In this Foods4Health video, we get a look at seven different foods which are recognized as being bad for prostate health. Looking after your prostate is critical, and even more so as you age. Addressing your diet and taking care of the rest of your physical health is a great way to protect your prostate and try to avoid conditions such as benign prostate hyperplasia and prostate cancer.
While staying healthy overall and keep your body weight within the accepted range for your height will help to reduce the risks of prostate problems, many problems simply occur with age. Regular visits to your doctor for tests relating to the health of your prostate are highly recommended as you get older. In particular, yearly PSA tests and digital rectal examinations will help to catch prostate problems very early on so they can be treated quickly and efficiently. Read more about prostate health here.
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