Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide. Five year survival rates are around 60 percent.
According to a report published by the World Cancer Research Fund in November 2007, foods containing lycopene and selenium probably protect against prostate cancer. Foods containing calcium are a probably cause of prostate cancer.
Healthy Eating Guidelines Look for recommendations on healthy eating from various countries. Free tools can also be found here to help keep track of your eating habits.
Parts of this Cancer Diet and Nutrition Manual is adopted from "The Nutrition Guide: For People Living with Cancer" and "Healthy Eating: Reducing your Risk of Cancer" published by the Canadian Cancer Society.
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