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Coffee Can Cut The Risk of Prostate Cancer

Updated on March 29, 2012
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It's official coffee can help prevent prostate cancer. A massive study of 48,000 men over 12 years by Harvard Researchers found that drinking up to six cups of coffee per day actually lowered the risk of developing prostate cancer.

But what was probably the most encouraging was the fact that coffee acted as a prevention of advanced state or the most deadly cancer. Dr. Lorelei Mucci of Harvard School of Public health said "that the study found the men who drank the most coffee had a sixty percent lower risk of developing prostate cancer during follow-up."

It is believed that the antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, as well as chemicals that help control blood glucose and hormone levels found in coffee is the link to the lower risk of prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in US men with 190,000 new cases each year.

Hopefully the results of this study will encourage men to start drinking more coffee and cut their risk of developing prostate cancer.


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Coffee And Ganoderma An Anti Cancer Treatment

With the results of the Harvard study on the benefits of drinking up to 6 cups of coffee a day as a prevention to prostate cancer and the 2003 study on the effects of ganoderma lucidum on advanced stage cancer, you could consume coffee with ganoderma for a double whammy effect!

In the 2003 study 34 people with advanced-stage cancer took ganoderma as a supplement three times a day for 12 weeks. This supplementation led to a significant increase in T-cells, which are known to play a crucial role in the defense of the immune system and slowed down the growth of cancer cells.

In one study, ganoderma suppressed cell adhesion and cell migration of highly invasive breast and prostate cancer cells, suggesting its potency to reduce tumor invasiveness. Ganoderma clearly demonstrates anti-cancer activity in experiments with cancer cells and has possible therapeutic potential as a dietary supplement for an alternative therapy for breast and prostate cancer.

Do you see the potential of coffee with ganoderma? There is one company that manufactures coffee with 100% certified organic ganoderma which can give you that double whammy benefit by drinking the healthiest coffee available.

Now's the time to be drinking coffee!

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    • editorsupremo profile imageAUTHOR

      editorsupremo 

      5 years ago from London, England

      @newusedcars It's good to hear that you love coffee, but too much one anything can have a negative effect on the body, so be careful with how much your consume.

    • editorsupremo profile imageAUTHOR

      editorsupremo 

      5 years ago from London, England

      @Wesley Just take it slowly and build up to drinking six cups a day. You are quite right the coffee bean has a whole host of health benefits.

      Thanks for commenting.

    • newusedcarssacram profile image

      newusedcarssacram 

      5 years ago from Sacramento, CA, U.S.A

      I am addicted to coffee like anything. This hub is helpful for me. :)

    • Wesley Meacham profile image

      Wesley Meacham 

      5 years ago from Wuhan, China

      Interesting hub. I've been drinking a lot more coffee lately. Not quiet six cups a day. Not even every day but fairly regular. I've read before that coffee has myriad health benefits not just those concerning prostate cancer as you mention but it also effects mood, metabolism and a wealth of other things. Voting up and shared.

    • editorsupremo profile imageAUTHOR

      editorsupremo 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Very amusing Chris!

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      chrisinhawaii 

      6 years ago

      I always want to sleep, but sometimes work distracts me from sleep =)

      And sometimes HubPages distracts me from work LOL

    • editorsupremo profile imageAUTHOR

      editorsupremo 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Chris, drinking coffee at 3.a.m. in the morning, hmmn you don't want to sleep I presume?

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      chrisinhawaii 

      6 years ago

      =) You got me in the mood...I'm actually sipping a cup of coffee right now...at 3 in the morning...maybe not the best choice LOL

      ...and yer welcome!

    • editorsupremo profile imageAUTHOR

      editorsupremo 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Well that's what the experts say, so you best get drinking 6 cups to keep PC away!

      Thanks for vote and share.

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      chrisinhawaii 

      6 years ago

      6 cups a day, huh? I guess I better pick up the pace. Interesting article, DeAnna. Voted up and shared.

    • editorsupremo profile imageAUTHOR

      editorsupremo 

      7 years ago from London, England

      Yes, it's a great tasting coffee with superb health benefits. Continue drinking it, and give some to your husband as it's very helpful to diabetes.

      http://www.expressocoffee.organogold.com/imx_order...

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      Sinea Pies 

      7 years ago from Northeastern United States

      I bought some of this coffee with ganoderma. It tastes pretty good. The health benefits are great!

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