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 This function is similar to that of the milk synthesising components present in the breasts of females.
 Chinese men were found to consume vegetable soups all the time, whereas the Indian and Malay men who had prostate cancer have been eating plenty of vegetables twice or thrice daily, along with their meals, AND milk before bedtime, daily.
 Consumption of ripe papaya fruit will invariably give rise to chronic constipation (frequent defecation of slimy stools), by softening the stools at the colon.
When the faecal matter becomes slimy, all the hither-to unabsorbable calcium will get rapidly absorbed by the cells that make up the inner lining of the alimentary canal, especially at the colon.
These lining cells are called adenoma cells, and they are capable of absorbing any available substance from the faeces as well as exuding water when the faecal matter gets dried up to create an acute constipation.
A continued absorption of calcium by the adenomatous cells of the colon, from the faecal matter due to prolonged chronic constipation, will give rise to colon cancer.
More information on this may be seen in this book under chapter dealing with colon cancer.
(c) Eating oranges, also almost daily. (In spite of containing citric acid, the calcium in it appears to disturb.)
When I traced further, the soups these people have been consuming were made of any one of the following vegetables:
All the above are very rich in their calcium oxalate contents. (It is Calcium oxalate that gives the taste.)
The boiling process brings out most of the calcium oxalate into the water.
On consumption, this calcium ends up in the cells of the prostate gland.
 In women drinking too much of soup thus, the calcium enters into the breast tissues to give them a breast lump and cancer there.
Another factor that may enhance this problem is probably the location of the Prostate gland, which is much closer to the urinal bladder which collects and keeps the calcium-containing liquid for prolonged periods, if the person happens to withhold his urinal pressure for longer durations.
More details in this regard may be seen in this book under the chapter dealing with breast cancer.
In addition to this, the calcium oxalate from the oranges too may enter into the body and then into the prostate gland.
Beer is probably another source of calcium oxalate. When taken, it can aggravate the problem.
All these intakes in themselves are probably enough to enlarge the soft cells in the prostate gland.
Over and above, as said earlier, if the person happens to under-urinate, (and also develop chronic constipation), there will be enough calcium within the body to cross over the threshold point, and the person tends to develop prostate enlargement initially, and then a cancer there.
My approach to curing the prostate problem is based on the depletion of all calcium excesses through a process of decalcification.
(a) I educate the patient to avoid consuming calcium-rich food and drinks, including seafood, eggs, etc.
(b) I prevent them from taking any kind of calcium supplements, including calcium-enriched snacks, such as biscuits, beverages, chocolates, and the like.
(c) I make them drink about 2.5L of RAIN WATER (being naturally ACIDIC).
(d) I train them to urinate once every two hours initially, and once EVERY HOUR subsequently for about TWO WEEKS, after which period, they return to their 'normal' 8 times/day plan.
(e) I give them some naturally-strong ACID HERBS such as Cissus quadrangularis (dried and ground) either to add to their food, or to take it into mouth after/before food, thrice a day.
(f) I ask them to expose their body to sunshine at least for 10 minutes in the mornings and another 10 minutes in the evenings. The idea in so-doing is to fix any calcium still left in the lymph fluid to the bones, so that it will not return to the soft cells of prostate gland and/or any other organ.
In all, prostate enlargements can be normalised within two months or so.
Since I have not handled many prostate cancer patients, I am unable to describe any detail about the possible curative procedure.
OK, friends, let me come back to you a while later with another useful article.
Until the, bye...
Dr. Palani, Ph.D.