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Dive into the world of healthy eating for prostate wellness. Our ‘Healthy Food’ category offers a wealth of knowledge on nutritious foods that support prostate health. Find recipes, dietary tips, and science-backed advice to guide you on a path to a healthier, happier life.

Testosterone boosters: Zinc

Zinc – a master element to optimize testosterone in men.

Zinc (Zn) is humans’ most abundant trace metal after iron. It cannot be deposited in the body, the extra Zn is excreted together with sweat and other discharges. Therefore, regular dietary intake of the mineral is required. The human body contains 2–4 grams of Zn; most of it (nearly 90%) is found in muscles and bones, with the highest concentrations in the prostate and semen. Zn is the key element in the male reproduction system determining prostate gland function and growth of reproductive organs. Zinc is a component of over 300 enzymes and 1000 transcription factors and is involved in almost all physiological functions of our body: growth, immune response, reproduction, DNA synthesis, expression of genes, and cell division. Here we will focus on how Zn stimulates testosterone production and thereby defines the reproductive health in men.

T-boosters: can we trust the sellers’ claims and product reviews?

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Natto with welsh onion and karashi by yoppy

Vitamin K2 Prevents Prostate Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, and Bone Weakness

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It has long been noticed geographical or national differences in prostate cancer susceptibility. These variations were mostly attributed to the specificity of the diet and culinary preferences of different cultures. And this, in turn, suggests that some foods or ingredients of food may have chemoprotective properties against cancer cells. Lycopene, selenium, vitamins C, D, E, and K, green tea, silymarin, pomegranate, and Resveratrol are well-known dietary components that attracted considerable attention from scientists in terms of their anticancer potential. Here I’ll focus on vitamin K2 and its varieties as the natural food components capable of stopping the development of prostate cancer or slowing down its progression.

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Natural treatment of enlarged prostate and prostatitis


Reading wonderful books by a great Romanian phytotherapist Prof. Ovidiu Bojor, inspired me (about me) to write this post on the natural treatment of enlarged prostate and prostatitis. Prof. Ovidiu Bojor – the father of modern Romanian phytotherapy, has put all his energy into discovering the best recipes that could make our life more beautiful, longer, and healthier. This man, who climbed the Himalayas four times, in his 95 still working 8-10 hours a day, always resilient, better than anything else, is demonstrating on the example of his life that living in harmony with nature is the best way to healthy living. His books are indispensable landmarks for anyone who is craving to live a healthy and happy life.

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Understanding the Link: Meat Consumption and Prostate Cancer Risk


Recently, red meat has been widely criticized for its supposed role in several prevalent human diseases, including heart disease, colon, and prostate cancer. The cry is common: “Stay away from red meat! Replace it with vegetable proteins!” But is this advice grounded in science, or are we perhaps misinterpreting data similarly to the unfounded vilification of eggs, which led to grocery shelves teeming with cereal substitutes?
In this article, I aim to highlight the concerns surrounding meat consumption and prostate cancer. What kind of meat, if any, contributes to the risk of prostate cancer and why?

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