Eat These Foods to Possibly Help Prevent Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in men, more than 180,000 cases are diagnosed each year.

According to Doctors diet can be a factor! That means men that we can have some control over this!

Doctors say foods high in saturated fats found in meat and dairy products can help to prevent Prostate Cancer.

Broccoli: Rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals that may prevent cell changes contributing to cancer. (Learn more about the benefits of Broccoli here: ).




Wild Caught Salmon: Lots of omega-3 fatty acids that can inhibit prostate cancer.





Brazil nuts: They have Selnium in them. Six to eight nuts contain 700% of a daily serving. (More about Selnium here. I’d suggest getting it through foods, then other methods.






Tomatoes: They have Lycopene in them. Men who eat 10 tomatoes a week may reduce their risk of prostate cancer by 18%. (Learn more about the benefits of Tomatoes here:  ).





Walnuts: They have been shown to reduce levels of the hormone IGF-1, which has been linked to prostate cancer.  (Find out more about the many wonderful benefits of Walnuts on this site: )




Carrots: They have Beta-carotene, which turns into vitamin A and has antioxidant properties. (Want more benefits of eating Carrots?  ).







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