Prostate as you Turn 40

Simple Tips for Dealing with Prostate as you Turn 40 Years

Is no longer news that men suffer a lot of health related issues as they grow older and one of the most common issues for men who turn 40 years is large prostate, prostate cancer, and urinary related issue just to mention a few.
This post will help you discover a natural but effective way of handling your prostate pains and related issues before it gets out of hand.

Note: This post doesn’t serve as a professional medical guide, an alternative to your medical guides or any other medical consultation material.

What Does Statistics say about men and prostate cancer?

A source from WebMD Medical Reference dated November 14, 2017, has this to say
“All men are at risk for developing prostate cancer. About 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, but only 1 man in 39 will die of this disease. About 80 percent of men who reach age 80 have prostate cancer cells in their prostate”

From the quoted text above, you will realize that lot of men are bound to suffer this treatable but deadly disease which is why I am sharing this little information which I got from a seminar on this subject.

Prostate as you Turn 40 years

A lot of factors come into consideration while considering possible causes of both prostate enlargement and prostate cancer and some of them include; diet, age, race etc.
Consumption of more fatty food and fewer fruits and vegetable have been found to be a contributing factor and men between the ages of 40 and above has a high chance of being diagnosed of this illness especially African-Americans.

What can be down to remedy the situation?

The solution is all around you and very easy to find all you need is to get the root of plantain, wash it properly, blend it to extract the juice and add a little horny to it if you can’t take it without a sweetener. This will help you remedy the situation and keep you up on your feet.
You can take a glass daily for a week/two to stay strong and avoid prostate cancer and other prostate related decease.

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