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Book Review: “Preventing Prostate Cancer: Reduce Risk With Simple Proactive Choices”

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Posted on Dec 12, 2022, 5 p.m.

According to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Prostate cancer is the 2nd most frequent malignancy in men around the world with 1 in 41 men dying from the disease. The exciting news is that physicians and scientists are starting to believe that prostate cancer may be preventable through simple, proactive, and healthful lifestyle changes. 

Studies show that there are three common factors that have the greatest influence in preventing prostate cancer: periodic screening, physical activity, and body weight, each of these goals are within reach by making healthful lifestyle choices. Specific dietary and lifestyle changes can help to reduce the chances of developing prostate cancer by up to 50%. 

Preventing Prostate Cancer: Reduce Your Risk With Simple Proactive Choices helps readers to find out about key components of these common factors that can help to prevent cancer that can be found in nutrition and how to make effective dietary changes, as well as how weight reduction and daily exercise can decrease the fatality rate from this disease, and why routine screenings are important. 

Medical journals, research, and studies can be hard for some people to understand, this comprehensive resource includes research, studies, practical plant-based solutions, self-screening checklists, and other information that can help men make important proactive lifestyle changes that can significantly impact their health. 

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