Eat lots of whole grains and fresh vegetables, and get your
protein from beans, fish, and soy products. To keep chemicals
and pesticides out of your system, buy organic produce whenever
seeds are a traditional remedy for prostate problems, and for
good reason. They’re full of zinc, a nutrient that’s
necessary for good prostate health. You can snack on raw pumpkin
seeds throughout the day, but resist the urge to toast and salt
them. You’ll just add unwanted fat and sodium.
swelling, eat cold-water fish, flaxseeds (1 to 2 tablespoons
daily, along with 10 ounces of water), and flaxseed oil. These
foods are high in essential fatty acids, which are known for
their anti-inflammatory properties.
tea (decaffeinated) instead of coffee, as it promotes healthy
aforementioned flaxseeds daily, along with 10 ounces of water.
Flaxseeds contain a phytonutrient known as lignans, which balance
glass of clean water every two waking hours to keep fluid moving
through the urinary tract.
Foods to Avoid
Eliminate all fats that are saturated, hydrogenated, or partially
hydrogenated. These fats lead to inflammation and have been
closely linked with several prostate disorders.
Sugar wreaks havoc on hormone levels and worsens inflammation.
Radically restrict your consumption of refined sugar, or, better
yet, banish it from your diet altogether.
food is full of chemicals that may cause or contribute to prostate
problems. Stay away from it.
and caffeine. They are irritants to the prostate gland.
glands are highly sensitive to environmental and dietary toxins.
To flush waste out of the prostate, do a one- to three-day juice
fast. Focus on vegetable juices and broths—too much fruit
juice will throw your hormone levels out of balance.