Toronto, Soy bean many claimed to be able to treat prostate cancer experienced by men. However, recent findings indicate soybean failed to be prostate cancer drug. Patients with cancer pain was not reduced by eating soy.
Research conducted by experts from the University Health Network in Toronto as reported by the Health, also failed to prove the benefits of soy.Even when mixed with selenium and vitamin E supplements, the risk of prostate cancer is not reduced.
In that study, the experts involved 303 adult men who have a high risk for prostate cancer. That is, the participants do not have cancer but the test results indicate the existence of cells pre-cancer in the prostate gland.
At random, some participants received a supplement consisting of a combination of 40 grams of soy, 800 IU of vitamin E and 0.2 mg of selenium should be taken regularly every day. Other participants who received only a placebo to compare their effects.
After 3 years of routine use, cancer risk was observed in the group receiving soy supplements did not differ with the control group who only received placebo. In each group, 26 out of 100 participants or 26 percent eventually get prostate cancer.
These results are not much different from the findings in 2008, when empirically only using selenium and vitamin E without additional soybean. When the experts believe, the two supplements might be more useful if there is the addition of soymilk.
Still one of the researchers from the University Health Network, Dr. Neil Fleshner said that the results of this study does not mean that soy is not helpful at all. However, each benefit should be supported by scientific evidence for not claimed excessive.
Prostate cancer is the most types of cancer suffered by men. It is estimated, 156 of the 10,000 men worldwide are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year.
Early symptoms of prostate cancer that need to watch out for are:
- Changes in urination patterns such as frequent urination
- Must be straining while urinating
- It’s hard to start urinating
- Jet or a weak urine flow or obstructed
- Frequent waking at night due to urinate
- After urination was not lampias
- Urine flow or intermittent stuttering
- It’s hard to hold urine
- Hot urination or pain
- Pain in the pelvic area, buttocks, groin or back
- There is blood in the urine and semen.
The exact cause of prostate cancer is not known until now, but know there are some risk factors that can increase kemungkinaa occurrence of prostate cancer.
Some risk factors for prostate cancer include:
Age above 50 years
- There is a history of prostate cancer in the family
- Diets high in fat and low in fiber
- Obesity or overweight.
Means of prevention is easy, namely by:
- Reduce consumption of red meat and fatty foods
- Expand the consumption of fibrous foods such as vegetables and fruits, especially broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes and soy products.
- Do enough physical activity and regular.
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