This is why you might have prostate inflammation

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I’ve been telling you for a long time that prostate inflammation is not what it seems.

Prostate inflammation is caused by higher estrogen levels.

It’s brought about by inflammation throughout the body.

They call it benign prostate hyperplasia, or BPH, but there’s nothing benign about it.

Medicine has created a huge profit racket from prostate problems.

Drugs for prostate infection are extremely profitable.

But they have no real interest in curing prostate problems.

Drug companies do have a great interest in treating them in a long term manner and expensively.

Today I want to give you further proof of this and show you how you can fix prostate problems.

You’ll also be able to fix a lot of other health problems.

It’s very important to fix prostate problems because the majority of men are affected with them as they age.

Treatments for prostate problems include various procedures, supplements, and drugs.

These often make men “impotent” as we used to call it.

They also can create many other health problems.

And these are just issues created by the treatments of the prostate inflammation!

That doesn’t include issues caused by the prostate problem itself.

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Many men who have prostate “procedures” that involve cutting, radiation or lasers end up with long-term ED.

They often report a lack of feeling in their penile tissues.

And they sometimes experience a recurrence of the original problem — requiring a second procedure.

It’s very ugly cycle, and it’s super profitable to big Pharma and big medicine.

Treating prostates is a racket, quite plainly.

So that’s why we’re going look at what really causes prostate problems.

And we’re going to look at how to fix them without all of these terrible procedures, surgeries, and drugs.

Let me start by decoding what this study is all about.

Look at the very first three letters of the study, “LPS.”

LPS (or Lipopolysaccharide) is what is called an endotoxin.

It is produced by bacteria in the gut, and our liver has to eliminate it.

LPS is highly toxic to the body, and can kill us if we don’t remove it quickly.

But if we continually have LPS in our body, and our liver can’t deal with it.

We end up in a state of constant inflammation.

LPS is like pouring gasoline on fire.

As long as the gasoline continues pouring on the fire, the symptoms of raging flame continue.

The same is true with LPS.

As long as LPS continues infecting our entire body through our gut, we will continue having inflammatory symptoms throughout the body.

The prostate is extremely sensitive to this type of inflammation.

What researchers did in this study is they exposed prostate tissue to LPS endotoxins.

Then they observed what happened to the tissue.

And they found that as the LPS exposure continues, the prostate tissue gets inflamed, and the prostate organ increases in size.

The rest of the study is quite technical and talks about the effects of the endotoxins on the prostate cells.

But this is exactly what happened in the human body.

Step one – the gut is inflamed and let’s too many endotoxins into the body.

Step two – the liver can’t detoxify the endotoxins.

The result is the endotoxins spread throughout the body causing inflammation in every cell in the body.

Step three – every cell in the body gets inflamed.

It is especially evident in the super-sensitive prostate in a man.

Other tissues get inflamed too, and this causes high blood pressure in some men.

It causes arthritis in other men, acid reflux still other men, and diabetes in some other men.

So what researchers did in the study is, they looked at men who are suffering from internal inflammation.

They also looked at men who do not have internal inflammation.

Researchers found that men with internal inflammation were fatter, had inflamed prostates, had prostate symptoms, and had a lot of other health issues.

What I want you to do from here is to realize that you need to make some major changes in your lifestyle.

Most of these changes are pretty easy to make.

I’m not talking about cutting down on smoking, or eating lower fat or cutting your cholesterol levels.

That’s just total BS.

What I’m talking about is lowering the gut inflammation.

This will lower endotoxins and inflammation throughout the body.

To lower gut inflammation, you can try a number of things.

Solutions of this can be very simple including taking aspirin, vitamin B1, vitamin B3, vitamin K2, and vitamin E.

Lowering your fat intake and eliminating polyunsaturated fatty acids (or PUFAs) from your diet is critical.

Everything you take in your body should be anti-inflammatory.

Chances are, what you’re taking into your body is actually creating more and worse inflammation.

It’s showing up now in your prostate, but it will be showing up in your arteries, your heart, and in your blood sugar before long.

But you can stop the inflammation — it’ll save your life.

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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