With a doubling time of 7 months and treatment failure in
early 2013, my PSA should be slightly above 100. Instead,
my PSA's in late 2017 were 0.461, 0.448, 0.455 and 0.447.
More recent PSA's are 0.442, 0.435, 0.416, and 0.427. I'm
using no treatment than diet and modest exercise.
For breakfast, I have a small portion of steel cut oatmeal,
cooked with minimal water, and have with walnuts and
and about 5 raspberries. That works fine. I have totally
killed the diet (PSADT returns to 7 months) by:
1. presoaking the oats
2. adding extra water when cooking
3. adding extra (almond) milk when eating and
4. adding too many berries.
In each case, the diet once again worked upon reversal.
With sensitivities such as this, how can diet related trials/studies
be of value?