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Behold the Power of Food: Reverse Prostate Cancer

Behold the Power of Food: Reverse Prostate Cancer

We know that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, and whole/unprocessed grains can help lower cholesterol or even shrink a waistline. But did you know that eating a whole food plant based (WFBP) diet can also change the course of disease? 

A fascinating study evaluated the outcome of 93 men with biopsy-proven prostate cancer who had chosen not to undergo any conventional treatments (such as radiation, surgery or chemotherapy). Half were randomly selected to make comprehensive lifestyle changes while the other half were assigned to usual care. The lifestyle group adopted a whole food plant based diet.

The researchers found that over the next 12 months, while PSA levels INCREASED 6 percent in the usual care group, PSA levels DROPPED 4 percent in the lifestyle group.

Step One Foods Changes in PSA

Presented by Dean Ornish MD, Academy of Lifestyle Medicine Conference, San Diego, 2014

In addition, cancer cell growth was inhibited and MRI scans showed reduction in tumor size in the WFPB group. The degree of lifestyle change was found to be proportional to the benefit. So any increase in WFPB intake was better than none, and the more the better. 

So when you reach for that Chocolate Crunch Bar, or open up a packet of the Blueberry Cinnamon Oatmeal, give yourself a little round of applause. Because every time you eat a Step One product, you are consuming a whole food plant based food. And that means you are likely improving your health far beyond your cholesterol panel.

Food matters.

 

Tested & Proven Results.

  • Cardiologist formulated
  • Supported by over 500 publications
  • Clinically-proven, in a double-blind randomized trial with Mayo Clinic and The University of Manitoba

80% of participants lowered their cholesterol in just 30 days. With just two servings per day, Step One Foods offers a proven-effective way to naturally lower LDL (bad) cholesterol.

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