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Apoptosis by dietary agents for prevention and treatment of prostate cancer has some other ideas to achieve the same idea.

Biotivia, Transmax, Trans-Resveratrol, has a good reputation.
Doctor's Best, Meriva, Phytosome Curcumins

Capsaicin may slow PSA doubling time: case report and literature review is a more recent paper supporting the original post.

Capsaicin for pain relief by Ray Sahelian, M.D.

I'd also suggest that keeping vitamin D status HIGH and STABLE also helps keep PSA increases low.
I find IHERB is the best source for supplements to the UK (discounted shipping rates) code WAB666 $5 Initial disount code.
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They know that people in mexico and thailand have very low rates of heart disease and they think the high consumption of chiles has something to do with it. Capsaicin thins the blood for a short period of time, but since they eat them with every meal, they think it has a positive effect.
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http://www.naturalnews.com/027238_ca...k_cayenne.html


http://www.naturalnews.com/026076_ca..._Prostate.html (If you decide to try this, you can get cayenne capsules, if you like super hot food, eat the peppers)


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Chemopreventive potential of curcumin in prostate cancer
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The long latency and high incidence of prostate carcinogenesis provides the opportunity to intervene with chemoprevention in order to prevent or eradicate prostate malignancies.

We present here an overview of the chemopreventive potential of curcumin (diferuloylmethane), a well-known natural compound that exhibits therapeutic
promise for prostate cancer.

In fact, it interfereswith prostate cancer proliferation andmetastasis development through the down-regulation of androgen receptor and epidermal growth factor receptor, but also through the induction of cell cycle arrest.

It regulates the inflammatory response through the inhibition of pro-inflammatory mediators and the NF-jB signaling pathway.

These results are consistent with this compoundís ability to up-induce pro-apoptotic proteins and to down-regulate the anti-apoptotic counterparts.

Alone or in combination with TRAIL-mediated immunotherapy or radiotherapy, curcumin is also reported to be a good inducer of prostate cancer cell death by apoptosis.

Curcumin appears thus as a non-toxic alternative for prostate cancer prevention, treatment or co-treatment.
Do be aware that curcumin also acts directly on the Vitamin D receptor so taking Vitamin D3 with curcumin or curcumin with vitamin d3 they will work together to ensure the VDR is activated as required.

This article on the bioavailability of curcumin is also interesting
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A high ratio of dietary n-6/n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids is associated with increased risk of prostate cancer.
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In conclusion, our findings suggest that a high dietary ratio of n-6/n-3 fatty acids may increase the risk of overall prostate cancer among white men and possibly increase the risk of high-grade prostate cancer among all men.
Earlier in this thread I've suggested various anti inflammatory agents to help deal with or prevent prostate cancer.
It should come as no surprise at all that those with the highest pro inflammatory omega 6 levels have the highest PC incidence. Remember these omega 6 industrial seed oils such as corn, soybean, safflower, sunflower and cottonseed oil also underlie the obesity epidemic.
If we avoid ALL corn, soybean, safflower, sunflower and cottonseed oils and ALL the commercially prepared foods that contain them it will be 2yrs before the omega 6 in our systems is reduced by 50% and probably another 2yrs before we are down to the 1<>1 ratio of omega 3<> omega 6 our DNA evolved to cope with. That is assuming there is always sufficient omega 3 ciculating in your blood to rebuild new cells with the correct ratio of omega 3 in the cell membrane.

I use a couple of small teaspoons of Nature's Answer, Liquid Omega-3, liquid fishoil daily from Iherb $5 discount code for new users
This is the preferable triglyceride form of fish oil
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