5 foods your prostate wants you to avoid

Saturated fats & Fried Foods

5 foods your prostate wants you to avoid

Doctors have known for quite some time that saturated fats are a leading contributor to prostate issues of all sorts.

Some tests for prostate issues focus on something called prostate-specific antigen (PSA).

This is a protein that the prostate produces and which is elevated when a prostate has developed cancer or some other issues.

Men who eat diets high in saturated fats have been shown to be far more likely to have elevated PSA levels and more likely for those levels to indicate a real issue.

While all friend foods are bad for the prostate, some studies have linked the beloved French fry as a leading diet issue.

When potatoes are friend, the amino acid they contain (called asparagines) is converted to acrylamide.

Acrylamide is a suspected carcinogen, and not something your prostate wants you to eat.

Avoiding fats in cooking is an easy way to cut saturated fats from your diet.

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