From William Campbell Douglass II, M.D., "Daily Dose":

Note his comments on the big prostate scam in the medical industry.



Vitamin B6 may slow tumors

I know it might sound crazy, but the best approach to prostate cancer is often to do nothing at all.

If you leave it alone, chances are you'll never have a problem with your prostate -- and the latest study shows that vitamin B6 could help keep it that way.

Swedish researchers studied 525 prostate cancer patients who got different amounts of this great nutrient. Those at the low end had between 1.3 and 1.9 milligrams daily, which is right around the recommended amount.

But some in the study received between 2.2 and 2.9 milligrams each day. And when you're done reading this, you'll probably want that amount too -- because the researchers found that the extra B6 boost improved prostate cancer survival by 29 percent.

If that can help even one man skip the scalpel, I'll celebrate.

Ever since surgeons and hospitals discovered they could make a quick buck by slicing and dicing prostates all day, the "early diagnosis, early treatment" mantra has been repeated so often that everyone just assumes it's true.

They're even willing to overlook the side effects such as incontinence and impotence, thinking it's a small price to pay when you've just been "saved."

Sorry, pal -- I feel for you, but you weren't saved. You were had. Prostate cancer is one of the most over-treated conditions out there. On its own, its often survivable with nothing at all -- not even that vitamin B6.

It's time we stop buying into the Great Prostate Swindle, the biggest scam in modern medicine -- and if B6 can help you do that, then I'm all for it.

You can get this great nutrient from many meats, fish, beans and peanut butter, and it's entirely possible to get up to 2.9 milligrams daily from food alone. But doing so might be a chore -- if you want the make sure you're getting enough each day, choose a multivitamin with some extra B6 or work in a supplement.

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