Yep, there is! I can hear you thinking ‘If there’s a prostate health diet, there must be one for every organ in the body?
The key is to follow one good one and include foods for prostate health. Your jaw will drop when you realise just how much this benefits your whole body!
You may already have discovered that a prostate health diet should include grape seed extract, pumpkin seeds, lycopene etc. Grape seed extract and lycopene (from tomatoes) can be purchased as vitamins or supplements, and you may wish to do that in order to load up a deficiency if you know you have one.
What better medicine is there than,
In general, a healthier diet is about increasing fruit, vegetables, beans and lentils (plant protein) and reducing or eliminating meat, fish and dairy (animal protein). Of course, preparing veg takes effort and time and so does recovery from a lifetime of poor eating habits and the food choices that have helped to put you in this worried place of prostate disease. Is the effort worth your future health?
The design of your body is as original as the whole, unprocessed food you now seek. It makes sense that they can support each other, but sadly, we have mis-managed both. It is time get back to basics and re-learn a love of food for good prostate health and a healthy whole body.
One step at a time. Write down honestly how much sugar you eat in a day. Stare at it until you believe it. Then look at how much refined food you eat in a day (anything processed). You may find this hard at first because almost everything you eat might contain sugar or have been refined.
Socrates, Benjamin Franklin and my mum!