Saturday, November 3, 2012

Prostate Testimonials to offer men hope for a better life quality

Challenges with the prostate affect many men.   I am posting the following testimonials for those affected by those challenges to offer hope for a better quality of life.

Prostate Testimonial (updated 9-13-10)

(These testimonials are are from people like you and me. We make NO MEDICAL CLAIMS -- and we do not claim to heal or cure)

I was introduced to Nikken on the 29th of July after being told in early July that my Prostate PSA was 5.4. I began taking the Nikken nutrition product MULTI-VITAMIN FOR MEN. Last week after just two months on the product a new blood test revealed that my PSA had dropped to 1.4. What can you say but Praise the Lord.
We received an e-mail from one of our friends telling us of the new energy they experienced from drinking PiMag water. They are both in their 80's and very active, in fact they have now started to play tennis! Another benefit that John noticed was that his PSA numbers have come down .8 and the only thing he had done different was drinking lots of Nikken PiMag water.
Lynne, Redding CA
In 1999, Malcolm (MAC) at age 74, had great relief from a life-long backache using the Nikken Back Flex, so when he was diagnosed with that often fatal condition of the Prostate, he was prepared to make the most of the 6-week wait for Radiation.  Mac used the Nikken sleep system, insoles, the nutritional for men with Saw Palmento and reluctantly moved his Flex from his back
to his front lower side closer to the prostate area.  In 5 months time, the swelling AND his PSA (prostate specific antigen) count went down to normal, from 35.7 in August to 0.58 in
Jan. 2000 (Normal Count is between 0 and 4).  Mac continues to be a great advocate for Nikken, feeling better than ever at age 76. On his own decision, and in spite of our warnings,
he abandoned his heart medication 9 months ago with no skipped heart beats as previously felt since his by-pass 20 years ago.  He is active in Lawn Bowling, Wood Cutting, Haying, Mowing, Roto Tilling or other helpful activities almost daily. Mac can be reached at 905-985-4826 in Prince Albert, near Port Perry, Ontario, Canada.
Marta Lynne Gill
My father had a close call with the early form of Prostate cancer after he had a blood vessel break in his brain & he spent the next 8 month in hospitals/nursing homes/ pt etc. After he came home his PSA level was very high 13. We used the energy tester on him to find out what his body wanted. He went on Nikkens nutritional for men to get the vitamin c, zinc, and B vitamins he needed, he also took the Digestion to help him better to digest thus better to absorb all that he was taking & PiMag WATER - lots of WATER!!! He has lowered his PSA to 7.09 all since 4/4/01.
Tonja in TC, MI

I had an enlarged Prostate with a Beguine Lump, and was getting up 4-6 times every night. After I got on the Nikken sleep system, I only got up once, sometimes not at All!! We went to a training and stayed all night at a motel and I was up 6 times!! Later we took a short trip for 3 nights--I was up 5-6 times every night! When I got back home and back on the Sleep system, I was OK. Now every time we go somewhere, we take the Sleep Pads along and I am OK. I know of other men (usually guys in their 50's or 60's that have found that after they got on the sleep system, they didn't have to get up so often.
I recommend men use Nikkens barley Greenzymes for the prostate. I have added information below as to why.   "Barley grass leaf extract dramatically inhibits the growth of human prostatic cancer cells grown in tissue culture. ...It may provide a new nutritional approach to the treatment of prostate cancer. " ---Dr. Allan L. Goldstein, MD, George Washington Univ. Medical Center

Nutritional Value: A concentrated source of nearly three dozen vitamins and minerals barley grass is particularly rich in vitamins A, C, B1, B2, folic acid, and B12; calcium; iron; potassium; and chlorophyll. Unlike most plants, barley grass provides all nine essential amino acids (those which you body can't produce). Barley grass contains eighteen amino acids, including the eight essential ones -that is, the amino acids that we must get from our diet. The body cannot produce them itself. The "green" is from chlorophyll. Barley grass has one of the highest, natural, rich chlorophyll contents of all the green vegetables. In fact, Barley Grass has 66 times more
chlorophyll than spinach. How It Works: An antioxidant called alpha-tocopherol succinate - a potent relative of vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)? May be responsible for much of the plant's anti-tumor action, according to Allen L. Goldstein, Ph.D., head of the biochemistry department at
George Washington University's School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, D.C., who has studied barley grass. Though its mechanism is unknown, alpha-tocopherol succinate seems to inhibit several types of cancer, including leukemia, brain tumors, and prostate cancer.
The Evidence: There have been no clinical trials of barley grass. In an experiment at George Washington University, Goldstein and his colleagues exposed leukemic cancer cells to dehydrated barley grass extract. The extract killed virtually all of them. Encouraged, the researches then subjected brain cancer cells to the extract. It eradicated 30 to 50 percent of these cells In a third trial, the extract inhibited the growth of three types of prostate cancer cells by 90 to 100 percent. In one informal study, a Japanese dermatologist observed a group of 25 patients with skin diseases ranging from melanosis (darkening of the skin) to eczema. The patients who took barley grass extract healed faster than did those who did not. They also noticed improvements in appetite and bowel regularity.  One of the most common health problems in North America today is poor digestion. There are several reasons for poor digestion, but
the two biggest reasons are the inability of your body to produce enough enzymes, and the lack of digestive enzymes in the food that you eat. Digestive enzymes are organic protein molecules that break down food particles such as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats;  and convert them into smaller absorbable nutrients that your body can use to build cells, tissues, and organs. You obtain most of your digestive enzymes from the food that you eat, and your body also produces enzymes of its own. Unfortunately, because of soil depletion, herbicide sprays, etc., we do not obtain anywhere near the number of enzymes that we need.  Enzymes are either obtained from plants, or they are manufactured by the pancreas. Pancreatic enzymes are animal based and only
function in your small intestine. If pancreatic enzymes are taken with food they will be destroyed by the acids in your stomach, and therefore, they are not nearly as effective as plant enzymes.
As we age, our body looses its ability to produce its own enzymes, and so we have to include them in our diet. There are only two ways to accomplish this. One method is by eating raw organic food, and the other method is by taking enzyme supplements. You should make very sure that you get enough enzymes, because a lack of digestive enzymes will cause a number of things to occur in your body, and here are some of the more common. You may develop abdominal bloating, abdominal cramps, constipation, crohn's disease, colitis, diarrhea, eczema, heartburn, indigestion, IBD, psoriasis, skin rashes, and many other conditions that can cause you a lot of problems.
Kathie Zier -
I had enlarged prostate, hard, with lump. Biopsy tested Negative! Still had problems getting up 4-5 times per night to go the bathroom! I got on the Nikken sleep system in '95, and then their nutrition. I then got up only one time per night! Next check up, still enlarged, but soft and pliable, with NO lump. Nine years later, still enlarged, but soft and pliable with no lump. If I go anywhere now, I always use the Travel Pad because I found that I would be up 5-6 times to go to the bathroom without it!
Wayne -
Perhaps this is another reason all of us should be drinking Nikken CIAGA nectar daily. Even though the recommended dosage daily is one ounce, Ruth and I have each chosen to drink 4 ounces daily (2 ounces for each of us, morning and evening.) We get four 2-packs (8 bottles) each month on Auto-Ship to save money. We feel it's another good investment toward PREVENTION. You'll notice below that Pomegranate juice is the first listed ingredient on our delicious CIAGA nectar that is very helpful for the prostate,  along with several other very beneficial juices, all without any water added.   Leon & Ruth

Pomegranate juice promising for prostate cancer
Mon Sep 26, 2005 6:36 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pomegranate extract may prevent prostate cancer or slow its growth, if results of lab experiments conducted at the University of Wisconsin in Madison translate to real-world benefits. Dr. Hasan Mukhtar and his colleagues note in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Early Edition that pomegranates are high in polyphenolic compounds, making its juice higher in antioxidant activity than red wine and green tea. When they incubated prostate cancer cells with low concentrations of pomegranate extract, they observed a dose-related inhibition of cell growth. In prostate cancer cells driven by male hormones (androgens) and expressing prostate specific antigen (PSA), treatment with pomegranate extract decreased androgen receptors and PSA expression. When human prostate cancer cells were injected into mice, feeding the animals pomegranate extract delayed the
appearance of tumors. Tumor growth was significantly inhibited and survival was prolonged. As for whether pomegranate juice could be recommended to men with prostate cancer, Mukhtar told Reuters Health: "Based on the data we have it's highly unlikely that it will produce any adverse effects and it is highly possible that it will produce useful effects." Moreover, he added, since his group has also shown that pomegranate extract inhibits skin cancer growth, it is possible that the juice would be of benefit in many types of cancer.
SOURCE: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Early Edition September 26, 2005.