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"HOTSHEET" published by UsTOO International

http://www.ustoo.org/HotSheet_Publ/HotSheet_index.htm

"Hotsheets", should be a "must see" source: There is not a PCa issue that is not covered: Incontinence,  radiation seeds, hormonal therapy, and PSA screening as related to obesity. Click on the link.

Diet may be the most important influence on your "quality of life" as your deal with Prostate Cancer!

Top Ten Foods You Should Never Eat


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1.   Quaker 100% Natural Oats & Honey Granola
      A half cup of these is coated with three teaspoons of sugar and laden with more artery clogging fat than you'd   get in a McDonald's hamburger. Better choices are, Grape Nuts, Wheaties, Kellogg's All-Bran, Post 100% Bran,shredded wheat, or oatmeal.

2.   Bugles
      These are fried in highly saturated coconut oil. This is about twice as saturated as lard. One serving (just over a cup) gives you 40% of your daily limit of saturated fat. Baked Bugles or tortilla chips are a much better choice.

3.   Buitoni Contadina Alfredo Sauce
      Does a third of a stick of butter sound good for you? That is how much is in this sauce.Try Classico Spicy Red Pepper, Tomato & Basil, Fire Roasted Tomato & Garlic, or any sauces from Healthy Choice or Ragu Light. Your arteries will thank you.

4.   Pizza Hut's Big New Yorker Pizza
      Is bigger really better? NO! Two slices of this pizza gives you almost a full day's saturated fat (17grams) and sodium(2.200mg), and 790 calories. And that's without sausage, pepperoni, or anything else. An entire Healthy Choice Supreme French Bread Pizza will only get you 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 580 mg of sodium and 330 calories.

5.   Entenmann's Rich Frosted Donut (Variety pack size)
      Is it possible than such a yummy snack can have as much artery clogging saturated and trans fat (10grams) as nine strips of bacon? It sure is! The Entenmann's Light Donuts are a better choice, with anywhere from six to nine grams of fat per donut. Though certainly not a healthy food, they are better than the regular ones.

6.   Nissin Cup Noodles with Shrimp
      These are pre-fried in  palm oil, and will clog your arteries up the same as one and a half cups of whole milk. Fantastic Foods Chicken Free Ramen Noodles are a better pick in this department.

7. Burger King French Fries
This franchise makes some of the worst french fries you can buy at a fast food restaurant.They are even worse than McDonald's Super Size Fries. The salty coating allows more oil to be absorbed. A king size order of BK fries packs a punch with 590 calories and 30 grams of fat,12 of them artery clogging.

8.   Campbell's red and white label condensed soups
Nothing like a hot bowl of soup on a cold day? True, but these have 1,100mg of sodium, about half the ideal quota for one day. Healthy Choice and Campbell's Healthy Request have less than half as much sodium without sacrificing any taste.

9.   Frito Lay's Wow! Potato Chips
      These are fried in Olean, the indigestible fat substitute. It doesn't provide any calories, but many have suffered such severe cramps or diarrhea that they had to go to the emergency room! It also prevents the body's absorption of carotenoids.Again, try baked potato or tortilla chips.

10.  Denny's Grand Slam
       2 eggs, 2 sausage links, 2 strips of bacon, and 2 pancakes. Sounds delicious right? Well, just listen to this. It contains three quarters of a day's total fat (50 grams) and saturated fat (14 grams), nearly a full day's sodium (2,240mg) and one and a half day's cholesterol (460mg). In contrast, the Denny's Slim Slam slashes the calories to 600, the fat to 12 grams, the saturated fat to 3 grams, and the cholesterol to a mere 35 mg.


Does any of this make you want to change your eating habits? No doubt that you will feel better if you pay closer attention to just what the food you eat contains?

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Newly diagnosed?!   The first and best thing you should do after getting the "news" from your Urologist is to go to http://www.ustooevents.org/site/Survey?SURVEY_ID=1720&ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS to view, print or order, those brochures.  I do not personally believe it is the Urologist's or Oncologist's responsibility to hold "class" on all the aspects of what you should "now" know.  It is your responsibility to arm yourself with the right knowledge to ask the right questions! 

Get a copy of Dr. Snuffy Myrer's new book on diet and Prostate cancer.  YOU WILL NOT FIND ANYTHING COMPARABLE!! http://www.prostateforum.com/.  Oh, and a bit of hard truth.....regardless of what you want to believe, you will never "eat" your way into a slim,trim, healthy individual without adding a good exercise regimen!!

"THE INVASION OF THE PROSTATE SNATCHERS"; http://www.randomhouse.com/book/196356/invasion-of-the-prostate-snatchers-by-mark-scholz-md-and-ralph-blum . Undoubtedly the best book I could recommend for newly diagnosed men, their spouses, and their families!  BUT, it alone can be misleading without input from survivors.  Get that by attending our meetings!!

CLINICAL TRIALS as of May 2014: JManarite@pcri.org

GOOD INFO RE: NEW LASER-GUIDED THERMAL FOCAL THERAPY: http://sperlingprostatecenter.com/focal-laser-ablation-new-york-city/     Google it for more info.

 

 


 


See Apr. 9, 2004 article @ www.NewsWithViews.com