Prostate cancer is common in men over the age of 50. As of 2002, there were almost 120 cases per 100,000 men in the United States, and that number increases considerably when prostate enlargement is included. Aside from leading to life-threatening prostate cancer, prostate enlargement can cause every day disturbances in urination and sexual activity, causing considerable physical and emotional discomfort. Just because you’re 25 doesn’t mean it isn’t time to start thinking about your prostate health. The food and lifestyle choices you make today can protect you from this common disease. Below is a list of some measures you can take towards natural prostate care.
Though genetics play a major role in your likeliness of developing prostate problems, diet is also closely linked with prostate health. Since obesity increases the chances of prostate cancer by 50%, experts recommend adopting a heart-healthy diet, which includes:
Increasing organic fruits and vegetables
Vegetables support prostate health with high levels of inflammation-fighting antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols, and fiber. According to The Prostate Health Program, developed by Daniel W. Nixon and Max Gomez, organic eating reduces exposure to cancer-causing pesticides (Read More....)