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TweetProstate cancer prevention through nutrition
Prostate cancer prevention through nutrition! Prostate cancer is a condition that is rising. There are ways you can change your diet now that will effectively reduce your chances of getting this disease later in life.
Prostate cancer is a disease that affects many men over the age of 50. If treated early prostate cancer isn't life threatening. There are ways you can change your diet now that will effectively reduce your chances of getting this disease later in life. After the age of forty, you should begin to get your prostate checked annually. If you are at risk it is important to get it checked earlier.
Here is a list of those who are at risk of getting prostate cancer.
Men over the age of 50
Those who have a history prostate cancer in their family
African American males
Excessive alcohol consumption
Have you had a vasectomy?
To prevent prostate cancer, you have start now and change your diet and lifestyle.
Eat a diet low in fat. This has many other benefits such as weight loss, more energy, and reduced chance of heart disease.
Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. They have antioxidants and phytochemicals that will reduce your chance of getting prostate cancer. Among them are lycopenes. Lycopene is present in tomatoes, watermelon, and grapefruit. Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant that has been shown to prevent the development of prostate cancer as well as many other cancers.
Recent studies have suggested that vitamin A supplementation has been linked to a reduced cancer risk. Again eating plenty of fruits and vegetables can help. Foods such as apricots, carrots, and cantaloupes have a high amount of Vitamin A.
Cut out the alcohol. If you insist on drinking, limit yourself to two drinks per day. Alcohol increases your chance of many cancers and can lead to heart disease.
Since prostate cancer can be survival if diagnosed early, it is important that you go to the doctor annually. You should also look for the following symptoms:
Difficulty having sex
Blood in your urine
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TweetDamn, having a vasectomy increases your risk? I guess I'll pass on that.