Your body always gives out what you consume on a daily basis. The lifestyle conditions and diseases that you are suffering from are highly linked to your daily diet. Excessive consumption of some foods can increase your risks of getting prostate cancer as a man.
Here are the three foods that you should avoid if you want to keep prostate cancer at Bay.
High intake of dairy products
Regular consumption of large amounts of dairy products such as almond milk, cashew milk and rice milk may increase your risk of developing prostate cancer. Also according to research low - fat and skim milk have the ability to increase the risk of low - grade stages of prostate disease.
Studies also suggests that drinking whole milk may increase the spread of fatal prostate cancer.
Excessive alcohol consumption
As much as alcohol is good for your stomach, kindly consume it in moderation. Excessive consumption of alcohol can increase your chances of developing prostate cancer. Studies show that, if you consume more than 3 drinks a day, you are likely to be diagnosed with advance prostate cancer.
Diet rich in red and processed meat
Red cooked meat contains a substance known as heterocyclic amines (HCAs), which are usually formed due to high temperature while cooking the meat. When excessive consumed the HCAs can lead to prostate cancer and other several cancers.
NOTE: All the above mentioned foods are very healthy and good for your health, but if excessively consumed they can affect your general well-being.
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