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Help For Prostate Health

Educate Men on Their Health

After the age of 50 approximately one half of all men experience symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Although BPH is not a cancer risk, doctors do recommend that men over the age of 50 need both an annual prostate examination and a PSA blood test. The PSA test measures inflammation in the prostate, but a high score does not automatically indicate cancer. It indicates the prostate is enlarged and needs further investigation.

A Personal Story of Improved Health

My story really began in late 1996 when I started to notice an increasing difficulty in my ability to concentrate, retain new information and analyze data. Believing that this was due to stress and work pressure, I attempted to continue working with the hope that these problems would be resolved over time. By May of 1997, I also began to experience pain in my left hip and thigh.

It was a major effort, with considerable help from Edith, to compose this article, but I consider myself fortunate. Without the unique and effective Melaleuca products, I could be in a nursing home or worse by now, which was the fate of my father, who had atherosclerosis of the brain that was very progressive, as well as prostate cancer. He died at the age of 67 – within 2 years of being diagnosed.