Prostate cancer and its management
Posted on : 10-31-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
A recent survey showed that there are far more cases of prostatic enlargement and prostate cancer in Nigeria that have been reported. It is should, therefore, be of serious concern to everyone. Previously, it was reported that in 1999, there were approximately 334,888 new cases of prostate cancer in the United States of America leading to 41,000 deaths. According to WHO statistics, over 100,000 Nigerians are diagnosed with cancer annually, and about 80,000 die from the disease, averaging 240 Nigerians every day or 10 Nigerians every hour, dying from cancer.…
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Preventing colon cancer (2)
Posted on : 10-02-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Preventing colon cancer (2) by Prof Oladapo Ashiru   Fibre reduces the conversion of primary bile acids into secondary bile acids, which are potential cancer promoters. It absorbs more bile acids and dilutes them within a larger stool mass, thus protecting against colon cancer. With fibre, the bile itself is more soluble and less likely to form gall stones. Similarly, fibre protects against pancreatitis by preventing biliary sludge. Fibre reduces absorption of fat and lowers the cholesterol level in the human body. It also helps to lower excess oestrogen by…
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Preventing colon cancer
Posted on : 09-25-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Many young Nigerians have either died or they have been hospitalised due to colon cancer. Why? It is because nobody likes to talk about bowel movements or cancer and nobody likes to get a colonoscopy. According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the third leading cause of cancer death in both men and women. So that makes it a subject worth discussing. Although some people consider it embarrassing to talk about colon cancer, it is important to become knowledgeable about it…
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Why humans age (2)
Posted on : 09-25-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Why humans age (2) by Prof. Oladapo Ashiru Factors that accelerate aging include but are not limited to: Nutrition: It is commonly said that you are what you eat. The need to carefully consider the types of food to be consumed cannot be over-emphasised. Certain food items encourage premature aging. Refined sugar, as well as wheat/flour-based products like bread, muffins and other pastries, can raise the blood sugar unnecessarily and provide nutrients for undesirable pathogens in the body. Trans fats that are found in many processed foods clog the arteries, stiffen…
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Why we age, despite promise of eternal youthfulness by cosmetics industry
Posted on : 09-16-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Aging, the natural process of becoming older, is something that all living organisms go through. The prerequisite for aging is simply to be born and to continue to live. Considered from a medical point of view, aging may be summed up as progressive physiological changes or a steady and progressive decline of biological functions, as well as the human ability to adapt to metabolic stress. The aging process is genetically determined and environmentally modulated. It takes place in every cell, organ and the total organism with the passage of time.…
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Prostate cancer and its management
Posted on : 07-05-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Prostate cancer and its management by Prof. Oladapo Ashiru   A recent survey showed that there are far more cases of prostatic enlargement and prostate cancer in Nigeria that have been reported. It is should, therefore, be of serious concern to everyone. Previously, it was reported that in 1999, there were approximately 334,888 new cases of prostate cancer in the United States of America leading to 41,000 deaths. According to WHO statistics, over 100,000 Nigerians are diagnosed with cancer annually, and about 80,000 die from the disease, averaging 240 Nigerians…
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Researchers uncover first breakthrough in Mayr therapy in Africa
Posted on : 05-24-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
A team of researchers from Nigeria have discovered how Mayr type of detoxification may positively affect fertility indices in infertile couples who undergo assisted reproductive technology. The researchers in their study titled, ‘Managing environmental exposure in clinical practice,’ and published in the journal, Global Reproductive Health, noted that environmental toxins from various occupational industries, such as oil and gas, petrochemical, agriculture and bad eating habits could cause serious health hazards. This study described the clinical success of Modern Mayr therapy type of detoxification in a fertility practice that uses detoxification as…
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Driving without shoes has health hazards
Posted on : 04-24-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Last week at the World Fertility Congress in Shanghai, China environmental toxins and the terrible effect on reproduction featured as one of the plenary topics. The audience, including 4,000 reproductive experts all over the world, was alarmed to see the level of damage that the environment had on humans and reproduction. As the chairman of the session, a major recommendation was public education on environmental toxins. In the words of Rudyard Kipling, there is no sin greater than ignorance. I have, therefore, chosen to highlight some of the not so…
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Chronic constipation can be a significant cause of illness (2)
Posted on : 04-11-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
For some people, chronic constipation means infrequent bowel movements for weeks at a time, while others believe chronic constipation means straining or having difficulty passing stools. According to Mayr therapy, too much food leads to mal-digestion, mal-absorption, fermentation, excess gas production, excess alcohol and biogenic amines accumulation. The result is intestinal auto-intoxication, which is the primary cause of virtually all systemic illnesses. Unfortunately, a lot of people tend to downplay this medical condition and look for a quick fix, ranging from laxative abuse to enemas without adequately investigating the cause…
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Cancer is a dreadful but preventable disease
Posted on : 02-07-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
Cancer is a dreadful but preventable disease by Prof. Oladapo Ashiru   February 4th, 2019 was World Cancer Day. I have, therefore, chosen to write a feature on cancer. The readers of this article should henceforth know the factors that trigger cancer and the ways and means to prevent its development. The truth is that while you cannot prevent deaths, which occur through automobile accidents and plane crash, cancer is preventable. Cancer is by no means a disease of civilisation or a mere consequence of modern life. Indeed, it is…
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