Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. Approximately 200,000 new cases are diagnosed every year and there are approximately 31,000 deaths from the disease annually.
Making dietary changes and exercising on a regular basis may slow the progress of prostate cancer.
Studies from around the world suggest that staying within a healthy weight range and eating more plant-based foods and fewer animal products can possibly delay or prevent the development of prostate cancer.
Men who take those nutritional supplements in certain doses actually suffer less prostate cancer and a lower mortality rate due to prostate cancer.
Researchers recommend that men increase their intake of these vitamins and minerals through whole foods. Seafood, meat and Brazil nuts are good selenium sources, while vegetable oils, sweet potatoes, avocados, and nuts are rich in vitamin E.
Men who consume higher levels of lycopene, a nutrient found in most tomato products, have also been shown to have a lower risk of prostate cancer. Our popular top selling ProstateCare contains 30mg of lycopene, which is more than any prostate remedy sold anywhere. Additionally it contains a proven formula that over 20,000 men have learned to rely on for relief of bothersome prostate symptoms.
–American Dietetic Association