Eat 3 cloves of garlic every week to protect the prostate
The British “Daily Mail” recently reported that British nutritionists and medical scientists have launched a special 50-page recipe-“Prostate Protection Recipes”.
Experts believe that foods that can prevent or stop the growth or spread of prostate cancer include garlic, onions and other allium vegetables, as well as broccoli and cauliflower.
A study found that male participants who ate multiple allium vegetables ate less than this type of vegetables and had a half-lower risk of prostate cancer.
The effect of shallots on preventing prostate cancer is particularly outstanding.
Men should eat at least 3 cloves of garlic or at least 3 onions, scallions, dried shallots, leek or chives at least 3 times a week.
Studies have also shown that cruciferous foods such as broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage all help prevent the spread of the prostate.
It is best eaten raw or cooked a little.
Tomatoes also have a role in heart disease and prostate cancer.
Studies have found that eating tomato sauce pasta every day for 5 weeks can reduce the level of a protein associated with prostate cancer growth by 1/5.
Among them, lycopene plays a key role.
So men had better eat tomatoes every day.
Other beneficial foods include: deep-sea fish, peas, beans, lentils, and tofu.
Foods that should be eaten in large quantities include fatty foods such as cream cakes and red meat.