Thursday, October 6, 2016

10 Nice Diet To Prevent Prostate Cancer

2. Watermelon
Watermelon also is a good source of lycopene. It’s got vitamin C and beta-carotene that help rid your body of harmful cells that can lead to cancer.




3. Soy

Soy fills the body with isoflavones or plant estrogens. Studies hint that men with prostate cancer who eat soy have lower prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels. That’s good because high PSA levels can be a sign of prostate cancer.



 

4. Choose a low-fat diet
Foods that contain fats include meats, nuts, oils and dairy products, such as milk and cheese. In studies, men who ate the highest amount of fat each day had an increased risk of prostate cancer. 



 
5. Beans
Beans are high in fiber. And a high-fiber diet can help protect your body from colon cancer. Beans also are loaded with plant proteins, making it a healthy alternative to red meat. This is a wise swap because eating more than 18 oz. of beef, pork or lamb each week can raise your colon cancer risks.


 

6. Eat fish
Fatty fish — such as salmon, sardines, tuna and trout contain a fatty acid called omega-3 that has been linked to a reduced risk of prostate cancer.


 



7. Broccoli
Broccoli has lots of vital nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium and folate. It’s even rich in fiber to help lower your colon cancer risks. Research also shows that eating non-starchy vegetables, like broccoli, may lower your risks for oral, lung and stomach cancers.



 
8. Green tea
Green tea’s antioxidants may help cleanse your body of toxins and prevent abnormal cells from turning into cancer. Drinking green tea also gives you cancer-fighting nutrients that may prevent, or slow, cancer cells from growing in your colon, liver and prostate.
 


9. Garlic
Garlic is a flavorful vegetable that’s got the potential to protect your body from stomach and colon cancers.




 10. Eat plenty of yellow and orange vegetables
Consumption of carotenoid-rich yellow and orange vegetables including carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, winter squash and corn.




Attention: To avoid any potential allergies or interactions with your current medications, please consult a pharmacist or your doctor before taking the herbs.

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Sources
http://www.mdanderson.org/publications/focused-on-health/issues/2009-september/eight-prostate-power-foods.html
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/prostate-cancer/in-depth/prostate-cancer-prevention/art-20045641
http://www.drfuhrman.com/library/prevent_prostate_cancer.aspx

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