Topher Webb – LTUAE

PSA – PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN & FUCOIDAN

*From the desk of Bill DeFalco

A long time contact of mine has been battling with a highly elevated PSA Score for several years. He refused to take any prescription medication to treat his condition because of his concerns about the potentially harmful side effects. I shared with him my story of how Sisel’s FuCoyDon Intensified lowered my PSA Score from 3.9 down to 1.9 (a PSA Score of 4.0 or higher indicates a greatly increased risk of Prostate Cancer). I had been telling him as far back as 5 years ago to try taking 3 servings daily of SISEL’s FuCoyDon Intensified for his very high Double-Digit PSA Score, but for all those years, he steadfastly pursued other products he believed were as good or even better.

Finally, after trying one nutritional supplement after another after another – and seeing that not only did his PSA Score not come down but instead, it continued to creep up higher and higher and higher – he finally agreed to take me up on my suggestion of trying 3 servings daily of FuCoyDon Intensified spread out throughout the day: morning, afternoon and before bed, with the serving size of 3/4 ounce, He recently informed me that after two months of taking three 3/4 ounce servings of FuCoyDon Intensified daily for two months – his PSA Score dropped down by 12 points! Needless to say he now more than believes in the effectiveness of SISEL’s FuCoyDon Intensified.

PSA stands for Prostate Specific Antigen. Antigens are substances the body generates in reaction to various things happening in the body. Antigen levels can be measured by blood tests. In men the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) is a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland. For men starting at age 50 to 55 doctors will begin having these patients tested annually for the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) level in the body. The PSA level is measured or scored in nanograms (ng) of PSA per milliliter (ml) of blood. So for example if the blood test indicates 1.0 nanogram of PSA per milliliter of blood (1.0 ng/ml) this translates to a PSA Score of 1. A PSA Score of 1 indicates a very low risk of prostate cancer. The PSA level (or Score) of 4.0 ng/ml is considered the “Red Line” since PSA Scores of 4.0 and higher indicate that the risk of getting prostate cancer is greatly increased.

When a male patient’s PSA Score is 4.0 or higher, doctors will typically prescribe drugs to lower the PSA Score. But as with all prescription drugs there are the dangerous side effects which can cause other problems in the body. Fucoidan is proving to be a powerful natural alternative to prescription drugs for lowering PSA Score. SISEL’s FuCoyDon Intensified is made with 20 unique and exclusive formulation and manufacturing Patents that make it the purest, and the most potent Fucoidan supplement in the world.

On the website of the US National Library of Medicine there are over 1,200 scientific studies on fucoidan. Among these many studies is a study that specifically states: ” . . . fucoidan might have the potential for the treatment of prostate cancer”. You can see this study by clicking on the following link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=fucoidan+prostate+cancer

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