URO TODAY: Contrary to popular belief, eating lots of well-done red meat does not promote prostate cancer risk, according to a new US study – but the researchers concede more research is needed. READ MORE>
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Posted in PROSTATE CANCER, PROSTATE RESEARCH, PROSTATE RISKS, Red meat, tagged benzo[a]pyrene., cancer research, catheter, grilling/barbecuing, heme iron, nitrite/nitrate, processed meat, prostablog, prostate, prostate blog, red meat, URO TODAY on November 5, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Alcohol, Dietary intervention, Omega 3 fatty acids, PROSTATE CANCER, PROSTATE RISKS, Red meat, Vitamin E, tagged baked foods, dairy foods, Dairy products, Excess calories, Excessive alcohol, foods rich in salt/sodium, fried foods, Natural remedies, NUTRA LEGACY.COM, preserved foods, prostablog, prostate, prostate blog, PROSTATE CANCER, red meat, red meats, top 10 dietary no-nos, Vitamin E, zinc supplements on October 12, 2009| 1 Comment »
NUTRA LEGACY.COM: Dairy products, fried foods, red meat, preserved foods and those rich in salt/sodium are among the top 10 dietary no-nos if you don’t want to get prostate cancer, according to this website. READ MORE>
Although it’s difficult to tell who these people are (looks suspiciously like a PR/lobby group), their message makes sense. Here’s their top 10 things to avoid:
- Dairy foods.
- Fried foods.
- Baked foods.
- Red meats.
- Excessive preserved foods.
- High salt/sodium foods.
- High dose zinc supplements.
- High dose Vitamin E.
- Excess calories.
- Excessive alcohol.