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Books - Prostate Specific

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Your Prostate, Your Libido, Your Life
(HardCover 2007)  by James Occhiogrosso, N.D.


Part one of this book takes a hard look at what causes problems like erectile dysfunction, urinary problems, BPH, prostatitis, and prostate cancer.

Then in part two we take an extensive look at natural remedies and the science behind them. A must read for any man that wants to keep his prostate, his sex drive, and his sexual ability intact as he ages.

Eat to Beat Prostate Cancer
(Paperback 2006) by David Ricketts
  David Ricketts is the author or coauthor of a dozen cookbooks, and a prostate cancer survivor.

In this timely book, David gives recipes and ideas for healthy anti-cancer meals that make your mouth water. 

Eat to Beat Prostate Cancer is a great resource for those with prostate cancer, and those that want to prevent it.

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Dr. Patrick Walsh's Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer (2nd Ed. Paperback 2007) by Patrick Walsh, M.D.
  In this updated and information-packed book, Dr. Walsh covers everything from the causes, diagnosis and latest treatments of prostate cancer. 

Most importantly, he also discusses the available options, including necessary (and unnecessary) tests, radiation therapy, treatment with hormones, chemotherapy, surgery, and diet in this lifesaving guide.

The Prostate Miracle (Paperback 2000)
by Jesse A. Stoff, M.D. and Dallas Clouatre, Ph.D.
  This book is a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer with several chapters on how a man with prostate cancer can improve his survival odds by enhancing his immune system.  

Unfortunately, Dr. Stoff spends too many pages on a compound known as PC-SPES, an herbal combination that has been removed from the market.

That aside, the rest of the book provides clear and helpful advice.

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Prostate Health in 90 Days
(Paperback 1998) by Larry Clapp, Ph.D. J.D.
  Larry Clapp's approach to prostate cancer healing goes way beyond the traditional "alternative" medicine views and thus has raised a bit of controversy. 

However, there are many solid therapies in this book that any man looking to prevent or overcome prostate cancer should embrace.  

Prostate Health in 90 Days is a good addition to the aware man's bookshelf.

Managing and Preventing Prostate Disorders  (Paperback 2000) by George, L. Redmon, N.D. Ph.D.

This book contains extensive information about preventative herbs, nutrition and lifestyle for overall prostate and, in particular, prostate cancer. Dr. Redmon is himself a prostate cancer survivor, and he provides extensive advice to help you avoid prostate problems

Dr. Redmon provides much needed nutritional information, but little advice on herbal remedies, so look to other books for that area.

Natural Medicine for Prostate Problems
Paperback 1998) by Ron Falcone

This is one of the few books (aside from mine) that provides scientifically researched information specifically on  herbs for prostate problems. 

This book contains a lot of worthwhile information, but in my opinion, it tries to cover too much, and does not provide enough specific detail. However, it is still a good reference and an overview of different alternative approaches.  

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