" COMER AVENA PARA DESAYUNO ! Cualquier Fibra es buena fibra , pero soluble de fibra la naturaleza se encuentra en la AVENA es lo mejor para la prostata .Los Hombres que consumen mas fibra soluble tenian menores de Antigeno Prostatico Especifico (PSA ) La Fibra Soluble Puede Ayudar A Disminuir ( PSA) al sacar los esteroides nocivos que estan participan tanto en la HPB y el cancer de prostata . tambien tienen la costumbre de ( GUAYABAS ) O MELONES , solo se que una mayor ingesta de fructosa el azucar de la fruta puede combatir la HIPERPLASIA PROSTATICA BENIGNA una (AGRANDAR ) La Prostata -BPH. Aqui esta la teoria , La Fructosa ayuda a reducir los niveles de Fosfato en el cuerpo , y el fosfato demasiado puede elevar sus niveles de 1,25-OH)2D, una sustancia quimica que se ha relacionado con BPH y cancer de PROSTATA .
Newbie Theory! …or just an FAQ made by Yours Truly that discusses things that newbies face and honestly…stuff I wish someone had told me when I started years ago. Could have saved me time and money. And, because I went through all my newbie advice posts and found out it’s about 8 pages of material at this point and only getting longer, I’ll be covering this stuff in sections FAQ style, snark included. Newbies and Complex Theory - Cuz sometimes there’s a such thing as “too much thinking” Q: Why do you say “Complex Theory” doesn’t matter to Newbies?
A: Mainly I say this because when you first start anything, the basics are all you are taught. This makes all information you use functional to you at that time. If when you first started driving someone explained to you the intricacies of a pneumatic system controlling your brakes but an electronic not cable ‘by wire’ system controlling your accelerator would it have changed how you drove the car or how it worked for you when you first start a car and drive it for yourself? Or would this matter as you make more informed car decisions down the road as far as a mechanic or vehicle choice? Or…never matter at all? I mean the car will get you to point B whether you understand how it works or not, as long as you understand how to operate it. Functional PE that you can do is all I’m getting at here; doesn’t need to be extensive theory and rocket science. The reason I advise against “Complex Theory” usage is it distracts from the primary objective of getting your feet wet and helping you get a hands-on understanding of what PE is and what it can mean to you. I mean there are dozens of good articles on this topic and thousands of replies but it’s all based on abstracts until you actually get down and do it. Information overload can slow your progress easily. This is a thing I myself experienced. Q: Why do you push START HERE ——-> NEWBIE ROUTINE