What is PSA and what’s the Significance?
PSA stands for prostate-specific antigen and is a protein produced by the prostate gland. There is no specific normal or abnormal level of PSA in the blood, and levels may vary over time in the same man. In the past, most doctors considered PSA levels of 4.0 ng/mL and lower as normal. Read HERE for more details.
Significant Controversy on the Benefits of Testing
In an article from the University of Chicago of Medicine, Screening for prostate cancer: Are PSA blood tests reliable?, there are serious questions about the benefits of the test due to the false positives and all of the questionable medical procedures like radiation and surgical removal of the prostate.
Men Over 50 Beware
Men, beware of prostate cancer since it’s the number one cancer for men over 50 years of age. Risk factors include men with a family history of prostate cancer have a higher risk of disease, medical history of prostate or urinary tract problems, and any man over 50 years old. When your routine blood tests turn up a high PSA level, then see your doctor for their recommendations or call me to take the action I am taking.
Your Best Offense is a Great Defense
Since cancer cannot overtake a healthy body, the goal should be to create a healthy body in every possible way. A 60-day cleanse can be a great start and I have many other ideas since wellness is my specialty. Let’s start a cleanse and build your great defense.
Tell me more about the featured meal today?
Bread on the 60-day program is usually off-limits, but there are some exceptions. I saved the label so I can share with you what is possible for a bread compared with the commercial offering. Almost all commercial breads contain refined grains, oils, preservatives, GMOs, and other undesirable ingredients. In this meal, I toasted up two slices and chopped it up to place in an organic red leaf salad, along with organic avocado, organic raw pistachios, home-made pesto (pine nuts, walnuts, and fresh basil), organic dried tomatoes, and organic garlic hummus. Wow…. delicious!
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