SLAY Prostate Cancer with the Gladiator Treatment
Prostate cancer is something every man fears… and who could blame you?
A recent report says that cases of advanced prostate cancer have increased by a whopping 72 percent in the last decade… it’s just getting more aggressive.
Even worse? The mainstream’s “cures” do NOTHING for your health… and they can even leave you incontinent, in pain, and totally inept in the bedroom.
That’s why it’s time to take treatment into your own hands.
And now you can…
Research shows there’s a powerful gladiator treatment that can help you slay prostate cancer starting today.
Here’s everything you need to know.
In the ancient world, the gladiators were the most elite—and terrifying—soldiers. And for good reason: they conquered everything in their path with their strength and smarts.
And now you can use the same tools to defeat prostate cancer.
The secret? The Mediterranean diet.
People in the Mediterranean have eaten a diet high in proteins and low in carbs for centuries. Today they choose fish and chicken, plenty of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and small amounts of eggs, cheese, and yogurt.
But most importantly, their diet is low in added sugars, processed meats, refined grains, and refined oils.
Researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have found that eating a Mediterranean diet can reduce many chronic diseases… AND it has the potential to prevent and slow the progression of cancer.
The study followed 410 men who already had prostate cancer and found that men who followed the diet had a 10 percent lower risk of cancer progression (getting worse).
And not only that, the people following the Mediterranean diet lived longer, healthier lives.
Other studies have also shown that the Mediterranean diet is good for heart disease, diabetes, and overall longevity as well.
And if you want to ensure a healthier future, follow these tips as well.
Dr. Scott’s Longevity Plan:
- Eat well. This means making sure you are getting enough nutrients from the food that you eat. Typically, people don’t eat enough vegetables. Avoid processed foods, too much sugar, and too much alcohol.
- Exercise. Most of us would agree that it’s hard to set aside enough time to exercise, but we feel great when we do exercise. Remember that “I feel great” feeling and get your butt out the door as often as possible. Try walking, swimming, bicycling, or playing a sport like golf.
- Fill in the Gaps. You’re never going to get the nutrients you need from the food you’re eating— at least not in our modern world. You need to fill in those nutritional gaps by supplementing to make sure your body has what it needs to thrive.
- Sleep and Stress. Two things will destroy your body quicker than anything else: lack of sleep and too much stress. There are great natural products like melatonin or L-theanine that can help you reduce stress and sleep through the night.
- Connect. Find a way to connect to others through church, social events, and volunteer programs. More social people have a positive attitude and live longer.
P.S. Believe it or not, the Mediterranean diet can do even MORE for your health. Read here about how it can improve this disease plaguing seniors.
Written By Dr. Scott Olson
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, We’ve all heard the ad “milk does a body good.” Over and over the mainstream preaches that milk—specifically, calcium—is the only way to build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis. Well here’s the truth… Calcium is one of the best-selling supplements, yet Americans still have some of the WEAKEST bones. And...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, If you’re like most seniors I treat, you will do just about anything to be healthy and happy. And that’s why so many of my patients go to extremes to be at their peak, especially when it comes to preserving their memory and living long, fruitful lives. They never stop...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, The pandemic has taught us quite a few lessons. Patience… staying close with family… and how to take preventative steps to stay healthy. While it may be easy to get quarantine fatigue, it’s important to stay the course—the end is in sight! One very important way to do that is...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, As you age, there are a few things at the forefront of your mind. Having enough money in your 401(k), spending time with your grandkids, and staying sharp and healthy. And one of the biggest things you can do to maintain your independence and your health is to keep your...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, There’s not a doubt your mainstream doc has a thing or two to say about fat. Mostly that you should AVOID it… and that having too much of it on your body will kill you. Now, there are some health risks he’s right to be worried about… But according to...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Getting through the cold winter months happy and well usually boils down to two things: eating comforting meals and keeping your immune system strong. Whether it’s nourishing chicken soup or a healthy casserole, hearty meals keep our bodies healthy. At least, that’s what we used to think. A new study...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Reading to your grandchildren is just about as good as it can get. And if you are lucky enough to get to often, you’ve probably read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. The moral of the story: things that seem simple can get out of control quickly. And nothing...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Living with an autoimmune disease like arthritis or psoriasis is not only painful, it’s downright bizarre. It’s almost like you have two warring armies battling it out in your body. One is on high alert and wants to protect you from disease, and the other wants to do as much...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, If you’re diabetic, I bet you’ve become a very cautious person. There are so many risks to your health besides the disease itself: amputations, blindness, kidney disease, and more. Unfortunately, now you have something ELSE to worry about. You see, many diabetes patients are put on a regimen of drugs…...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in America. It kills almost 50,000 Americans every year… and like many cancers, its death rate is increasing. And unfortunately, the go-to is still the mainstream “big 3”—chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. But with their high cost, miserable side effects, and...