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Natural Healthcare of prostate

As knowledge about nutrition, natural supplements and alternative medicine continue to become more accepted, diet and supplements can be looked at to prevent and treat issues regarding the prostate gland.

 
Certain foods will not only improve prostate health, they can lead to many other health benefits. Classified as "super foods," these items possess many therapeutic uses that promote healing and wellness.
 
Fruit
Fruit is also good for the prostate gland. Fruits contain natural sugars that have a protective effect on the prostate gland and lycopene, a natural chemical compound with a wide range of benefits. Lycopene gives fruits and vegetables a deep red color; the deeper the red indicates a higher presence of this compound.
A recent study found lower instances of prostate cancer in men who ate diets rich in fruits and vegetable with high lycopene concentrations.
 
Soy
Soy is a compound derived from the common soybean. For years it was thought to only benefit women's health, but new research shows soy-derived products can also be of advantage to the prostate. A common ingredient in vegetarian and vegan dishes, soy is a versatile food that easily absorbs the flavors of other foods. Soy burgers, cheese and other products with high soy content can even taste like meat and poultry.
The healthiest way to eat soy is unprocessed, in the form of soybeans, tofu or powdered soy genistein, which contains most active soy chemicals and can be excellent at preventing cancers.
 
Saw Palmetto
Saw palmetto is an inexpensive herb that is believed to help men with enlarged prostates. Although some studies refute this, anecdotal evidence to the contrary is difficult to dismiss.
 
Foods to Avoid
Just as some foods are great for the health of your prostate, items such as milk can be a deterrent to keeping your prostate healthy. Older men should limit or avoid consumption of milk or dairy in general.
 
Summary
Eating a quality diet filled with a wide range of colorful fruits and vegetables and minimal amounts of red meat will have the greatest benefits on your general health as well as promote a long and healthy life with no prostate complications. Eating these foods daily will have an optimal effect on your prostate.

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