The health of prostate tissue is dependent on several elements. First, the prostate is supposed to have the highest concentration of zinc of any other area of the body. It’s literally a zinc magnet. A deficiency of this mineral alters the DNA response in prostatic cells.
Zinc is markedly decreased wherever there is cancer development. Zinc maintains the DNA integrity of the prostate gland. If the integrity of the prostate is maintained, it won’t leak nuclear material into the blood stream. The dumping of antigenic material into the general circulation initiates antibody production.
Prostate enlargement is NOT a normal process of growing old. The statement that “if a man lives long enough, he will have prostate issues” is a fallacy and only shows up if the organ is not properly nourished.
The “Harvard Men’s Health Watch” March 2006 has this article: Zinc and the Prostate
“Zinc is present in all the body’s organs and fluids, but the prostate has a higher concentration than any other tissue except bone. Scientists don’t know why it has so much zinc. Among other functions, though, the metal has a role in regulating the balance between testosterone and dihydrotestosterone, the two male hormones that stimulate the growth of prostate cells, both benign and malignant, although, normal prostate tissue has lots, cancerous tissue has much less.” Sounds like higher zinc levels is a recipe for avoiding cancer.
To amplify the importance of zinc for transmission of genetic determinants, here’s a clip from “The Physiology of Heredity” Dr Royal Lee 1959 In his book “From Soil To Supplement”; Example of deficiency
“It seems unquestionable that these reactions are due to simple lack of essential, structural components. Zinc for instance is necessary to plant growth, although in infinitesimally small amounts. Zinc deficiency in plants is evidenced by deformed leaf shapes, showing the probability that it is instrumental in the transmission of genetic determinants. A ten thousandth of a milligram is enough to prevent tomato plants from showing deficiency signs. Driving a zinc coated iron nail into an orange tree has cured zinc deficiency reactions. There is the true story of the discouraged orange grower in Florida, who, in depression days, nailed a “For Sale” sign on every fifth tree along the highway, trying to sell his orange grove that had become a failure by reason of worn out soil. The next season every tree that had had the “For Sale” sign had good fruit on it, while the others were still barren.”
The use of Vitamin F in the treatment of prostatic hypertrophy, as studied by the Journal of Urology 2006, yielded some excellent results. Better than any pharmaceutical drug you can buy.
• All cases showed a diminution of residual urine; in 12 of the 19 cases there was no residual urine at the end of the treatment.
• Nocturia (nightly urination) was eliminated in 13 of the 19 cases showing this symptom.
• A decrease of fatigue and leg pains and an increase in sexual libido was noted in all patients.
• Cystitis cleared up in relation to the decrease in residual urine.
• Dribbling was eliminated in 18 of the 19 cases.
• Force of stream was increased.
• In all cases the size of the prostate was rapidly reduced. Confirmation was by palpation.
“The action of vitamin F administrations decreased blood calcium, raised blood phosphorus, and markedly raised blood iodine in all cases.” This is a must in prostate maintenance and cure.