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cell oxygenation and benign prostatic hypertrophy
Posted by: Clayton
Date: August 26, 2002 1:31 PM

What's with cell oxygenation supplements? Do you recommend the concept. If so, what product would you recommend?

Also, I'm 49 and have lived with a benign prostatic hypertrophy. for years. What is the naturopathic treatment for this?

RE: cell oxygenation and benign prostatic hypertrophy
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: August 29, 2002 12:44 PM

If oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is depressed, the solution is to restore alkalinity to the body. This is achieved through dietary and lifestyle changes. IV hydrogen peroxide has a very potent effect in this area, but even that effect will wear off if alkalinity is not restored. This should only be administered by a doctor trained and experienced in bio-oxidative medicine.

BPH is not uncommon after age 40. There are numerous preparations available with different combinations of the various nutrients which help shrink the prostate and keep it healthy. These nutrients include zinc picolinate, selenium, copper, flaxseed, sunflower, or safflower oil, vitamin E, Seronoa repens (saw palmetto), Pygeum africanus, and pumpkin seed oil. Proscar is the pharmaceutical which does the job and is one of the few pharmaceuticals I consider worth using.

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