We want to address the elephant in the room, or more specifically the elephant in your piping.
If you are a guy, listen up!
And if you are a gal, keep reading as well, because we could be talking about your boyfriend or bestie.
We are taking a deep dive into prostate issues.
There is a whole epidemic of unhappy prostates out there!
3 out of 5 older men are diagnosed with prostate cancer.
The consequences are not pretty, often including invasive surgery, hormone treatment, and incontinence to mention a few.
Here are some of the telltale signs that your prostate isn’t a happy chappie.
- Frequent urge to urinate.
- Need to get up many times during the night to urinate.
- Blood in urine or semen.
- Pain or burning urination.
- Painful ejaculation.
- Frequent pain or stiffness in lower back, hips, pelvic or rectal area, or upper thighs.
- Dribbling of urine.
I had a client the other day who had been diagnosed with BHP (benign hyperplasia of the prostate).
In other words, enlargement of the prostate.
Once the prostate enlarges, it constricts the urethra and constricts the flow of urine.
This is one of the early warning signs, and most men don’t like to talk about it.
They keep these uncomfortable secrets to themselves.
Perhaps they think it’s not ‘manly’ to open up.
I am here to encourage you to talk about the elephant in the room.
Don’t wait till it’s too late!
The statistics are frightening because prostate cancer is the second cause of death in men!
Take the plunge and start talking about your issues today!
You will be amazed at how much love and support you will receive once you open up!
Please come and see us, because we are able to help you, or point you in the right direction.
Over the years, I have made some amazing discoveries about our prostate gland, what it likes, and what it hates.
Our prostate is affected by stress!
Yes, when stress goes up, your prostate takes a nosedive.
There are a lot of alpha receptors in the prostate and the neck of the bladder.
These receptors are triggered by adrenaline from the adrenals which is released when we are under stress.
Chronic stress anywhere in the body equals inflammation, swelling, pain, and discomfort.
You may think that you have your stress levels under control, but we see many clients who have ‘issues in their tissues’, from traumatic events in the past.
Emotions from early childhood that never had a chance to see the daylight, or trauma from negative events, that keep triggering our nervous system, causing it to release adrenalin and cortisol.
I know we have said this many times before and I will say it again: Magnesium is the key mineral to turn off the fight and flight mode, so we can relax and repair.
The sad fact is that most of us are very magnesium deficient.
(We recommend and stock Sandra Cabot’s magnesium because it has 2 of the tiniest particles of magnesium so it will be absorbed into the cells much easier.)
It is needed by muscles to help them relax.
When your prostate relaxed, the pressure is released from the neck of the bladder, so your urine can flow freely again.
Iodine is vitally important to boost your prostate health.
Here is an extract from the Tasmanian Government’s DHHS website.
Iodine levels in Tasmania.
Tasmania has had a long history of iodine deficiency because of the nature of the state’s soil.
Prior to the 1950s iodine deficiency was widespread.
In the 1950s and 1960s iodine tablets were provided for school children and women who were pregnant and breastfeeding.
Later in the 1970s iodine was added to bread.
The addition of iodine to bread in the 1970s was ceased a short time after it commenced as it appeared people were getting too much iodine.
Iodine-based cleaning agents had become popular in the dairy industry leading to an oversupply of iodine in the Tasmanian diet.
Iodine-based cleaning agents used in the dairy industry are thought to have provided protection against iodine deficiency through the 1970s and 1980s as small quantities of iodine remained present in the milk supply.
The dairy industry no longer uses iodine-based cleaning agents but still uses iodine-based solutions on cows’ teats after milking to prevent mastitis.
Some of this iodine remains in the milk so cow’s milk remains a useful source of iodine.
In the late 1990s some research by the Menzies Research Institute found iodine deficiency was again a problem in Tasmania.
Similar reports of iodine deficiency were emerging in other parts of Australia and New Zealand.
The Department of Health and Human Services raised this concern with national authorities and investigated a number of interim strategies to increase iodine in Tasmania while a more permanent solution could be investigated nationally.
After consideration of a range of options, it was decided that switching to iodised salt in place of regular salt in bread was the most practical solution.
Grada and I have researched Professor Guy Abraham and Dr. David Brownstein, both world-class experts on prostate health.
Both experts recommend we take a hundred times the recommended daily allowance of iodine, otherwise, it is not doing us any good at all!
Studies also show that women with low iodine levels have a far greater incidence of breast cancer.
Here is a link to Dr. David M Derry’s book on his research.
There are lots of receptor sites for iodine in the breasts and prostate, and these receptors get clogged up by bromide from safety gear that everyone is forced to wear, chlorine and fluoride in water.
Instead of using iodine, your body now has to use these 3 toxic chemicals to produce vital hormones, which really puts your body in a desperate state.
Iodine can kill simple celled organisms such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi as well as abnormal immature cells, known as cancer cells.
Dr. David M. Derry suggests that “iodine then becomes the surveillance mechanism for abnormal cells in the body”.
Come and see us for a session!
We can really help you.
We have worked with 1000’s of clients who hit the end of the road, and they are thriving now.
Better still, make an appointment now!
Don’t wait till you get sick or are in pain.
Remember the bottom rung on the ladder: water (hydration) and Himilayan salt (minerals)!
Nothing works without adequate water and salt.
Let me finish by sharing a story about a pediatrician who had been battling terminal metastatic breast cancer for years, both with natural means and modern medicine.
She had been given only a limited time to live when she read the book “Your Body’s Many Cries for Water” by Dr Batmanghelidj.
She started drinking one litre of clean filtered water for every 30 kg of body weight and had a quarter of a teaspoon of pure salt for each litre of water drunk consistently, every day.
Have a guess what: she RECOVERED!!
Remember also to assist your own immune system to keep you healthy by either having a good helping of sauerkraut/kimchi or a good probiotic like immunosynbiotic immune restore or immunosynbiotic Xflam every day.
And make sure you are gaining most of your energy from non-inflammatory foods such as good fats/oils.
Cut out high starch carbohydrates and sugars and polyunsaturated oils, because they damage your body and cause inflammation.
We are here to help you.
Our shop is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 AM to 5 PM at 47 Wilmot Road Forth.
We are available to answer your questions.
Call in to check our range of supplements or you can arrange for a postal order.
Feel free to call us on 0428283007 or email us on email@example.com.
Yours to many years of health and vitality!
Pete and Grada