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Nutritional guide for preventing Prostate Cancer

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Mediterranean diet may prevent prostate cancer

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Mediterranean diet may prevent prostate cancer 14 Feb 2009 The traditional Cretan Mediterranean-style diet, based on a variety of plant foods, may help prevent prostate cancer, according to a revi READ MORE
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Health/Mediterranean_diet_may_preve...

Low-Carb Diet May Slow Prostate Tumor Growth:Mouse study could have implications...

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Low-Carb Diet May Slow Prostate Tumor Growth Mouse study could have implications for humans, researchers say Posted 11/13/07 TUESDAY, Nov. 13 (HealthDay News) -- In mice, a low-carbohydrate die READ MORE
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Fight Cancer With These 10 Foods

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Fight Cancer With These 10 Foods Posted on January 22nd, 2009 in Nutrition by admin Fight Cancer With These 10 Foods More than a third of all cancers could be prevented by changes in diet and exerc READ MORE
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Fight Cancer with Brussels Sprouts

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Fight Cancer with Brussels Sprouts Evidence is mounting that Brussels sprouts keep the body free from cancer by promoting healthy DNA. DNA is responsible for cell division in the body. If DNA gets READ MORE
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Prostate Cancer and Nutrition

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Nutrition & Prostate Cancer Day after day, the effects of dietary and lifestyle changes on the development and progression of prostate cancer are being discussed and explored by leading researche READ MORE
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Many foods are thought to help prevent cancer. Your diet matters and here are foods that help: Since these substances work synergistically, it’s best to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables rather than relying on one particular produce item to serve as a magic bullet against disease. That said, recent studies have uncovered specific benefits in the following foods that would recommend making them a part of any healthy diet. 1. Tomatoes: Lycopene, also found in watermelon and pink grapefruit, has been linked to lower risk of prostate, ovarian and cervical cancer. It also targets the free radical that is implicated in lung and digestive cancers. 2. Broccoli sprouts: One forkful triggers a cascade of antioxidant activity that lasts for days. 3. Berries: Blueberries, cranberries, cherries, raspberries, strawberries, grapes - all rich in anthocyanins that repair and protect DNA. 4. Soybeans: Isoflavones such as genistein may help prevent and treat prostate cancer and may reduce breast cancer risk 5. Tea: Both black and green contain powerful compounds shown in countless studies to lower the risk of several types of cancer. 6. Pumpkin: This unsung super-food is a super-rich source of both beta-carotene and alpha-carotene, two hard-working carotenoids that combat lung and ovarian cancer. 7. Spinach: Popeye’s favorite may help ward off cancers of the liver, ovaries, colon and prostate. The active antioxidant lutein is also found in kale and other leafy greens. 8. Garlic: Allium veggies (which also include onions and scallions) work to get your body’s own antioxidant defense systems in gear. This process provides protective benefits against stomach, esophageal and breast cancers. 9. Pineapple: The enzyme bromelain may inhibit the growth of malignant cells in both lung and breast cancer, while the phenolic compounds also provide a protective benefit. 10. Apples: Can one a day help keep cancer at bay? Studies show quercetin may reduce the risk of lung cancer and impede growth of prostate cancer cells. Other antioxidants together with pectin help halt colon and liver cancer cell replication.
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