Green Vegetables May Prevent Prostate Cancer

Eating broccoli and cauliflower can slash a
man’s risk of developing aggressive prostate
cancer in half.

A team from the U.S. National Cancer Institute
and Cancer Care Ontario in Toronto conducted a
study of the diets of 1,300 men and found that
regularly eating broccoli and cauliflower cut
their risk of developing deadly prostate cancer
better than any other vegetable.

The team found that, overall, eating fruits and
vegetables didn’t appear to lower the risk of
prostate cancer, even though previous studies
have shown a link. But their study found that
eating at least one weekly serving of dark green
and cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli
and cauliflower, did, in fact, lower the risk of
developing aggressive prostate cancer.

A weekly serving of broccoli lowers the risk by
45 percent, and a weekly serving of cauliflower
cut the risk still more, by 52 percent. Eating
spinach also seemed to reduce the risk for prostate

“Aggressive prostate cancer is biologically virulent
and associated with poor prognosis,” said study leader
Dr. Victoria Kirsch. “A possible means to reduce the
burden of this disease may be primary prevention
through increased consumption of broccoli, cauliflower,
and possibly spinach.”

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One thought on “Green Vegetables May Prevent Prostate Cancer”

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