Irving, Texas – Jan 25, 2019 - Prostate cancer is a common type of cancer diagnosed in older men. All males are susceptible to contracting prostate cancer if they do not pay attention to their lifestyle. What we eat plays a big role in determining whether we contract cancer or not.
“Studies show that foods such as fish can reduce the risk of contracting prostate cancer by up to 11.0% percent,” says Dr. Echt. “In most regions where fish is highly consumed, the risk of contracting cancer is relatively low.”
The following are some tips on preventing prostate cancer:
- Selenium and Vitamin E – All foods with selenium and vitamin E content reduce the risk of contracting prostate cancer. Consider consuming more soybeans, milk, and tomatoes to lower your prostate cancer risk
- Physical exercise - This increases body respiration and the ability of the body to excrete toxic substances thus lowering the risk of prostate cancer.
- Regular checkups – It is advisable to visit your doctor regularly for a medical check-up. Early detection of prostate cancer increases one’s survival rate.
“Prostate cancer, like other types of cancer, can be caused by the kind of food we eat,” says Dr. Echt. “High intake of fats and dairy products increases your exposure to prostate cancer. One should add foods that improve their body immunity to their diet to help them live a healthy life.”
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