Does Vasectomy Prevent Prostate Cancer?

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Weight control

It has been confirmed that obesity may increase your risk of prostate cancer at advanced stage that is relatively more difficult to treat.

Obesity is not only associated with this risk. It is associated with other life-threatening conditions such as heart attack and stroke.

So, there is no reason to ignore your weight’s scale! If you have healthy weight, keep it! But if you are being obese, lose it gradually!

Regular exercise

Exercise is not a program that you can set and forget. In other words, to gain the most benefit from exercise, you need to make it on regular basis and do it most days of the week!

According to some studies, men with regular exercise are less likely to have cancer of prostate. And it has been scientifically proved that exercise along with well-balanced diet is the best way to keep your weight off, too.

Don’t rely on supplements!

The goal of taking supplement is to cope with a deficiency of certain nutrient /substance in the body. For instance, if you have vitamin E deficiency, taking vitamin E supplement can be so helpful.

But if you take supplement for other goals (other than treating deficiency), this can be questionable! Even the good thing can be bad if you take it too much.

For instance, omega -3 fatty acids are healthy. But a new study found that taking too much fish oil supplements (they are high in omega-3s) might increase the risk of prostate cancer. You can read this controversial issue in here!

For this reason, it can be much healthier and safer if you full your diet with healthy foods. Healthy nutrients that you eat from foods are much better and cheaper than what you get through practical options such as taking supplements.

Moreover, experts believe that sticking with a healthy and well-balanced diet is more effective to prevent lots of disease, including prostate cancer. Your health is not instant process. Instead it is an investment in long term!

For other natural approaches to reduce the risk of prostate cancer, see this section!

Again, if you are really concerned about your risk of prostate cancer, speak with your doctor for more guidance!

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