Morning Drink ENDS Fatal Prostate Cancer
Men, there’s something you should know: bigger is NOT always better—especially when it comes to your prostate.
An enlarged prostate can make your life miserable—giving you problems like urgency, frequency, weak flow, and even painful ejaculation.
But an enlarged prostate caused by cancer is even worse.
Nearly 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year, in fact it’s the second leading cause of cancer death in men.
But whether or not you develop cancer is not a toss of the coin.
There are easy, actionable steps you can take to reduce your risk of prostate cancer… in some cases as much as 16 percent.
And according to a recent study, one of those is consuming more of a morning drink I’ve been promoting for years.
I love my coffee. In fact, I’m drinking my first cup right now.
Coffee gives you energy, helps you burn fat, and can even lower your risk of type 2 diabetes and dementia.
Talk about a health elixir!
But it turns out coffee also offers critical protection for your prostate…
In a study published in BMJ Open, researchers analyzed 16 studies including over one million men. Compared to those who drank the least coffee, those who drank the most had a…
- 7 percent reduced risk of localized prostate cancer, a
- 12 percent reduced risk of advanced prostate cancer, and a
- 16 percent reduced risk of fatal prostate cancer.
The studies varied in how they defined “high” coffee consumption. They ranged from two to nine cups for the highest amount, and zero to one cup for the lowest.
Additionally, they determined that each cup of coffee was associated with a 1 percent reduced prostate cancer risk.
So the more you drink, the better.
It makes sense that coffee would be so beneficial. Studies have shown that it improves glucose metabolism, decreases plasma insulin, and helps combat inflammation and oxidative stress.
These are critical mechanisms of action that can help stop the initiation, development, and growth of prostate cancer.
And they all come from drinking a few cups of coffee.
(Just make sure you don’t ruin it with gobs of sugar and sugar-laden creamers.)
P.S. Coffee is loaded with all kinds of health-boosting properties. But in order to reap the full benefits, you may need to make this to get the full details.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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