(©: 6 February 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.) A study finds it that the obese men with prostate cancer face higher death risk. It finds 2.6 fold increase in chance of dying compared to normal weight men (
My Interpretation (as is presented in my cancer book):
(* Soups are made by boiling vegetable, chicken, crabs, or any such thing in water. During this process, most of the calcium contained in those items (calcium, being water-soluble) would get extracted into the soup. Thus, soups form concentrated calcium-containing liquids.)
( * This may have some relevance to the past life style of the African Americans - in the past, a few generations of them were forced to work almost non-stop all the time. They had to control their urge to urinate then and there, and thereby the whole lot of them became big-sized, due to the retention of the calcium excesses within their body. Such an under-urinating could have become 'norm' for all of them along with time. Hence, they could be more susceptible to obesity, and obesity-related diseases, including prostate cancer.)
(* A study to trace this important phenomenon, by tracing the 'Liquid (Water Intake) / Urine Output' should be conducted to recognise this fact. In good health, the Ratio should be 1.0, and can go up to 1.2. However, I won't be surprised if it goes to 1.5 or more. I think, it may even go up further to, even 2.0. Any reading above 1.2 would give rise to HYPERHIDROSIS (profuse sweating in palms, feet, and all over the body), and would also make the person OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE, ending up as MORBILDY OBESE.)
The moment they enter into a restaurant, the first thing they order is, of course, a big bowl of vegetable soup.
Prostate cancer appears to be more prevalent among Chinese men in Malaysia.
This should be seen from the angle of the Theory of Evolution as explained by
Only the best and good characters and features will get transmitted to the next generation, and NOT the worse and diseases!)
An obese mother, who is obese by virtue of NOT drinking enough water and NOT urinating adequately, would NOT encourage her children to drink water, and may not train her infants to urinate liberally. This would end up making her children too obese. This would then pose to scientists as it that trait is an inherited / genetic factor. Apparently, that would only constitute an error.
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Palaniappan, V.M. 2008. The True Causes of All Diseases. 190pp. ISBN 978-967-9988-13-0).
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