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—-Important Message From Aaron Wilcoxx—-
This is the #1 trick I learned as an adult movie star (hint: helps a man last longer)
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Eating this 1 food lowers prostate cancer risk by 20%
Properly prepared mushrooms can help with the removal of endotoxins from the body.
Diabetes, heart disease, cancer and many other major killers are very strongly linked to endotoxins.
Endotoxins are a product of bacteria produced in the gut.
A number of mushrooms have been investigated for their anti-cancer effects – with positive results.
But until now, the relationship between mushroom consumption and prostate cancer has not properly been analyzed.
A recent study calculated that regular mushroom consumption can lower the risk of prostate cancer by about 20%.
The human research took place at Tohoku University School of Public Health, Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan. The researchers published their findings in the International Journal of Cancer.
Prior to this research, there were a number of studies indicating that mushrooms could help prevent a number of cancers.
“Evidence has shown that mushrooms have the potential to prevent several kinds of cancers (e.g., those of the breast, bladder, colon and lung), including prostate cancer.”
Lab experiments have identified a number of mushrooms that should slow the progression of prostate cancers.
“Numerous mushroom species were suggested to inhibit cell proliferation in human prostate cancer cell lines and to restrict prostate tumorigenic progression.”
But there was a lack of research looking at the long-term effects of mushroom consumption and prostate cancer in real life.
“Only one previous human study (a phase I trial) has investigated the biological activity of mushroom intake on prostate cancer recurrence.”
So the researchers analyzed previous studies to learn more about the long-term effects of mushroom consumption and prostate cancer risk.
They analyzed information from 2 prior studies which had been carried out in Japan.
Combined, the studies had information on over 50,000 men between the ages of 40 and 79 years old.
Both of those studies had collected detailed information on the diet of all the participants when the research began.
“In both studies, data on consumption of mushrooms and other food items were collected in the baseline survey.”
Within the questionnaire, the participants reported how many times per week they consumed mushrooms.
Both studies followed the men for over 20 years. The medical records contained information on prostate cancer diagnoses.
“Data on cancer case registrations were obtained from clinics and hospitals (inpatients and outpatients), radiology and pathology departments, autopay records, mass screening records and death certificates.”
Then the researchers looked at the risk of developing prostate cancer according to the frequency of mushroom consumption.
Men who ate mushrooms more than once per week had an 8% lower chance of developing prostate cancer.
“Compared to participants with motion consumption less than one time per week, frequent mushroom intake was associated with a decreased risk of prostate cancer.”
Prostate cancer was reduced by 17% in men who consumed mushrooms three or more times per week.
“Mushroom intake was associated with a decreased risk of prostate cancer ≥3 times/week: hazard ratio= 0.83.”
The benefits of mushroom consumption were more obvious in men over 50 years old.
The protective effect of mushrooms was independent of other dietary factors.
“This inverse relationship was especially obvious among participants aged ≥50 years and did not differ by clinical stage of cancer and intake of vegetables, fruit, meat and dairy products.”
Men who ate mushrooms had a lower risk of prostate cancer.
And as mushroom intake increased, the risk of prostate cancer continued to drop.
“The present study showed an inverse relationship between mushroom consumption and incident prostate cancer among middle‐aged and elderly Japanese men.”
The researchers concluded that mushroom intake could help to prevent the development of prostate cancer.
“The results suggest that habitual mushroom intake might help to prevent prostate cancer.”
You should always take care to properly prepare and cook mushrooms.
—-Important Message for Men Who Don’t Like Mushrooms—-
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