Helping Men Better Understand Their Prostate

How Big Should My Prostate Be?

How Big Should My Prostate Be?

February 14, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

A man’s prostate gland varies greatly in size throughout his life. In childhood it remains small until puberty. At the onset of puberty it quickly grows, stopping around the age of 20.[1] A normal adult prostate gland weighs two-thirds to three-quarters of an ounce. It is triangular shaped. The dimensions are about 1.6 x 1 x 1.2 …

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3 Worst Foods for Prostate Health

3 Worst Foods for Prostate Health

February 1, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

There’s an old saying doctors have about the prostate gland: “It is a young man’s best friend and a mature man’s worst enemy.” That’s because before age 30, the prostate helps a man perform sexually and is generally trouble-free. But by age 50, the gland begins to grow—and it can devastate a man’s life. It can make …

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