Study found that zinc content in succus prostaticus and seminal plasma is very low in the most of prostatitis sufferers. In particular, decline of zinc content is more obvious in the sufferers with chronic bacterial prostatitis. zinc content in blood and succus prostaticus is related to antibiosis and sterilization of prostate. When zinc content declines, prostate’s antibiosis ability will decline and defensive ability on inflammation will fall too. Accordingly, it easily caused infection of prostate.
Apple is not only a nutritional fruit that people love eating, but also valuable in medicine. In particular, it has two-ways regulation on cholesterin. It can not only decline cholesterin, but also put right cholesterolemia, having excellent prevention on Heart cranial vascular disease. Latest research carried on by experts shows that apple can prevent and cure prostatitis.
Experts learned inspiration from curative effect of treatment of zinc deficiency with cider and applied it to treatment of chronic prostatitis. Compared with treatment of medicine containing zinc, cider is more curative effect than medicine containing zinc. The higher Cider’s chroma is, the better curative effect. Therefore, sufferers with chronic prostatitis should often eat apples. This is a rather effective dietetic treatment. What is more, some food with high zinc content like muscle, egg, peanut, walnut kernel, sesame, Pine nut and Sunflower seeds etc. also contain high zinc content. Patients should choose to eat based on their own situation. This can not only have excellent adjunctive therapy on prostatitis, but also obviously help to promote and recover sexual function.
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