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Good Prostate Health Foods

The prostate gland is about the size of a walnut and wraps around the tube that carries urine out of the bladder. It grows during puberty and slowly begins growing again around age 40. In many men it doesn't stop.

If the prostate gland gets too large, it can cause health issues. By taking steps to protect and help keep the prostate healthy, you can help reduce the risk of major prostate problems now and later in life.

Keep Your Prostate Healthy

By taking care of yourself, natural prostate health is acheivable. Consuming natural and organic foods (non-processed foods) benefits overall health. Certain foods for prostate health have been identified and are listed below. Additionally, certain foods should be avoided.

By maintaining a healthy prostate thorughout your entire life, you may reduce the risk of cancer. There is no guarantee, however studies have shown that by protecting and nourishing the prostate, odds of future problems can be reduced.

The best "health insurance" you can have for a healthy prostate is plenty of moderate exercise, maintaining an ideal weight and consuming a healthy diet rich in good prostate health foods.

Prostate Health Foods: What to Eat/What to Not Eat

Consume Plenty of:

  • Tomatoes, red grapefruits, watermelons and berries
  • Vegetable oils, eggs, wheat germ, whole-grain products, nuts and seeds for vitamin E
  • Tofu and other soy products to help prevent enlarged prostate symptoms
  • Fruits and vegetables for antioxidants
  • Fish, shellfish, lean meat, yogurt, legumes and other zinc-rich foods
  • Fluids to flush the bladder

Cut Down on:

  • Fatty foods, especially animal products


  • Alcohol, caffeine, spicy foods and other substances that irritate the urinary tract
  • Excessive weight gain
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