The BIG Cancer Mistake Guys Make
Every day, 500 men in America ask themselves the same question.
Maybe you’ve had to ask it yourself.
What should I do now that I have prostate cancer?
That’s a tough question to answer when you are sitting in your doctor’s office, with your head swimming.
Most mainstream docs will try to tell you that surgery and radiation are the only surefire ways to deal with your cancer.
But, trust me – there’s plenty they’re NOT telling you.
A recent long-term study tried to get to the bottom of what happens to guys who get aggressive treatment for prostate cancer.
Their results paint a very different story – and they could keep you from making the worst cancer decision of your life.
Most men had no idea that urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction are very common following prostate surgery or radiation.
It’s absolutely DISGUSTING that men are being forced into these treatments without fully understanding the very common risks.
When asked how they felt about their surgery, most men said that they wouldn’t do it again.
But why should we care that men spill a little pee and can’t get an erection? They are alive, aren’t they?
First of all, not getting an erection and wearing diapers is a big deal to any grown man.
Secondly, prostate cancer is often a slow-moving cancer that can be watched to see what happens.
Thirdly, there is a lot you can do to fight prostate cancer with natural medicine – no surgery or radiation required.
So, how do you decide?
Dr. Scott’s Prostate Cancer Decision Formula:
Consider avoiding surgery if you:
- Are older: Most prostate cancer is slow-growing. Research has shown that chances are something else will kill you before prostate cancer.
- Have other serious medical conditions: If you have serious heart disease, kidney disease, other cancer, or any other significant disease.
- You have no symptoms: This makes you a good candidate to “watch and wait.”
- Type of cancer: If the cancer is a mild and local.
Fight prostate cancer with:
- Turmeric is an herb that becomes a powerful anti-cancer agent when concentrated, as it is in supplements.
- Medical mushrooms such as reishi, Coriolus versicolor, maitake and others give your immune system the boost it needs to fight cancer.
- Fish oil will help drop inflammation throughout the body.
Prostate cancer is one of those cancers that often benefits from watchful waiting.
When you combine that with the horrible side-effects of mainstream treatment, your best option may be to wait and get support from good natural medicine.
Health and Happiness,
Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Written By Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Nearly 25 years ago, failed mainstream medical treatments left Dr. Olson in constant pain – and his health in ruins. And that’s when he did something REVOLUTIONARY. He began his career in medicine – and dedicated his life to uncovering the true, underlying causes of disease.
Through his innovative medical practices in Tennessee and Colorado, Dr. Olson has helped cure countless seniors from across America of arthritis… heart disease… diabetes… and even cancer. All without risky prescription drugs or painful surgeries.
View More Free Articles
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, There are a lot of reasons to hate belly fat. Researchers call this type of fat “visceral fat,” and it’s been linked to metabolic diseases and increased risk for heart disease and type 2 diabetes. In women, visceral fat is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer and gallbladder...
I was recently diagnosed with A-fib, and I was hoping you could suggest some natural ways to deal with it. –Lawanda from Milwaukee, WI Lawanda, As I’m sure your doctor probably explained, A-fib (atrial fibrillation) is a heart condition where the atria (upper part of the heart) beats irregularly. This irregular rhythm can cause a...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Most people think vitamin D is, understandably, just one vitamin. But many vitamins have different forms or types… and vitamin D is no exception. Vitamin D is categorized in two types: vitamin D2 and vitamin D3. And the difference between the two is crucial. In fact, one helps your immune...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, My readers are smart people. If I were to ask you what to do to keep your heart healthy, I’m betting you could list a ton of nutrients. The same is true if I ask about bone health. You know what you need to do. (And why it probably won’t...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, When it comes to natural health, there are new advancements every day. If you’re a frequent reader of mine, you’re probably well-versed on natural compounds… You may even supplement with a few already! But there’s an entire group of compounds that few know about – phytonutrients. Phytonutrients include carotenoids such...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Growing up, my mother practically pulled her hair out trying to get me to listen to her advice. Here’s the thing: I can’t think of a single time when my mother gave me advice that was wrong. And now her advice has been proven yet again, this time about breakfast....
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, There’s nothing like a good night’s sleep. There’s a lot riding on your sleep—including your overall health. Poor sleep can lead to a number of problems, like weight gain and even lung disease. And now your odds of getting a good night’s sleep have just gotten worse. Researchers have found...
I had surgery on my prostate for BPH several years ago, and it’s affected my love life. I’ve heard about nitric oxide levels causing this problem—is this true? –Robert from Dallas, TX Robert, The answer to your question is a little difficult to answer. Sadly, your symptoms are NOT unique: many men find they have...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, It seems like every time you turn on the news, Big Pharma’s drugs are causing MORE problems than they “fix.” Whether it’s addictive painkillers or (yet again!) another drug recall, it’s clear that Big Pharma doesn’t care… and neither does the FDA. It almost seems as though the drug companies...
Dear Living Well Daily Readers, Severe tiredness and exhaustion go hand in hand with cancer, and it’s horrible. The worse the cancer and more extensive the treatment, the worse the fatigue. Ask any mainstream doctor about relief from fatigue and they will say something like, “unfortunately, good pharmacological treatment options are limited.” Which means: the...