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June 21, 2009
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A disease that can only occur in men, as the prostate is exclusively of the male reproductive tract, Prostate Cancer occurs when cells of the prostrate mutate and begin to multiply out of control. It can be very painful, and a person who suffers from it may have difficulty in urinating and experience erectile dysfunction. In the US alone, more than 2 million men have this cancer, it’s probably why drugs for virility have been very popular.  Based on studies, this type of cancer is least common among Asian men and most common among black men, with figures for white men in-between. It develops most frequently in men over fifty.

According to experts, it is advised for men 40 years and over to include fish high in omega-3 (like tuna and salmon) in your diet. Omega-3 contains antioxidants which help fight cancer-causing cells. Eating sardines at least 2 times in a week may also help lower the risk of having prostate cancer.

orange fruits2aAdding lots of veggies in your diet will not only give you a sense of fullness and help your brain function well.  Choose the orange and red varieties, they are not only good for your eyes and heart, they also promote urinary tract health, and men who love eating them are less likely to develop the cancer.

Beans like Black Pinto and kidney are high in fiber and will help your body get black pinto1rid of excess testosterone.  They are also rich in inositol pentakisphosphate, a cancer-fighter.  Soy milk is a healthy alternative to cow’s milk, which is known to increase the risk of prostate cancer.  All these healthy foods can be your ammunition against prostate cancer.  Experts believe that this disease may be prevented with diet alone, adding the foods mentioned above in your diet may lower your risk and prevent you from taking Cialis.

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2 responses to “Preventing Prostate Cancer”

  1. As of 2002, women too have a prostate… According to The Seattle Times: “In 2002, what was once an obscure female anatomical feature known as the paraurethral glands, or Skene’s glands, was officially renamed the prostate by the Federative International Committee on Anatomical Terminology.”
    Apparently it’s one of the side effects of women’s rights….
    .-= Mike @ Prostate Health Supplements´s last blog ..Alternative Prostate Treatment =-.

  2. I think you made some good points in your post.

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