5 Foods That Protect You from Prostate Cancer
There is growing evidence that certain micronutrients,
more specifically antioxidants,
may help prevent some forms of cancer.
It has also been shown that lycopene and other antioxidants
reduce the risk of cancer.
Antioxidants may help shield against cancer and
heart disease by neutralizing harmful molecules known
as oxygen free radicals.
The potential importance of diverse antioxidants
in prostate cancer development is further supported
by recent results indicating decreased prostate cancer
incidence among men with increased exposure to
selenium and vitamin E supplements.
More and more research shows that antioxidants
in vegetables, particularly tomatoes and broccoli,
can lower prostate cancer risk, while foods from animals
may increase risk.
One dietary supplement which seems to dramatically
reduce prostate cancer risk is lycopene, especially found
in diets heavy in cooked tomatoes.
Lycopene is a phytochemical that is found in certain fruits
and vegetables like tomatoes and grapefruits.
Tomatoes also contain significant quantities of potassium,
as well as some vitamin A and vitamin E.
Also, tomatoes figure prominently in a Mediterranean type diet,
which includes plenty of fruits and vegetables and olive oil,
and lesser amounts of meats and animal fat.
These findings suggest that intake of lycopene or
other compounds in tomatoes
may reduce prostate cancer risk,
but other measured carotenoids are unrelated
Some scientists believe that rates of cancer
in the modern world are largely tied to the drastic
imbalances in our diets between Omega-6 and
Omega-3 fatty acids.
Omega-3 fatty acids are found in salmon and
other fatty fish, cold-water fish such as tuna,
trout, striped bass, sardines, and herring, and
are available in supplement capsules.
Omega-3 enriched eggs from hens fed rations
containing flaxseed are also very popular.
Omega-6 fatty acids are concentrated in corn,
sunflower and most oils in the
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