Risk factors for developing prostate cancer are being over 65 years old, African-American, and having a father, son, or brother diagnosed with the disease. While you can’t prevent aging or change your race or family, you can make lifestyle changes reduce your risk.
My article Prostate Cancer and Nutrition–Is There A Link? published last week at EzineArticles explains it all.
For a quick recap, here’s what you–or the men you care about in your life–can do to reduce your chances of getting the most common type of cancer for men. Please read the whole article for the details.
Aim for a healthy weight and a slim waist
Eat less charred meat
- Green vegetables
- Green tea
- Vitamin E
Saw Palmetto: no effect
Share it with the men you care about…