Did you know that approximately 25% of men in their forties have benign prostatic hyperplasia and by the time men are in their 70s, roughly 80% of men will have it? Here’s what you need to know.
About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, according to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. You’ll want to speak with your doctor about these specific nutrients if you are having prostate concerns.
In honor of Men’s Health Month, Amanda Williams, MPH brings you important information about the nutrients that support energy, stamina and libido and what you can do to support a healthy prostate.
On today’s episode, we are going to discuss additional changes you should implement throughout your life – especially dietary – that can help to reduce your risk of prostate cancer.
On today’s episode we will discuss things that men do every day that can increase their risk of developing prostate cancer and the lifestyle habits, foods and nutrients that may help to reduce it, based on the results of multiple human studies.
Photo by Hush Naidoo on Unsplash The Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test is a blood test that measures levels of a protein the prostate gland produces. Though many men with prostate cancer usually have high levels of this protein, this does not always indicate cancer for …