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Thursday, February 9, 2012

HIGH CALCIUM & HEAVY VITAMIN USE CAN INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER

 HIGH CALCIUM and HEAVY VITAMIN USE 
CAN INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER
(© 9 February, 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)        

     High calcium intake has been linked to prostate cancer.

   According to Carmen Rodriguez of American Cancer Society (ACS), calcium may play an important role in the development of prostate cancer.
 
   All those taking in 2,000 mg or more had over four times the risk of developing metastatic prostate cancer as those taking in less than 500 mg. (ACS News Center, 2001).

  The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of calcium is 1,000 mg per day for men, and 1,500 mg for women. (These should be less for Asians.)

Another study conducted by Chan (2001) in Harvard University, Boston, says that men with a high intake of calcium from dairy products seem to have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer.
  Those who consumed more than 600 mg of calcium daily from dairy products had a 32% higher risk than those who took 150 mg.
 
My Findings & Interpretation:

  Since 1998 (Palaniappan,1998) I have been emphasising that it is calcium that gives rise to the whole range of problems including nearly all obesity-related problems and ALL cancers. 
 
  (Whereas, both the above two news releases are dated 2001. I DON'T THINK THAT THIS COULD BE SOME KIND OF PLAGIARISM.  However, I am glad that more and more scientists are now coming up with identical results, which tend to re-confirm my earlier findings.)
   Even if a person has been taking only slightly more than the required amount of calcium, if he happens to under-urinate, the small excesses accumulate within the body, and that gets transported to all the soft tissues in the body through the lymph fluid.

   In the absence of vitamin-D, the cells in the soft tissues absorb this calcium, enlarge in their size (hypertrophy), and split to give rise to (hyperplasia) cancers.

   If the person happens to be consuming calcium rich foods, especially IN LIQUID FORMS, then the process of prostate cancer development gets speeded up.

   The above being the case, if the person takes calcium supplements or even calcium-enriched foods, the whole process gets accelerated much more speedily than in the previously described cases.
   When it comes to the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for people of the tropics, the doses recommended appear to be very high.
   I am of the opinion that about one-third of it should be reduced (Palaniappan, 1998-2008, 2010).
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       According to Leitzmann (2007), heavy multivitamin use may raise prostate cancer risk. 
 
  Taking them more than seven times a week was associated with a 32% increased risk of advanced prostate and for fatal prostate cancer, nearly doubling of risk compared to men who did not take multivitamins”.
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   My Interpretation: 

  When Dr. Leitzmann writes "heavy multivitamin use", it is quiet probable that only the Vitamin-D component in THAT multivitamin composition has been working, while all the rest had no effect.   

  Vitamin-D present in the multivitamin sources will have the capacity to fix the free calcium - in the bones, and not in the soft cells of the prostate gland.
   If this happens, then, there will not be any free calcium available for its absorption by the soft cells in the prostate gland, either for its enlargement, or for developing a cancer there.
  
  Other than the above, I am unable to see how else the other vitamin components of the multivitamin could exert any influence towards increasing the risk factor. 
  
  Unfortunately, I am unable to locate the original research paper on this subject.
 
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OK, friends, let me continue with more interesting
information soon.
Until then, bye, 
Dr. Palani.