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Reversing Prostate Cancer

A team from the University of California in San Francisco recently conducted a study where they placed on group of men with prostate cancer in a control group and changed their lifestyle by having them adopt a vegan diet (mostly cooked) and do some yoga.

The results? Via foodnavigator.com

"After one year, PSA levels (a protein marker for prostate cancer) decreased in the group who had changed their lifestyle...."

"Further, they found that serum from the participants inhibited prostate tumour growth in vitro by 70 per cent...."

"Again, there was a direct correlation between the degree of lifestyle change and the inhibition of prostate tumour growth."

Question: Why isn't this all over the news? If Merk developed a drug that did this, our nation's media would be all over this!

So, our dear blog reader, it is up to us to spread the news. I don't normally give out homework assignments on here, but make a point to mention this to 5 people today and ask them to share the news with anyone they know that could benefit from the information as well.

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Judy Pokras

And we know that if the study subjects had been RAW vegans, they would have healed themselves that much faster!

Dhrumil Purohit

I totally agree! Thanks for the message Judy. I love www.rawfoodsnewsmagazine.com/ - Keep up the great work.

Hema Shah

What a wonderful article! I hope such studies and revelations continue to flow. From personal experience having been 100% raw for over 7 months and then maintaining a 80-90% raw diet for over a year, after being diagnosed with Breast cancer - I can fully vouch for the amazing benefits of yoga, excercise and a healthy diet.

thestatusquo

Anyone have the link to the University of California SF's study?
For whatever reason I can't find it...

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A groundbreaking study suggests that eating a low-fat diet, plus lifestyle changes, can slow or reverse the progression of prostate cancer.

James McAvoy

So, our dear blog reader, it is up to us to spread the news. I don't normally give out homework assignments on here, but make a point to mention this to 5 people today and ask them to share the news with anyone they know that could benefit from the information as well.

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