How to Prevent Prostate Cancer

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 Prostate cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in Argentina, and one in six men over age 50 develop the disease.

Each year, more than 3,800 men die of prostate cancer in Argentina, according to the National Cancer Institute.

These figures alone should concern middle-aged men.What is less known is that prostate cancer is a very manageable and preventable disease if you’re ready to make adjustments to your lifestyle and dietary changes necessary.

Do not wait until it’s too late. If you have 40 years or more, take note of the following steps to change your diet and get the optimal prostate health to prevent prostate cancer before you are in the highest risk group for this disease.

Eating Organic Foods for Optimal Health Prostate

Eat organic foods whenever possible, including varieties of fruits and raw vegetables. Please add many fresh herbs and spices to your diet, such as ginger .

Some foods that are especially good for prostate health are fruits and vegetables that are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, carotenoids and lycopene, such as tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli and green tea.

Avoid Simple Carbohydrates to Avoid Prostate Cancer

Make sure to reduce the amount of simple carbohydrates you consume. This includes sugar and fructose and grains.So avoid all sweets, processed foods, breads, pastas, pizzas, etc.. This will help to maintain optimal levels of insulin, which help reduce the risk of any cancer, not just prostate cancer.

Staying Away from Processed Meats, Dairy Pasteurized and Trans Fats

Highly processed or burned meats and pasteurized dairy products and trans fats are associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer and should definitely be avoided. Comé organic meats that are not cooked too.

Exercising Regularly to Prevent Prostate Cancer

Make sure to exercise regularly. This includes the exercise of the prostate (ie, having sex regularly). Exercise is crucial for your health and for the prevention and treatment of cancer, and prostate cancer is no exception.

Optimize your vitamin D levels

The benefits of vitamin D in cancer prevention and maintenance of optimal health are well documented in this site. The evidence shows that vitamin D is closely linked to a lower risk of prostate cancer. A study shows that those with higher levels of vitamin D in the blood are seven times less likely to die from prostate cancer. Now is the time to increase the levels of vitamin D. Read this article on how to get vitamin D from the sun .

Consider Taking a supplement of Vitamin K2

Another nutrient that has been found to provide significant protection against prostate cancer is vitamin K2. You can get vitamin K2 through dark green vegetables and even more in the fermented milk fermented soybeans. For men who are at risk of developing prostate cancer, we recommend you take a supplement of vitamin K2.

Check your Testosterone levels to Sean Not Too Low

One study, conducted by Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, shows that men with low testosterone levels are at increased risk of developing prostate cancer. Dr. Mercola recommends using 50mg of trans rectal DHEA cream twice a day if you have low levels.

Saw Palmetto Try Before Taking Drugs

The evidence on saw palmetto (or saw palmetto ) is quite positive, with about 100 clinical studies showing a lower incidence of prostate cancer after taking saw palmetto. It is said that saw palmetto combined with pumpkin seed or lycopene is even more powerful. Try the saw palmetto before taking one of the medications to the prostate, which can cause some very serious adverse reactions.

Try other Nutritional Therapies for Prostate Health

The following nutritional therapies have also been found highly beneficial in preventing and treating prostate cancer: vitamin E, lycopene (found in watermelon, raspberries and tomato-based foods), selenium, garlic and isoflavones .