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‘Tomato attack’ FORCES prostate cancer to RETREAT

If you’ve ever experienced prostate woes, you know how they can take the spark out of your love life.

But if you let conventional medicine have at your prostate… especially if you’re facing a prostate cancer diagnosis…

You can say “goodbye” to the sex life you once had

And say “hello” to the bedroom blues!

Because the mainstream will insist on ZAPPING your most sensitive manly parts… and maybe even HACKING into them

But radiation and surgery could leave you possibly DISFIGURED… and your “mojo” DISABLED!

And if you’re a guy over 50… when your prostate risk starts to rise… you’re too young to lose control over what happens to your manhood.

Fortunately, you don’t have to GIVE IN to those pressure tactics.

There are non-invasive ways to support prostate health… and even help beat back prostate cancer.

The one I’m about to share with you today isn’t a drug

And it won’t cause embarrassing moments with your spouse… or pee problems in the middle of the night.

It may even be hiding in your pantry… right now! You’ve just got to use it in EXACTLY the right way.

A red letter day for your prostate

There’s a plant pigment (a.k.a. carotenoid) that gives tomatoes their bright red color… and gets its name from the science community’s Latin word for tomatoes, Lycopersicum.

It’s called lycopene – and it isn’t just one of the most cardioprotective nutrients out there.

This red-hued substance is also a prostate health hero!

In fact, of all the places that lycopene can be found in the human body… it accumulates MOST in the prostate gland.

And if you’re worried about your own prostate health… or the prostate of someone you love… this is one nutrient you’ll want to get to know.

There’s just one problem…

Mention it to your conventional doc, and he’ll tell you it’s “unproven”… or, worse yet, DISPROVEN.

But the facts speak for themselves!

Low levels of lycopene are more prominent in prostate cancer patients than in guys WITHOUT prostate cancer!

This isn’t just a coincidence… or a vague link… because lycopene has been shown to…

  • PREVENT cancer development
  • SUPPRESS disease progression, including spread (a.k.a. metastasis)
  • SHRINK tumor volume, and
  • PROTECT against radiation-induced inflammation, which BOOSTS its effectiveness.

In fact, researchers believe that at the core of lycopene’s anti-cancer activity is its anti-inflammatory action.

Combine that with its role as an antioxidant… which helps it NEUTRALIZE free radicals and beat back oxidative stress…

And you’ve got a nutrient that creates a practically airtight seal to protect your DNA from genetic changes that can lead to cancer (a.k.a. mutagenesis).

But that’s not all…

Because lycopene has also shown to SLAM THE BRAKES on cancer cells’ growth cycle (a.k.a. cell cycle arrest)… and even FORCE cancer cells to “off” themselves (a.k.a. apoptosis).

Here’s what you really care about – whether lycopene can STOP prostate cancer from KILLING you.

After all, prostate cancer is a leading cause of cancer death among guys.

Well, the good news is that an animal study out of China published last year found that lycopene significantly IMPROVED the subjects’ chances for survival.

Better yet, consuming moderate amounts of lycopene has been associated with ZERO side effects in healthy people.

The easiest and most efficient way to get lycopene in a form your body can absorb is by taking a supplement… ideally extracted from non-GMO tomatoes.

Lycopene doesn’t dissolve in water… so most standardized tomato extracts come encapsulated in some kind of oil or lipid solution.

Look for a soy-free formulation made with oils from alternative sources, like rice bran.

Now, you may be wondering if you can just boost the tomato content of your diet…

And one Harvard study of nearly 50,000 men did find that consuming foods high in lycopene to be associated with a REDUCED risk of prostate cancer.

Even better, the association was STRONGEST in cases of potentially LETHAL prostate cancer.

Just keep in mind that the most lycopene in found in red tomatoes (not yellow or green)…

And that crushing and heating them boosts the lycopene content your body can readily use — by as much as 4X!

That’s why so many studies look at processed tomato products like paste, sauce, and ketchup. But those items can be PACKED with preservatives and other additives… and be packaged in TOXIC plastic containers!

Your other food options are red peppers (again, cooked, ideally in a healthy oil) and watermelon.

But to avoid any confusion… and to GUARANTEE quality… choose a supplement from a maker you trust.

To keeping cancer from becoming a killer,

Melissa Young

P.S. Want to learn more about an OVERLOOKED heart hero that’s also a good source of lycopene? Just click right here.

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