Glutathione Reduced His PSA Readings for Prostate Cancer

Can Glutathione Precursor help with reducing PSA readings in cases of prostate cancer?

Glutathione Precursor raises glutathione. Read how raising his glutathione helped a 68 year-old semi-retired doctor named Franklin here.

The following case study is taken from Dr. Jimmy Gutman's latest bestseller- "Glutathione - Your Key to Health", page 201:

"Franklin was a semi-retired general practitioner who at age 68 scored a PSA reading of over 8 micrograms/liter on a routine screening exam, suggesting a high possibility of prostate cancer. In continued tests, a urologist took a cystoscopic biopsy and confirmed the diagnosis. Four out of Franklin's six biopsy sites tested positive for high-grade tumor.

For personal and practical reasons, Franklin delayed aggressive treatment and opted to take 30 grams/day of a specially-prepared whey-protein isolate that raises glutathione levels.

Bimonthly PSA levels showed a gradual decline, his latest reading being 3.8 u/L. He is still being closely followed by his urologist, and his decision to undergo chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or surgery will be deferred unless his PSA levels rise again."

Franklin took a whey-protein isolate which raised his glutathione, and reduced his PSA readings. You can learn more about Glutathione Precursor and all the ways to raise glutathione here.

You can learn more about glutathione and cancer research here.

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Mar 02, 2011
Whey Protein and PSA
by: Anonymous

I used whey protein regularly for a period of several months and then had my PSA tested at 4.1 (which was 2.7 the year prior).

I stopped using the whey protein and it dropped the next year to 3.5.

The following year I resumed the whey protein and again, the PSA tested high, this time at 8.2.

Do you know if whey protein contributes to a high PSA or not?



I do not know if there is a connection between whey protein and PSA, although you may want to check with your doctor as to why this may be happening.


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