7 Tips For Prostate Cancer Prevention
Are there things you can do to help prevent prostate cancer? Perhaps you have just been diagnosed with a high PSA level and you want to know
how you can lower it?
I remember the day my Doctor told me that my PSA levels were too high and that it indicated I had a 1 in 4 chance of having prostate
I decided to throw muself into learning everything I could about prostate cancer prevention. It was not easy. There is so much hype and
misinformation online in relation to prostate cancer prevention that, at times, I felt like I was trying to swim through fast-setting cement.
Eventually, after several months of intensive research I discovered that there are indeed some simple, easy-to-apply things a man can do to
help get and maintain better prostate health.
If You Are Serious About Prostate Cancer Prevention, You might want to consider the following:
1. Lose Excess Weight. Losing weight is never easy and involves long-term lifestyle changes but it is well worth the efforts.
There have been numerous studies that have shown a direct link between excess weight and a higher increase in prostate cancer.
2. Stop Eating a High Fat Diet. Diets that are high in fat have been proven to be harmful to your health in general and this
also applies to your prostate.
Changing your diet can literally save your life. It is worth the effort! Something that might help is to remind yourself that you have people
that love you and people that you love. Do it for them as well as yourself.
3. I Strongly Suggest That You Eat More Of The Following Prostate-Friendly Foods:
- Whole grains
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Fish and Fish Oil
- Cauliflower Sprouts
- Olive Oil
- Fruit and Vegetables
- Red Clover
5. Exercise - Particularly Start Walking. Walking is one of the very best things you can do by way of exercise for a healthy
6. Quit Drinking Soda Pops and Alcohol. Both are poisons and can do your prostate harm.
7. Educate Yourself. One of the best things that you can do is educate yourself about the function, care and health of your
My own prostate cancer prevention plan involves walking (I do about 8 kilometers a day) I have also lost 61lbs in weight.
Was it easy? No.
Did I enjoy it? No.
At least not in the early stages. But the longer I stuck with the plan the better I started to feel.
I encourage you to take a proactive role in preventing prostate cancer in your own life.