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Prostate Cancer Laser Treatment 'Truly Transformative'?

The allopathic medical industry continues to wrestle with prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. In the U.S., about 221,800 men get diagnosed every year, yet only about 27,500 die each year from the disease. Unfortunately, the conventional treatment for prostate cancer leaves much to be desired.

The BBC recently wrote a feature on another technological innovation that they opine is destined to transform prostate cancer treatment. What the BBC fails to address are less invasive alternative measures and treating the underlying causes to avoid this cancer in the first place.

One obvious recommendation should be to optimize your vitamin D levels and test for insulin resistance. The latter may benefit from intermittent fasting.

We live in a world awash in toxins. Reducing your toxic burden is an important step toward taking control of your health. These toxins are not limited to heavy metals, GMOs and poisons such as glyphosate. Many men have calcification in the prostate that needs to be eliminated. Strategies for decalcifying the prostate often involve vitamin K2.

A saliva panel can be used to check hormone levels. Testosterone may be suggested if your testosterone levels are low or your estrogen levels are excessive. I have embraced high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and my testosterone levels are still well within the normal range for a young adult male without the use of any prescriptions.

Another important step is to address emotional traumas. One empowering tool is the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). This non-invasive and simple-to-learn tapping technique can help you release emotions locked in your body — even if you're not clear on the origin of the trauma.
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