The content of your diet has a whole lot of things to determine about your health and body function. Foods consumed containing the major nutrients for organs function in the body, determine the health condition of your body organs as eating certain foods can either make them very healthy or degrade their health.

Several illnesses and health conditions in the body system can be directly linked to the kinds of food consumed.

A lot of illnesses and health conditions that were not that common in ancient times are now the order of the day, which is a result of the evolution of foods from very natural healthy foods eaten in ancient times to adulterated, over-processed, and artificial foods which are now the most common and accessible. These unhealthy foods consumed nowadays have been resulting in so many illnesses and health conditions like prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer is a very serious disease and illness which has been affecting a very large number of men around the world. It comes along with severe symptoms like urinary problems, serious pains, and erectile dysfunction which can cause infertility and end up in impotency.

If you want to reduce your risk of prostate cancer, consider trying to:

  • Choose a low-fat diet. Foods that contain fats include meats, nuts, oils and dairy products, such as milk and cheese.In some studies, men who ate the highest amount of fat each day had an increased risk of prostate cancer. This doesn’t prove that excess fat causes prostate cancer. Other studies haven’t found this association. But reducing the amount of fat you eat each day has other proven benefits, such as helping you control your weight and helping your heart.To reduce the amount of fat you eat each day, limit fatty foods or choose low-fat varieties. For instance, reduce the amount of fat you add to foods when cooking, select leaner cuts of meat, and choose low-fat or reduced-fat dairy products.
  • Increase the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat each day. Fruits and vegetables are full of vitamins and nutrients that are thought to reduce the risk of prostate cancer, though research hasn’t proved that any particular nutrient is guaranteed to reduce your risk.Eating more fruits and vegetables also tends to make you have less room for other foods, such as high-fat foods.You might consider increasing the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat each day by adding an additional serving of a fruit or vegetable to each meal. Consider eating fruits and vegetables for snacks.
  • Reduce the amount of dairy products you eat each day. In studies, men who ate the most dairy products — such as milk, cheese and yogurt — each day had the highest risk of prostate cancer. But study results have been mixed, and the risk associated with dairy products is thought to be small.

Maintain a healthy weight

Men who are obese — a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher — may have an increased risk of prostate cancer. If you are overweight or obese, work on losing weight. You can do this by reducing the number of calories you eat each day and increasing the amount of exercise you do.

If you are at a healthy weight, work to maintain it by exercising most days of the week and choosing a healthy diet that’s rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

Exercise most days of the week

Studies of exercise and prostate cancer risk have mostly shown that men who exercise may have a reduced risk of prostate cancer.

Exercise has many other health benefits and may reduce your risk of heart disease and other cancers. Exercise can help you maintain your weight, or it can help you lose weight.

If you don’t already exercise, make an appointment with your doctor to make sure it’s OK for you to get started. When you begin exercising, go slowly. Add physical activity to your day by parking your car farther away from where you’re going, and try taking the stairs instead of the elevator.

Aim for 30 minutes of exercise most days of the week.

Talk to your doctor about your risk

Some men have an increased risk of prostate cancer. For those with a very high risk of prostate cancer, there may be other options for risk reduction, such as medications. If you think you have a high risk of prostate cancer, discuss it with your doctor.

Here’s a look at the top five foods to eat for a healthy prostate:

Cruciferous Vegetables

This class of vegetables includes things like cabbage, bok choy, kale, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. 

Berries.

Berries are great source, particularly strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries. These fruits offer up powerful antioxidants known as anthocyanins.

Fish.

Tuna, shrimp, lobster, scallops, and “other” fish were more inflammatory than “dark-meat” fish like salmon or red snapper.

Cooked Tomatoes.

When a man eats a diet high in lycopene, for some reason, lycopene levels in the prostate go up.” Tomato sauce, paste, and juice can help our bodies make the most of this nutritional superstar. Even better: cook your tomatoes in olive oil, which helps the body absorb lycopene.

Coffee & Tea.

Men who drank seven cups of green tea per day had a decreased risk of prostate cancer.