Eat Your Vegetables
Eating more dark green veggies or cauliflower may reduce your risk of aggressive prostate cancer, a study in the Journal of the Nationa Cancer Institute found.
Researchers evaluated more than 1,300 prostate cancer patients for more than 4 years. They found those who ate more than one serving a week of broccoli and cauliflower, as well as other vegtables in the cabbage family, like collards, kale and brussell sprouts, reduced their risk of aggressive prostate cancer.Â Â
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