Did Dr. Oz accidently send you down the Yellow Brick Road to cancer?
You know, I'd give just about anything to click my heels together three times and send the great and powerful Dr. Oz to Kansas, Outer Mongolia, or some floating iceberg where you'd be free from his crockpot medical advice.
I mean, just because these days he occasionally says something nice about vitamins, are we supposed to forget that Oz has spent most of his career as a Cowardly Lion shilling for the latest risky mainstream surgery or Big Pharma wonder pill? And more often than not, he ends up looking more foolish than a man chasing his hat in a hurricane anyway.
He was wrong when he recommended a low-calorie starvation diet to his audience... and when he touted the lifesaving benefits of mammograms. And, brother, was he ever off-base about melatonin.
It's been two years since Oz had a hissy fit on his show about using melatonin, a natural hormone and one of the safest, most effective sleep aids ever invented. Now, it turns out, if you followed his advice and tossed your melatonin, you could find yourself headed down the yellow brick road to cancer.
A new Harvard study has found that keeping your melatonin levels healthy could slash your risk of the deadliest form of prostate cancer by an astounding 75%! In the study of nearly 1,000 men over seven years, fellas with the highest melatonin levels were a third less likely to develop any form of prostate cancer, and a whopping three-fourths less likely to suffer from advanced prostate cancer.
For more than 15 years now I've been telling readers that a combination of melatonin and HGH could be a safe permanent CURE for age-related sleep disorders. Looks like I might need to add prostate cancer to that list.
If you suffer from a lack of sleep eye don't let the wizard scare you away from life-saving melatonin a moment longer. Because when you get past the bellowing and peek behind the curtain, you'll see exactly what Dorothy saw -- Oz isn't really a wizard after all.