Discover a natural way to avoid prostate cancer

Sunday 10th  March 2013 

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Happy Mother's Day to all those much cherished and truly undervalued women out there.

I hope you are all looking forward to being pampered and treated like royalty on this special day, I know that you deserve it.

But please forgive me for switching attention in my letter today to the grumpier, smellier and more belligerent sex – that's right, the men!

Perhaps one of the most requested of my free reports concerns an odd little male organ called the prostate.

It’s one of those things that doctors take no interest in until you’re over 50, then it becomes their prime focus – like blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

I imagine that you will have heard of the prostate before, but chances are you might need to know more – if so please click here to read the free report

All of us chaps (and those who look after us) ought to be as knowledgeable about our prostates as we can be because the latest data from Cancer Research UK makes for scary reading.

Their figures show that prostate cancer accounts for 25% of all newly diagnosed neoplasms in males in the UK.

That adds up to very nearly 41,000 cases in the United Kingdom in 2010 when the statistics were drawn from.

The story gets no better for the future either as the charity says that children born today will have three times greater risk of developing the cancer in their lifetimes – that’s our children and grandchildren we are talking about here.

Like I said, that makes things more than a little scary.

My editor always squirms whenever I mention cancer as she feels this is often used by less virtuous organisations than the Good Life Letter to create hype around their products.

Well I can absolutely promise you that I do not, and never will, make light of this terrible condition and, more importantly, if I offer advice or link certain products to reducing the risks or alleviating the symptoms I do so backed by as much real research as I can.

This fact alone means that when one of my suppliers was keen for me to talk about how their product could help reduce the incidence of prostate cancer, I made absolutely sure that they were supported by powerful scientific data and trials.

As it turns out they are right to believe that they are onto something – and my editor can sleep easily in her bed as a result.

Perhaps you can too – click here to discover the product which can do so much to reduce the risk of developing this common cancer

The amazing facts about tomatoes and prostate cancer

The product I’m referring to is called Lycoplus Extra which is rich in a powerful anti-oxidant called lycopene – something which is found in abundance in tomatoes.

I’ve mentioned before how this compound is activated by being cooked, and also why it is now thought to be the reason why the Mediterranean diet is so good for us (along with olive oil, garlic and oily fish).

Well, I can now open the door to a wealth of research that proves that it has a major impact on decreasing the risk and development of prostate cancer.

In a 1999 Harvard Medical School trial(1) the research team identified that of several naturally occurring anti-oxidants, only lycopene consistently lowered the risk of neoplasms of the prostate developing.

They concluded that;

“These data[sic] provide further evidence that increased consumption of tomato products and other lycopene-containing foods might reduce the occurrence or progression of prostate cancer.”

A more recent study published in 2005(2) identified that the particular cells that are responsible for forming prostate cancer are directly inhibited by the actions of lycopene.

These are known as androgen independent cells, and it seems that the way lycopene works is to actively target these cells which therefore helps to explain why this extract of tomato is so potent in controlling the development of rogue growths.

In all I found at least twenty powerful studies which fully support the way that tomatoes, and specifically the active compound within them, can stop prostate cancer from developing.

If you would like to find out more click here

Back to those special ladies though...

Just to wrap this story up today, of all days, I have also discovered that there is a similar amount of research which shows that lycopene is also highly effective at controlling breast cancer as well.

Now none of us want to spoil Mother's Day by thinking of such things, but this simple, natural and wholesome supplement might be a saving grace for Mums... and Dads everywhere.

Today when my folks arrive I intend to give them a really big hug, plenty of rich tomato soup to start with... and I’m going to slip a couple of packs of Lycoplus Extra into their pockets before they leave.

That’s how convinced I am – but I leave it to you to have a look at the available data and discussions to make up your own mind.

I make no apologies for raising the ugly spectre of cancer, it is a fact that all of us will know someone who has suffered or is suffering from the condition, and as we age the chances of that rise.

The information I have found out has helped me understand that there are many things I can do to help myself and those around me.

When I’m faced by the naked statistics that show one in every ten people will contract cancer, I feel entirely justified in making an attempt to do what I can.

I hope you agree.


Yours, as always


(1) Gann, Peter H., et al. "Lower Prostate Cancer Risk in Men with Elevated Plasma Lycopene Levels Results of a Prospective Analysis." Cancer research 59.6 (1999): 1225-1230.
(2) Tang, Lili, et al. "Lycopene inhibits the growth of human androgen-independent prostate cancer cells in vitro and in BALB/c nude mice." The Journal of nutrition 135.2 (2005): 287-290.






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