Tuesday, March 17, 2009

By Hector Milla

Cancer Centres in USA compared the lifetime sun exposure in men with advanced prostate cancer and men without disease and they suggest that men who had spent more time in the sun they lives were with low risk of prostate cancer.

Many researches have been done in this field, However, new studies in prostate cancer indicate that the men who spent more time in the sun in their live usually can reduce prostate cancer in about 50 per cent.

About the above point, researches shown that the prostate uses Vitamin D to promote the normal growth of prostate cells and in consequence to slow the spread of prostate cancer cells to others parts of the body.

Sun exposure prevent prostate cancer and the new research suggest vitamin D in supplement may be a safer option today for men. Consequently, it is advisable at time sun exposure.

Previous studies have shown that many places which long winter like Canada and North America men do not adsorb Vitamin D and others nutrients.

In Canada men do not adsorb vitamin D, and in consequence one of the seven can develop prostate cancer in their lives; United States new researches indicate that one of the five men can develop prostate cancer.

Researchers shown that vitamin D has many micronutrients that promote and prevent the prostate cancer in men.

To sum up; it is recommendable a suitable dose of vitamin D and to take sun in a responsible manner can considerably reduce the risk of develop prostate cancer.

Hector Milla at http://www.cancer-10.com has published several articles about cancer treaments, website associated with http://www.asbestos-10.com

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