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Add Beans to Your Diet and Reduce Risks of Prostate Cancer

We know that drastically changing your diet can reduce your risk of developing prostate cancer. Changing your diet and working seems to be the best way to reduce the risk of this type of cancer in men. It has been suggested that Vitamin A, Beta-Carotene, Selenium are good things to add and foods like brussel sprouts, tomatoes, green tea, cabbage, cauliflower, peanut and broccoli.

These are all great suggestions and other studies from some people in the UK seem to point to nuts. Fat reduction is said to be important, fatty foods contain; saturated, unsaturated, or unsaturated fatty acids. But when studied, it seems to be more of a concern to reduce other cancers than prostate cancer and although you really should reduce fat intake of this type, it is not as important for reducing prostate cancer risk. It has been found that those who eat peanuts on a regular basis like twice a week or more reduce the risk of prostate cancer by a little more than 35%, which is quite significant.

In addition, sun exposure can be helpful, possibly from Vitamin D. So, maybe you might want to add beans to your garden along with other foods suggested by various studies and raise yourself outside in the sun? And as you think about it, why not go for some tests, after all catching prostate cancer is the easiest way to stop it. Think about it.



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