Mediterranean Diet Reduces Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer, Study Says

Mediterranean Diet Reduces Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer, Study Says
Men who follow a Mediterranean diet — rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, fish, boiled potatoes, olives, and vegetable oil — have a lower risk of aggressive prostate cancer, a Spanish study shows. The findings, suggesting that a Mediterranean diet may have a protective effect in the development of aggressive prostate cancer, were published in the Journal of Urology. The study was titled  “Mediterranean Dietary Pattern is Associated with Low Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer: MCC-Spain Study." Prostate cancer is the second-most common cancer in men worldwide. Although its cause remains unknown, some stu
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