Prostate Cancer Prevention Diet Book: What to Eat to Prevent and Heal Prostate Cancer Paperback – 13 Oct 2013
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About the Author
Ronald M. Bazar, a Harvard MBA, walked away from emergency prostate surgery twice to use natural methods to heal his prostate instead. A decade of research and tens of thousands of dollars of self-experimentation have made him an expert in prostate health.
He has published several books on prostate health including the groundbreaking book Healthy Prostate: The Extensive Guide to Prevent and Heal Prostate Problems.
His 40 years as a natural foods and health insider has provided him with a unique perspective and a road-map to healthy eating not found anywhere else.
He is a firm believer that everyone is unique and, as such, no one diet is perfect for everyone, which virtually all other diet gurus preach—even those who talk about different "body types."
His approach will educate and inspire you. The foundation of his books is that “food is your medicine” and, when chosen carefully, can prevent the wise eater from having to take “prescribed toxic medicine with side effects.”
Ron now lives a fulfilling life as a writer, hobby artisan and regular Ultimate Frisbee player on a remote island in British Columbia, Canada, healthier than he has ever been!
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I started following this author and his tips for a healthier life. The prevention of prostate cancer caught my eye as I have 2 cases in my family already and I might have a predisposition for this condition...
but moving toward cleaner foods and more plant based food and less animal fats, is a good idea. Actually I like the direction of Mr. Bazar's book. It moves toward cleaner safer foods.
Unfortunately no one seems to know what causes prostate cancer and indications that it is genetic. But, eating cleaner foods can't hurt,
and is probably helpful in the long run.
Bazar is clear, definitive and detailed in his recommendations of just what to do ON YOUR OWN. He shows a sensitivity toward those of us who are more into our eating preferences derived over time, and makes reasonable suggestions to advance toward healthy eating for all comers.
Should I have reservations about his approach their are twofold: 1. I just do not agree that we should reject medical advice - we should rather learn about our options, clearly understand who we are physically and mentally, and then take charge of our health unswerved by some of the 'used car' mentality of medical practitioners. 2. I am uncertain about some of the nutritional recommendations of Bazar, seems that they are somewhat dated. I have with my illness, and I am completely in Bazar's camp on the importance of deriving you own nutritional therapy before and during your trauma, found that new nutritional research arrives almost monthly. It is for us who are concerned about prostate cancer, whether or not we have been diagnosed, to take charge.
Bazar's book is a wonderul complement to an array of nutritional guides already existing - do buy it!
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