Those videos are what we call "testimonials", they cannot/do not prove anything. Waste of time at the very least.Oh yeah - I got that science-heavy university education and have been doing independent research on prostate cancer for 6 years now. There is no science in those youtube videos at all.
Standard medical treatments are the best shot you have. If you research pre-interventional PSA numbers, you will notice that you are approaching a bad place there. The dotted line is at 10, as I recall.
A healthy, balanced diet + a stringent exercise program + low stress + plenty of rest will get you to your healthiest eventually. Very few non - medical interventions can effect cancer. However: if you are in the top 20% healthiest of your age group, your chances of dying from ALL causes (including cancer or being hit by a truck) at any time is reduced by about
25% compared to your peers.
If you get that minimum of 150 minutes a week of serious aerobic exercise AND you weight train at least twice a week for about
20 minutes/session, your chances of dying from all causes goes down 26% compared to your cohort and your chances of dying from cancer go down 31% compared to them as well. That gives you a real measure of control that you do not have otherwise.
I am the proof of this, my doubling time has leveled out several times (currently 13 months) since the failure of standard treatments. The docs conclude that it is my lifestyle that is doing this and informed me of that 3 weeks ago.
Use the baking soda for indigestion.
b 1950, 2012 PSA=11, 12/12 cores +. DVRP 12/27/12. 36 g, 35% PCa,EC ext., 2 SV+,+ marg T3bNXMX, G7(4+3). 2 week post-RP PSA=0.2, Firmagon ADT. Cont @ 3 mo, EBRT 80 Gy/40 ses. Last 6 mo. Eligard 10/14. 4/15 T=2.2, PSA<.02. 10/16 T=204, PSA=.08, 2/17 PSA=.13, 3/17 T=307 PSA=.19, 4/17 PSA=.21, 4/18 PSA=.65 6/18 PSA=1.15 8/18 PSA=1.15 11/18 PSA=1.58 1/19 PSA=1.67 3/19 PSA=2.12