Penn Herb Wellness Guide
Prostate Cancer Prevention
- Eat risk-reducing foods
Add plenty of tomato, soy, cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli, kale, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts), and fish to your meals
- Try vitamin E as mixed tocopherols
50 IU a day of this supplement may help lower prostate cancer risks
- Take time for a checkup
See your doctor once a year for a prostate exam that can help detect disease before it becomes advanced
- Try lycopene
4 mg twice per day for a year has been has been shown to improve precancerous conditions in at-risk people
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