Enlarged Prostate

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The swelling of the prostate is a condition that affects as many as 80% of men over the age of 50. The prostate is typically a size of a walnut but when it swells it can get as large as a grapefruit which you can imagine becomes quite uncomfortable. The national cancer Institute an American cancer Society recommended all men over 40 have a rectal exam once a year to screen for prostate cancer. Study focused on urology shows that men who consumed large quantities of redefined carbohydrates and meat had an increased risk of having a swollen prostate.

A healthy diet is one of the best ways that you can prevent and treat a swollen prostate

Green leafy vegetables which are rich in nutrients these are important as they are very high in antioxidants which help intern help prevent diseases.

Onions and garlic have been shown to reduce prostate swelling in addition to strengthening the immune system. They are rich in compounds called alliums which slow aging and promote a healthy prostate and prevent cancer.

Foods high in zinc are an essential mineral for prostate health as verified in the Indian Journal of urology. Zinc is easier to absorb and consume through food then when taking new supplements so enjoy foods that are high in zinc such as coca, spinach, mushrooms, cashews.

Foods high in omega three fatty acids is key for your Health and can aid in a healthy prostate. The best sources of omega-3 fatty acids are found in wild salmon macro sardines etc.

Foods high in lycopene can help lower your risk of prostate cancer it lowers antigens found in the blood which are connected to prostate inflammation and BPH. Full-time lycopene are tomatoes, guava‘s, grapefruit.

Health sources published in the journal of urology stated that soy can help lower the risk with sources of soy such as yogurt soy milk, soy beans.
Foods high in vitamin C or one of the best sources of vitamin C is through bell peppers, chili peppers, green peppers.

Remember to speak with your doctor.

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