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Herbal help for prostate health: September’s Prostate Cancer Awareness Month has passed, but it’s no reason to slack on maintaining health, especially … healing): An article from: New Life Journal

Herbal help for prostate health: September's Prostate Cancer Awareness Month has passed, but it's no reason to slack on maintaining health, especially ... healing): An article from: New Life Journal
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This digital document is an article from New Life Journal, published by New Life Journal Media LLC on October 1, 2008. The length of the article is 977 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.Citation DetailsTitle: Herbal help for prostate health: September's Prostate Cancer Awareness Month has passed, but it's no reason to slack on maintaining health, especially when you can turn to herbs.(herbal healing)Author: Rachel NowakowskiPublication: New Life Journal (Magazine/Journal)Date: October 1,... [Read More]

Food Suggestions For Maintaining Prostate Health

Maintaining good prostate health is as easy as eating the right foods!

 

More and more, men over 50 are developing an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer. Men are well advised to have their prostate checked every year, once they reach the age of 50. If you have a family history, it may be a good idea to start having these checks at an earlier age.

However, there's a lot you can do to maintain prostate health on your own. There's quite a bit of evidence that suggests that the foods you eat have much to do with maintaining good and health prostate. A prostate health diet rich in certain foods may well mean that you will never have to worry about prostate problems.

Interestingly enough, these foods do more than benefit your prostate health. From a holistic standpoint, the healthier you are overall, the better your whole body functions, including the prostate.

At the top of the list is the soybean. The traditional diet in Japan includes plenty of soy and it's well documented that the incidence of prostate and breast cancer among the Japanese is quite low. Tofu, which is sold in blocks like cheese, comes in various textures, from soft to extra firm.
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