3. Fish is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which can help fight your prostate cancer. Cold water fish is best–such as trout and mackerel. Make sure the fish isn’t charred or burned at all, and completely avoid fried fish. Instead, bake or grill the fish.
Grapes, especially red grapes, are highly recommended for prostate cancer patients, as are dark, leafy green vegetables. Other cancer-fighting vegetables include cauliflower and cabbage. Tomatoes are fantastic cancer fighters; they contain lycopene, which combats the growth of prostate cancer. Your tomato intake can come from fresh tomatoes, but also from tomato paste, pizza sauce and even ketchup.
Avoid foods high in calcium. High-calcium foods can potentially stimulate the further growth of prostate cancer. Foods high in calcium include eggnog, milk (low-fat, skim, whole), cheese, yogurt, salmon, almonds, peas, broccoli, baked beans, white beans, turnip greens, spinach, collard greens, sardines and rhubarb.
Try to reduce the amount of animal fat in your diet. That means cutting back or completely eliminating red meat and high-fat dairy. Excess fat stimulates the growth of prostate cancer. In addition, avoid trans-fatty acids, also known cancer stimulants. Margarine, baked foods and fried foods fall into this latter category.
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