The causes of prostate infection, otherwise known as prostatitis, differ depending on the type you have. Prostatitis is essentially an infection and/or inflammation of the prostate gland. There are several varieties of prostatitis, which fall into four categories.
If you're still wondering, "What is prostatitis?" you may want to visit another one of my pages for a more in-depth look at the various prostate infection symptoms.
According to the medical profession, bacterial infections similar to those found in bladder infections are the main cause of bacterial prostatitis, while possible causes of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain may include: stress, immune problems, infections, injury and prostate stones, a food allergy, or a virus.
To me it is no mystery why we have such sky-high rates of prostate conditions. We have, by design and negligence, allowed our food and environment (ie. EMFs )to become so toxic that disease is the body’s healthy response to the onslaught!
Isn't it interesting that statistically, the United States has been ranked the 37th healthiest nation in the world, as was published by the World Health Organization. This seems very low for a nation as advanced in science and technology as the USA. How has this discrepancy been created?
Too easily—through poor nutrition and lack of sufficient exercise. In general, Americans place their physical well-being after their “personal, financial, social and ego-based gains.” But truly, if you don't have good health, then you don't have anything at all because how can you enjoy these gains if you're not well?
Disease happens when the body tries to protect itself from further damage by concentrating toxins and pollutants and other excesses in a less vital organ or area of the body so that the body can still carry on.
The prostate is a deep-inside organ that is vulnerable to toxins just like the breast or uterus. The concentration of toxins in the prostate can result in any of the prostate diseases. Add to this the unhealthy habits of eating poor quality foods, little to no exercise and our sedentary lifestyles and you have a clear understanding of causes.
Each man who reads my book, Healthy Prostate, faces a major choice. You can either:
For a greater understanding of the causes of prostate infection, take my suggestions and guidelines of diet and lifestyle change to heart. You will see the improvements for yourself.
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Written by Ronald M Bazar,
~BCom, McGill University
~MBA, Harvard University
~the author of this website.
Note Dear Reader...
You must change your diet by stopping those foods that are triggering your condition and replacing them with new ones that nourish you and your prostate.
Then combined with a high quality supplement, you are putting yourself on the road to healing.
There are no shortcuts. Just good changes and little by little you will get better. My books and this site tells you how.