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What is NUTRITION 2000 PROSTATE CANCER PROTOCOL? It is a comprehensive program which encompasses diet, pharmaceutical grade vitamins, ionized minerals, herbal extracts, herbal formulations, probiotics, homeopathics, essential oils, pharmaceuticals and natural hormone replacement cream. Nutrition 2000 stated an extensive research from universities and private research centers around the world have tested most if not all aspects of the program and their findings coupled with client feed back has led to the protocol currently being used by NUTRITION 2000.


Who were the participants of the study? The most recent 151 men who had completed at least 30 days of the NUTRITION 2000 Major Prostate Cancer Protocol. The men in the study had to have reported both a beginning PSA and results of a new PSA 30 or more days after starting the NUTRITION 2000 Protocol.


Did all men in the study have prostate cancer? Most men in the study reported they had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. some men had an elevated PSA but had opted not to undergo a biopsy so no conclusive diagnosis of cancer had been determined, these men represented less than 10% of the total population. Of the men who had a diagnosis of Prostate cancer, they ran the entire treatment spectrum, some were refractory, on HRT, had prior treatments (either surgery or radiation), while others had not received any treatment other than diagnosis of cancer after having a needle biopsy


What results did the men in the study receive? The PSA of all men were tabulated. The total starting PSA was 8148.26. The total PSA after at least 30 days was 1107.96. This was a drop in PSA of 7040.3 points, which came to 46.62 points per man, an average PSA decrease of  86.4%


Did every man in the study receive a drop in PSA? No. 3 men had an increase.  The largest increase was 2.1 points, one had a 1.3 increase and 1 had .07. 148 men did receive a decrease. This was 98% of the men in the study.


Does a drop in PSA mean that the cancer has been cured? While a drop in PSA is a very good sign, it does not mean that the prostate cancer has been cured. PSA is used as a reliable gauge of what the tumor growth is doing and it is widely accepted that a rising PSA signals tumor growth or spread of cancer and a falling PSA represents diminished growth. It was reported by some men in the study that their cancer could not be detected after being on the NUTRITION 2000 Protocol and some men reported smaller tumors. Most men did not have means of knowing exactly what their tumor was doing because they were unwilling to under go another needle biopsy and the tumor was never apparent by means of a digital rectal exam. Some men did have an increase in PSA after they finished the protocol. The majority maintained PSA levels at the time of the conclusion of this study well below starting PSA levels.


What were the side effects of the protocol? The only negative side effects were some breast tenderness and a diminished libido. There were reports of weight loss, less pain and need for pain medications, improvements in blood lipid profiles (cholesterol), lower blood pressure and lower blood sugar levels. Some men who were type II diabetics, reported they no longer needed to take insulin.


Conclusions of the study. The NUTRITION 2000 major prostate cancer protocol proved to be beneficial for the majority of men who utilized the program. Unlike other treatment modalities with devastating side effects, the quality of life for many men on the program was enhanced. Given the fact that men with various stages of the disease were represented in the study, it can be concluded that the program would likely prove to be beneficial for all men with prostate cancer or elevated PSA.  


Date of study-  January 30, 2006

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