You see, I have a vendetta against this disease. I have seen too many men suffer, often unnecessarily, from prostate cancer or its medical treatment.
I am not saying standard treatments for prostate cancer is not the right approach, oftentimes it is, but I believe medically treating prostate cancer is only one part of the puzzle. The other is the application of aggressive lifestyle practices.
I also believe many men diagnosed with prostate cancer don’t need medical treatment and can apply nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle to manage their disease.
I have had the privilege of helping thousands of patients navigate through the prostate cancer confusion and with holistic and integrative approaches throughout my career.
I mean, I’ve seen it all:
- Men with PSA in the thousands (≥ 1000 ng/ml)
- Patients with PSA as low as 1.0 ng/ml with prostate cancer
- And men with PSA in the twenties (≤ 20 ng/ml) with no prostate cancer found after numerous biopsies
I’ve seen a case where a patients prostate biopsy showed cancer, then when his prostate was removed, no cancer was found in the gland. I’m not kidding.
I’ve even seen cases of prostate sarcoma… the reason you never heard of this type of prostate cancer is that it holds less than 1% of all prostate cancer cases.
Ok, you get my point.
I can help you in two separate areas, the pre-diagnosis phase, and the post-diagnosis phase of prostate cancer…
The Pre-Diagnosis Prostate Cancer Phase
This is a situation where you have a high PSA and your urologist is recommending a biopsy, and you are thinking, “there’s no way I’m getting my prostate biopsied!”
As a naturopathic functional medicine doctor, I believe less medical intervention is often best. And when the PSA is high, a biopsy is often NOT needed. However, we don’t want to be foolish. If we determine you need appropriate prostate cancer screening to save your life then that’s what I would suggest. It depends on your particular scenario.
I go through a series of steps that include certain labs like PSA velocity, PSA doubling time, PSA Density, 4K Score, Prostate Health Index (PHI), and others to help determine if a biopsy is necessary. It is beyond just a high PSA that determines if you need a prostate biopsy, in my mind.
If, after extensive analysis of numerous data points, we determine you should consider a prostate biopsy, I will recommend you do so suggest physicians who are the “real players” with the best biopsy technique nearest to you. I know many great urologists from all over the United States and even the world at large.
If you’ve already been diagnosed with prostate cancer, take a deep breath, and let’s figure out what is the best treatment plan for you.
The Post-diagnosis Prostate Cancer Phase
There are two ways as to how I can help:
One, if you are having trust issues with your urologist or oncologist and feel like they only recommend what treatment they do, I can help you figure out what treatment work best for the specific type of prostate cancer you have. I have no bias as I don’t medically treat prostate cancer. Also, I may know treatment options no one has told you about. I will share a secret with you, there are many medical treatments for prostate cancer outside of prostate removal or radiation. [Keep that between us]
Still, in some cases, prostate removal may be the right approach. We will figure it out together. And if a prostatectomy is the best approach, you should go to only the best surgeon. I can help you figure out who that is closest to you.
Two, you will learn and apply the best nutrition and lifestyle protocol for prostate cancer, the CaPLESS Method (CM). There is a lack of clarity on the internet regarding the best diet for prostate cancer; is it the ketogenic diet? Or should I go paleo? No, it is a plant-based diet, no? Diets for cancer is all over the place, confusing and frustrating.
Here’s the deal; the CM was developed, not for brain cancer or colon cancer, but 100% for prostate cancer. And the fact that it is for prostate cancer is very important because while the ketogenic diet may be good for brain cancer (glioblastoma), for example, that does not mean it is good for prostate cancer. And guess what? It is not.
For more information, the CM go HERE
For details on scheduling an appointment with me GO HERE.
- Go to The CM and download free information on the CM lifestyle. But don’t just read it, apply it.
- My prostate cancer book, Thrive, Don’t Only Survive
- Be a part of CaPLESS THRIVE Facebook Group
- Consider joining us at our next CaPLESS Events
- Private consultation with me either by telehealth or in-person- Contact Precious Sherman at Precious@drgeo.com
- All consults are $500.00. For more information GO HERE.