Ginger reduces prostate tumors by 56%
So far researchers have known that ginger can be used to kill ovarian cancer cells. But recently, research at the University of Michigan also found that ginger is also effective for killing prostate cancer cells. Ginger does not even cause any side effects.
During this time, ginger has indeed been used to treat inflammation and nausea. But research results presented at the American Association for Cancer research show that ginger powder can also be used to treat cancer cells. Cancer cells are known to 'die' immediately after being exposed to a substance in ginger powder.
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HISTORY IN BRIEF
- Ginger is known for its antioxidant content, for stimulating the immune response, for being an anti-inflammatory, for its analgesic properties and for having a long history of medicinal use.
- A recent study shows that ginger has anti-cancer activity, suggesting that it may be useful for treating prostate cancer.
- 100mg of ginger extract for every pound of body weight reduced cancer growth and progression by 56 percent in mice
- Research has also shown that ginger offers great cardiovascular benefits, by preventing atherosclerosis, lowering cholesterol levels and preventing oxidation of LDL cholesterol.
The Ginger has a long history of medicinal use, primarily to relieve nausea, upset stomach and dizziness. But it is also a natural immune system stimulant and has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, courtesy of its bioactive phenolic compounds, which include:
Phenolic antioxidants, which are plant metabolites found throughout the plant kingdom, have been shown to play a very important role against diseases caused by oxidative damage, such as heart disease, stroke, and cancer. . (This is part of why eating vegetables regularly is believed to be so important for the prevention of heart disease and cancer in particular.)
Previous research has also established that ginger has antiproliferative powers, indicating that it may serve as a chemopreventive agent. Now, a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition has shown, apparently for the first time, the in vitro and in vivo activity of ginger against cancer, suggesting that it could be really effective for the treatment of prostate cancer.
How ginger extract fights prostate cancer
The study showed that ginger extract exerts inhibitory effects on growth and induced death in a broad spectrum of human prostate cancer cells. The extract:
- Deteriorates cell cycle progression
- Deteriorates cellular reproductive capacity
- Modulates the cell cycle
- Modulates the molecules that regulate apoptosis (cell death)
- Kills mitochondrial cell-mediated human caspase-induced prostate cancer cells
Other health benefits of ginger
A study in 2010 proved that ginger was found to be an effective pain reliever for exercise pain . In this case, raw ginger was found to be slightly more effective than ginger exposed to heat, reducing pain by 25 percent in 24 hours. More importantly, in the past decade, researchers have discovered that ginger could offer great cardiovascular benefits by:
- Prevention of atherosclerosis
- Decreased cholesterol levels
Prevention of oxidation of low-density lipoproteins (LDL)
The importance of maintaining a healthy prostate
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in American men, affecting one in six men at some point in their lives. It is also the second leading cause of cancer death in men. However serious as it may seem, the 5-year relative survival rate for men with prostate cancer is surprisingly 100 percent and the 10-year relative survival rate is 91 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. The term "relative survival rate" could warrant an explanation.
Despite this, because the prevalence of prostate cancer is very high, it is important that all men keep their prostate healthy, including those men under the age of 60. Because while you may be able to reverse the damage, ideally, you will want to prevent these problems from occurring in the first place.
Men over the age of 70 have a 50/50 chance of developing an enlarged prostate, a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). This disease is not the same as prostate cancer. However, you need to take care of this situation and unfortunately the conventional way to do it includes medications. Some of these drugs can do you more harm than good, and some of them have a warning label saying that if you have benign prostatic hyperplasia, the drug may increase the risk of cancer or may promote a more aggressive form of cancer.
How to maintain optimal prostate function and help prevent prostate cancer
Diet is a factor that can have a major impact on the health of your prostate. You will want to eat as many organic foods (preferably raw) as possible, including fresh herbs and spices like ginger. Be sure to limit your intake of carbohydrates like sugarfructose and grains as much as possible in order to keep your insulin levels optimal, which will help reduce your risk of cancer in general. Charcoal, pasteurized dairy products, and trans fats are associated with an increased risk of cancer and should also be avoided.
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There are also a number of specific nutritional therapies that are particularly beneficial in preventing or treating prostate cancer.
|Include foods that support prostate health in your daily diet - Foods that support prostate health include fruits and vegetables rich in antioxidants, vitamins, carotenoids, and lycopene. A 2009 study found that tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, and green tea are particularly beneficial against prostate cancer.|
|Try saw palmetto (Saw Palmetto) - The medical literature has more than 100 clinical studies on saw palmetto, prostate health, and a lower incidence of prostate cancer. Using saw palmetto before resorting to medications is well worth it, taking into account the warnings that accompany some of these medications.|
|Consider a vitamin K2 supplement - Another nutrient that offers protection against prostate cancer, vitamin K2, has been found. Although I don't usually recommend taking a lot of supplements, vitamin K is one of which you should seriously consider because many people don't get enough of the food they eat on a daily basis.|
|Exercise Your Body and Prostate - Having an exercise regimen is essential to overall health and is now becoming more accepted as a cornerstone of cancer prevention and treatment. Having regular sex, which specifically exercises the prostate, is also very important.|
Check Your Testosterone Levels - Contrary to popular belief, restoring testosterone levels in older men doesn't seem to promote prostate cancer - quite the contrary.
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So to conclude, prostate cancer is a disease that can be managed ... if you make the appropriate modifications in your lifestyle. Ideally, you will want to pay special attention to your prostate health early, avoiding having to wait until you are 60 years old. Incorporating the above recommendations into your lifestyle can help prevent prostate problems from developing.
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