No, your medical doctor is not kidding, these are your choices if you opt for prostate removal surgery, best-case scenario: two out of three. Here is the kicker though, prostate removal is unnecessary. In fact it does not matter if you are suffering from prostate disease or cancer, both of these conditions can be reversed without drugs and without a scalpel.
To be perfectly clear, you can be free of the complications of enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hypertrophy), or prostate cells that have had to revert to fermentation for fuel instead of oxygen (cancer) without going under the knife, losing your sex life, or peeing your pants.
According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), it is considered “common for the prostate gland to become enlarged as a man ages”. According to the American Cancer Foundation, the most common type of cancer found in men, other than skin cancer is that of the prostate. It is also the second leading cause of cancer death in men, behind lung cancer. “One man in six will get prostate cancer during his lifetime”. Instead of wondering if you should have surgery or not, you should be asking yourself why is this happening? This is extremely important because, if you understand the mechanisms for prostate imbalance, then you can address the root-causes.
Having prostrate removal surgery is an attempt at addressing the symptoms but it does nothing to address the reasons for the prostate issue in the first place, or stop it from occurring again. Dr. Jonn Matsen, ND is very clear about the reasons behind prostate enlargement and also why men get prostate cancer. He has written books that show in detail the mechanisms behind it, and he has lectured extensively on the subject. Even more important, Dr Matsen has helped his patients completely recover from prostate disease and cancer, without drugs or surgery. The late Andreas Mortitz, a world-renowned medical intuitive, healer and author was also exceptionally outspoken on the subject and had supported men all over the world, who followed his directions, and avoided prostate surgery.
Enlarged prostate and/or prostate cancer starts with toxins that pollute, damage, and/or create imbalance to important systems in the body and especially to the function of the liver. Toxins can come from food digestion, the environment, and emotional imbalance. Strong negative emotions such as anger, depression and regret have a cell dampening affect which impairs fluids into the cell (nutrients and oxygen) as well as waste out (waste is acidic). Nutritional deficiencies can also lead to liver issues. Once the liver is disregulated it can set-up a chain reaction leading to peroxide damage, heavy metal build-up, improper hormone management, fungus infection, chronic inflammation and/or autoimmunity, BPH and cancer.
If the liver is congested or does not get important building materials, especially, sulfur, and minerals, it can result in highly toxic lipid peroxides damaging the liver and other systems and organs. This can impair proper hormone production and elimination of toxins including heavy metals. When a man’s hormones are out of balance and/or change at mid-life it can lead to increased levels of estrogen. This in turn can lead to increased levels of estradiol, which can cause prostate cells to grow and multiply. Pesticides, herbicides, and other environmental pollutants mimic estrogen in the body.
We are exposed to synthetic estrogen and heavy metal toxins every day. We all take in these pollutants by simply living our lives: eating, drinking, breathing, brushing our teeth, showering, cleaning, using makeup, driving, smoking, taking medications, getting vaccination shots, and chewing food with dental amalgams in our teeth. When the liver is congested or compromised by high toxic load and cannot keep-up, the result is a net accumulation of estrogen and heavy metals and the damage that they can do to the body. Symptoms from chronic exposure to large amounts of heavy metals are similar to symptoms of other health conditions and often develop slowly over months or even years. Once the liver is overburdened and is not able to take care of peroxides or heavy metals, it does not take long to experience chronic inflammation and autoimmunity and this includes cancer.
In addition to toxins, peroxides, heavy metals and estrogen imbalance that can adversely affect the prostate, a strong form of testosterone can also be a contributing factor. If the liver is sluggish and/or congested (due to strong emotions and/or toxic waste) , it will have a difficult time breaking down dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This is a very strong form of testosterone, that the liver needs to breakdown into a milder form or it will irritate the prostate gland. This will cause the prostate to swell and pinch off urine flow.
In 1931, Dr. Otto Warburg received the Nobel Prize for, in part, discovering that if you deprive a cell 35% of its oxygen for 48 hours that it would become cancerous (reverts to fermentation for fuel). So, what impairs normal aerobic cellular respiration? You guessed it… strong emotions that have not been dealt with, toxins that have not been removed from body tissues and peroxide damage from a liver that is congested or lacking proper nutrients. So, why is it normal for the prostate to enlarge as we age and, why do so many men get prostate cancer? The answer is quite simple actually. Toxins including normal cellular waste, heavy metals and peroxides adversely affect all organs, but the prostate is more noticeable because you end-up with urination and/or sexual function issues. In particular, metals like mercury, which are heavy, tend to deposit at the lower body cavities. The prostate gland is at the bottom of the pelvic cavity and is a favorite site for mercury. When it starts to accumulate in the prostate it can wreak havoc. Next anaerobic fungus like candida albicans, which metabolize mercury, now colonize the prostate. This of course does not help normal prostate size or function, and least of all it does not help the prostate access or use oxygen properly.
So, what is a man to do? Well, the choice is yours of course, but hey; if you like your prostate, why not keep it. Seriously. Simply change your diet, take a few key supplements, reduce your toxic load, clean up your liver and kidneys, and watch as you regain proper function of not just your prostate and urinary track, but all your organs and systems.
Patrick Coady is a wellness consultant and outspoken advocate for holistic health. He lectures on health and wellness and works with his partner, Silvana Spanò, at the Cuenca Holistic Wellness Center in Cuenca Ecuador.