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Sugar and Your Prostate Health

Stay away from sugar as much as possible given sugar is nutrition-empty, promotes inflammation and cancer cells looooove to feed on sugar. The magic prostate gland thrives on healthy diet.

Howard Soule, Ph.D., Executive Vice President and Chief Science Officer at the Prostate Cancer Foundation says “Reducing processed sugar may turn out to be even more important for cancer prevention than treatment.”

Another renowned scientist Cantley believes that prostate cancer takes up sugar at a higher rate. "Try to keep your consumption of sugary drinks as low as possible.  Keeping sugar down is the best thing you can possibly do.”

Prostate Cancer Foundation, Prostate Cancer’s Sweet Tooth, by Janet Farrar Worthington, June 22, 2020.




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