Now I have some good information to share with him.

  4. In men, prostate cancer and in women breast cancer is rising by alarming rate.
    Also selenium deficiency has been linked to prostate health.
    Thank You Dr Been for taking up this issue

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  6. @Dr Been Before you discuss nutrients from diet you should have a look on all the nutritional studies available……Phytates are inactivated by sprouting or cooking…I have never seen somebody eat raw beans! A whole plant based diet is protective against prostate enlargement and cancer. Legumes and greens are life prolonging in general…..Processed food, meat and dairy are life shortening….

  7. My husband suffers from a seriously enlarged prostate. It is hard to believe that his urologist hasn't recommended taking zinc to help stop it's growth. He is hard to convince (my husband) so I am asking him to watch this video to see the mechanics of how it will help him. Thank you for all you do to help us understand the medical world.

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