Natural Prostate Healers

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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One out of every five men in America suffers from prostate problems. Ignoring the symptoms can have dire consequences -- including death. In fact, prostate cancer now ranks second only to bang cancer as a cause of death among men nationwide. With a positive outlook and proactive strategies, acclaimed science writer Michael Fillon points men in the right direction for optimum prostate health and ongoing sexual fitness -- without surgery or drugs.

With this cutting-edge resource, men will learn to recognize the early symptoms of prostate disease -- and take concrete steps to combat each specific type. Chapters cover the amazing powers of cancer-crushing nutrients, including zinc, vitamin E, and bee pollen; the many benefits of a diet rich in soy and fiber-dense fruits and vegetables, including cooked tomatoes (yes, pizza counts!) -- plus 101 no-fuss, prostate-healthy recipes; and the vital role of exercise, backed by sample stress reducing moves. Throughout, quick quizzes and handy checklists help men keep on top of their health and progress.

Complete with authoritative answers to men's most frequently asked questions about prostate problems, Natural Prostate Healers offers practical, natural alternatives to conventional medicine and the additional benefit -- men will reclaim their sexuality and self-confidence while dramatically reducing their risk of prostate cancer.

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
You Can Protect Your Prostate
7
How to Tell if You Have Prostatitis
15
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About the author (1999)

Mike Fillon has written hundreds of consumer-oriented news and feature stories for WebMD, CBS HealthWatch, MSNBC, and the Reader's Digest Web sites. He is the author of REAL RDAs FOR REAL PEOPLE and EPHEDRA FACT & FICTION. Mr. Fillon lives in Atlanta with his wife, Sue, their children Sarah, Emilie and Evan, and a golden retriever named Sandy Koufax.

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