Men with these symptoms are 5x more likely to get prostate cancer

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Are you suffering from any of these?

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Men with These Symptoms Are 5 Times More Likely to Get Prostate Cancer

The smoke poured out of the engine and the Ford Bronco came to a stop, never to start again.

The problem was that the oil had not been changed and the sludgy oil made the engine seize in the MOST spectacular way.

Sludgy oil CAN ruin an entire car, just like inflammation in your body can cause all kinds of health problems – from diabetes to dementia.

I’ve been talking about this stuff for years, but the evidence just keeps piling up.

Journal article after journal article confirms that internal inflammation is the cause of almost every chronic disease.

Now researchers are finding that men who have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have up to five times greater the risk of prostate cancer.

This doesn’t surprise me at all, but you’re unlikely to hear a doctor talk about it.

Doctors tend to treat patients like they are a bunch of parts instead of a complete system.

But, just like having bad oil in a car can blow up the engine, having runaway internal inflammation can destroy your body.


Inflammation can be deadly.

Inflammation of the body affects different people differently.

Some people will develop erectile dysfunction, others will develop metabolic disorders, and some will develop cancer.

A 20-year study has just revealed that men with IBD (one of the symptoms of chronic inflammation of the body) are four to five times more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer.

“Men with inflammatory bowel disease have four to five times higher risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer, reports a 20-year study from Northwestern Medicine.”

So, if you have gut inflammation… You’re more likely to get prostate cancer.

And that’s not good news.

That’s because inflammation in one part of your body can affect almost any other part of your body.

The key to preventing chronic disease is getting the inflammation under control. If you do that, things will often heal on their own.

Our knowledge about the link between inflammation and disease is getting stronger daily.

“For the extensive study, researchers looked at 1,033 men with inflammatory bowel disease and a control group of 9,306 men without the disease. They followed the two groups of men for 18 years and found those with inflammatory bowel disease were much more likely to have prostate cancer and higher PSA levels.”

So what do you do if you have IBD?

Anytime you have problems with gut health it can be excruciating.

Gut problems can even cause all kinds of problems with your social life – and potentially keep you out of work.

But most of the time, doctors don’t really have a good understanding of how to treat this issue.

Now, I’m not saying to just go off medication or stop seeing your doctor.

I’m not a doctor and I can’t tell you to do that – I wouldn’t anyway.

What I am saying is to do your own research and work with your doctor to help get any chronic conditions under control.

One thing that causes IBD is the amount of PUFA fats we eat in our diet.

PUFAs (polyunsaturated fatty acids) are EVERYWHERE.

They are in almost every processed food on the market and in most people’s kitchen cupboards.

These include things like fish oil, soybean oil, corn oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil.

Many times, I’ve seen men begin to heal their gut issues just by getting rid of PUFAs in their diet and replacing them with a small amount of coconut oil and butter.

It’s remarkable how much of a difference this single change can make.

It does take some work and diligence, but it’s really worth it because PUFAs can affect the body SYSTEMICALLY.

So as you get rid of them in your diet, your entire system can start to heal.

Reducing inflammation, whether it’s in your gut or anywhere else in your body, can help you to have great health for the rest of what should be a very long life.

Taking charge of your own health is ALWAYS worth it.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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