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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

CERTAIN FOODS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO PROSTATE CANCER


   CERTAIN FOODS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO  
   PROSTATE CANCER
    (© 7 February, 2012: Dr. V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.) 
 
     I read the following news:
   Dietary amounts of certain foods, vitamins, and minerals  can contribute to prostate cancer risk
      (Gann and Giovannuchi, 2006).
 The following is MY interpretation. Please see if this makes sense:             

Although the above statement appears to be a generalised one, there is some truth in it.
In my opinion, vitamins do not seem to have anything to do with the development of prostate cancer (or any other cancer, for that matter).
 
As I have emphasised in all my reports, it is the mineral calcium that appears to be totally responsible for the development of all cancers.
 
Some foods tend to contain less calcium, some mediocre, and others, plenty.

Eating LESSER quantities of calcium-RICH foods would give the person, mediocre quantities of calcium.

Eating medium quantities of the same calcium-rich food would end up giving the person too much of calcium.

Eating too much of the calcium-rich diet would give too much of calcium to the consumer.

If a person happens to eat FAR TOO MUCH of even the mediocre calcium containing food, he / she would end up with plenty of calcium within his/her body.
 
It is similar to the saying “several tiny drops a flood”.
 
In general, if one wants to prevent any form of cancer, it becomes imperative that he/she does not consume far too much of food in bulk – whether that be rich or mediocre in its calcium contents.

However, consuming far too much of VERY LOW-CALCIUM containing food may not do any harm to the consumer, especially when it comes to the prostate gland problems.

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Let us evaluate the following findings by Schulman and his colleagues (2001):

Lower blood levels of vitamin-D also may increase the risk for prostate cancer 

My Interpretation: We know very well that vitamin-D is definitely required for fixing the free calcium into the bones.
This being the case, if adequate quantity of vitamin-D is not available, then most of the free calcium would continue to remain free.
Such free calcium can get out of the body through urinations.
However, if the person is not going to liberally urinate, then, most of such free calcium will have no other alternative except to getting absorbed into the soft cells.
 
If the calcium happens to be in the 'vicinity' of the prostate gland, then, it may end up in the prostate gland, making the cells there enlarge, and subsequently give rise to cancer there.

This tends to happen because, the Prostate gland itself scavenges and absorbs the freely available calcium for making up the seminal fluid.

If the semen thus formed does not get ejaculated out of the body, then, the calcium tends to get absorbed by the soft cells of the gland itself, thus giving rise to an enlargement of the structure. If the process continues , it may end up as cancer. 

This tends to imply that having frequent sex / frequent ejaculation may be good for men, especially for the prevention of prostate enlargement and prostate cancer.

If the person who consumes far too much of calcium happens to somehow have equally plenty of vitamin-D, then, most of such calcium may end up in the bones, and therefore, they may not do any harm to the prostate gland as such.

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OK, friends,
I will soon publish the next bit of information.
Dr. Palani