Emsmith;32818 wrote: I rechecked mine this year a few months after being on the diet and my levels fell by half!! I have a family hx of ovarian cancer and whether the diet has helped lower this or not I’m not certain but happy with the result.
I remember reading one specific study on men who were experiencing a rising number of their prostate-specific antigens (PSA). During the study, part of the men were put on a “healthy” diet with a plentiful amount of vegetables and a limited amount of meats containing saturated fats and other toxins (sound familiar?). The remaining men were to follow their original, normal diet. Following a period of time, the men were all tested again, the outcome was; 44% of those who were put on the healthy diet experienced a rise in their PSA. However, 71% of those on a regular diet experienced a rise in their PSA. Obviously, a longer period of time would allow for a larger difference in the numbers. It’s long been known that diet plays a huge part in almost every ailment known to man; cancer is of course no exception.
Thanks for the information.