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Prostate Cancer: Dear Men Stop Eating These 4 Foods in Excess

Prostate cancer is a leading cause of death in men, according to research. As painful as it is that so many people fail to notice the obvious signs of prostate cancer, it is even more frustrating. When people mistakenly believe they have something else, they visit their local pharmacy and begin treating the symptoms or a completely unrelated illness that has nothing to do with the underlying problem.

For your benefit, I'd like to give you some advice: if you attempt to treat any illness with self-medication and the symptoms persist, don't waste any more of your money before consulting a doctor.

Let's get back to business. Before I tell you the foods that can increase your risk of developing prostate cancer, here are some of the symptoms you should look out for.

Prostate cancer is a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men. If you see semen in your urine regularly, you should see a doctor.

Your urine should be clear of blood and other whitish substances.

Urination frequently, even at night.

Having difficulty urinating because of pain and discomfort.

Cancer cells are pressing hard against the urethra through which urine flows out of the bladder; this is why you feel pain and difficulty urinating

It's important to note that a sudden erection without being sexually aroused can indicate that your reproductive system is malfunctioning.

Please keep in mind that the signs and symptoms listed above are only warning absolute indicators of prostate cancer.

In order foForatment, this is only a recommendation to see a doctor if you notice that they can identify the root cause of the symptoms.

Foods that may increase your risk of developing prostate cancer include:

1. Pork, beef or cow, lamb sausages and hot dogs are examples of red meats that have been overcooked

This food is particularly important in the development of prostate cancer in genetically susceptible men, that is, men with a family history of prostate cancer.

2. You should only eat two eggs a week, especially for men, according to the book recommendations.

3. Foods with a lot of fat and cholesterol in them. If you don't want to increase your risk of developing prostate cancer, you should limit your consumption of cholesterol and fatty foods.

4. People who drink more than three bottles of alcohol a day are twice as likely to develop prostate cancer as those who don't drink at all, according to research.

When it comes to food, I'd rather not go into detail about how these foods cause or predispose to prostate cancer, so I won't go into that here either. However, make sure you only consume the bare minimum of these foods and adhere to the guidelines I've provided above.

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