A study published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Diabetics suggests that certain dietary modifications can help prevent prostate cancer. Evidence-based review implies that a diet low in fat and red meat and high in fruits/vegetables is considered beneficial in preventing and treating prostate cancer. [Read: Prostate Cancer Prevention with Diet]
Dietary Modifications for Prostate Cancer Risk Reduction
Some foods aggravate the development of cancer while others lessen the risk of cancer. There is no specific anti-cancer diet to lower the risk of colorectal cancer and other such cancers, but slight dietary changes may prove helpful.
Here are some dietary recommendations for lowering prostate cancer risk:
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