There are several prostate cancer causes. Discover how stress is the most prominent culprit in manifesting cancer. Find out why a diet high in meat increases prostate cancer risk. And learn how to let go of the emotional stress and eat a healthy diet.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and one of the deadliest. But you can prevent prostate cancer naturally without using toxic treatments
In this video, I'm going to talk about prostate cancer causes and symptoms.You are going to learn about a natural remedy for prostate cancer. So let's talk about what prostate cancer is.
What Is Prostate Cancer?
Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer that develops in men.The prostate gland is a walnut-sized gland present only in men. It sits underneath the bladder and surrounds the urethra.
The urethra is the tube men urinate and ejaculate through.The prostate's main job is to produce semen - the fluid that carries sperm. To grow and develop the prostate needs the male hormone testosterone.
Prostate Cancer Symptoms
Prostate cancer can develop when cells in the prostate start to grow in an uncontrolled way. The tumor often grows slowly and may never cause any problems.
In the later stages, some symptoms of prostate cancer might include:
These symptoms may not mean you have prostate cancer, but if you experience any of them, go and see your doctor.So what causes prostate cancer?
One of the contributing factors of cancer is our stressful conflicts and emotional baggage.
Cancer Is Because An Emotional Shock
I created a video earlier about Dr. Hamer's fantastic discovery about stress and cancer. In December 1979, Dr. Hamer’s oldest son, Dirk, got killed.
A few months later after Dr. Hamer had lost his son, he was himself diagnosed with testicular cancer. Since he was never ill, he wondered if his cancer had to do with the tragic loss of his son.
At this point in his career, Dr. Hamer worked at a cancer clinic in Munich in Germany. He talked to his cancer patients to find out if they also experienced an emotional shock before they got cancer.
By talking to his cancer patients, he discovered that they all had an unexpected shock before cancer diagnosis.Hamer took his research a step further.
Dr. Hamer obtained brain scans, of all his cancer patients. He then compared the CT scan with the patient's medical records and history.What he found was astounding and changed our understanding about the cause of diseases.
He discovered that a particular area of the brain controlled a specific organ. Each conflict shock affects a unique part of the brain that relays it to the organ. Every cancer has a distinct conflict shock.
So, for example, he noticed that lung cancer is a death fright conflict often as a result of a diagnosis shock. Breast cancer is a consequence of a separation conflict. Or cervical cancer is the result of a sexual conflict.
Dr. Hamer found out that a disease runs in two phases. We have the active conflict phase that activates the moment we have the shock. And at the moment we resolve that conflict, we enter the healing phase.
In this state, the tumor stops growing and decomposes.Cancer is not a disease but rather a biological conflict. Our bodies go into fight or flight mode if there is an immediate danger. The danger causes a specific physiological response.
Biological Conflicts Both Humans And Animals Share
Animals also experience biological conflicts when an opponent attacks them. They may feel distressed when they separate from a mate or offspring. Or they can experience stress if they lose their nest or territory.
Like other species, we humans respond to unexpected distress biologically rather than intellectually.
The difference between humans and animals is that humans can think.Our bodies can't see the difference between a thought or a real situation.
For us, an offending remark can cause an attack conflict. An undesirable move can create a territorial loss struggle. If we lose our income, then that can trigger a starvation conflict.
And sexual friction can happen when our partner is mating with someone else. And so forth. When we experience a specific emotional struggle, it activates a particular biological response.
It is not the situation that causes the shock, but our interpretation of it.Every conflict shock is individual. So what one person experiences as a separation conflict could be something entirely different for another person. And for a third person, the stress is minor.
It depends on our beliefs, values, or our vulnerabilities. Cancer patients often experienced isolation in childhood.They felt rejection, abandonment, betrayal, shame, and injustice. Cancer manifests after they suppress these feelings and reach their emotional limit.
The Emotional Conflict That Leads To Prostate Cancer
This emotional limit happens when they experience a traumatic shock.Prostate cancer is not a genetic weakness but rather a biological response. This natural response assists an individual during a time of unexpected traumatic distress.
Dr. Hamer calls prostate cancer an ugly genital conflict. Ugly refers to the dispute being nasty while genital relates to procreation. Often it centers around a betrayal. The biological conflict that relates to the prostate is always a ‘half-genital conflict.'
The dispute may be procreation or gender-related issues. But it is not only sexual.
So a prostate cancer is because of sexual frustration, sexual rejection, or an ugly conflict with a female.
Male Biological Programs
In biological terms, it translates to “I’m a man,” and I can't accept, biologically speaking, being humiliated. He is the alpha and the male and can't tolerate the rejection by a female partner. So the prostate instantly responds.
It will enlarge to produce more seminal fluid, as it's about procreation. With prostate cancer, the biological purpose is in the active conflict phase. This state increases the prostate secretion.
The more intense the conflicting activity, the faster the cancer grows. And the longer the conflict lasts, the larger the tumor becomes. When animals experience a biological conflict they let go of it after the event.
A duck flaps its wings when there is a conflict with another duck. You don't see a duck reflecting over the situation.But we humans keep the conflict alive in our thoughts. We reenact the situation over and over again.
So you want to deal with the emotional conflicts and resolve them to stop the tumor growth.
As soon as you resolve the conflict, everything reverses. You can sleep again, appetite returns or you regain weight. Another risk factor for getting prostate cancer is our diet.
Meat Causes Cancer
The World Health Organization hired 22 experts from 10 countries to study the risks of meat. These experts went through more than 800 epidemiological studies. They looked at studies that linked cancer to red- and processed meat.
WHO classified the consumption of processed meat as "carcinogenic to humans." And they declared red meat as "probably carcinogenic to humans."First, meat is devoid of fiber and other nutrients that have a protective effect.
Meat also contains animal protein, saturated fat, and, and heterocyclic amines (HCA). HCAs, form as we cook animal flesh at high temperatures. Even meat cooked under normal grilling, frying, or oven-broiling may contain these mutagens.
The high-fat content of meat and other animal products increase hormone production. The hormones increase the risk of breast and prostate cancer.Saturated fat increases the risk of prostate cancer too.For prostate cancer survivors, a diet low in fat may reduce tumor growth and recurrence.
If you feed your body the right foods, it will work great. But if you give it wrong things like animal products, oils, and processed food, it will start to fail. Meat is for carnivores like lions and cats. Their bodies need to digest meat.
If you want to prevent prostate cancer, you need to avoid all animal products, including eggs and dairy. Also, stay off processed food, all vegetable oils, and junk food. The best way to lower your cancer risk is too eat a whole food high carb low-fat diet.
One of the best ways to turn your body more alkaline is to eat a healthy plant-based diet and avoid meat.Other cancer risks include lack of sunshine or sleep and heavy metal exposure.
Today I talked about prostate cancer causes and symptoms.
The prostate gland is a walnut-sized gland present only in men. Its primary job is to produce semen.
Prostate cancer often grows slowly and may never cause any problems.
Every cancer has a distinct conflict shock. Prostate cancer is because of sexual frustration, sexual rejection, or an ugly conflict with a female.
Animal products and our diet is another risk factor for getting prostate cancer.
So now you should know that you can prevent prostate cancer naturally without using toxic treatments.
Prostate Cancer Causes And How To Fix Them
1. Download The Prostate Cancer Healing Protocol
I created an e-book where you'll discover common prostate cancer causes and how to fix them.
You'll learn some exercises you can do to let go of the emotional conflict that led to your prostate cancer. You also receive additional ways to prevent cancer with diet and other healthy habits.