Prostate Health Improves with Supplements and Lifestyle Changes, Reports MyVitaminGuide.com

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http://www.MyVitaminGuide.com (MVG), an online review of vitamins, supplements, herbal remedies and alternative medicine, reports today that men’s prostate health can be improved through dietary and lifestyle changes. The prostate health information found at http://www.myvitaminguide.com/prostate.html, not only provides information about supplements for prostate health, but lists several natural prostate health action steps that men can take to prevent or treat non-cancerous prostate disease. In addition, there are a number of supplements, dietary and lifestyle changes that appear to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.

– http://www.MyVitaminGuide.com (MVG), an online review of vitamins, supplements, herbal remedies and alternative medicine, reports today that men’s prostate health can be improved through dietary and lifestyle changes.

“The prostate health information found at http://www.myvitaminguide.com/prostate.html, not only provides information about supplements for prostate health, including herbs for prostate health, but lists several natural prostate health action steps that men can take to prevent or treat non-cancerous prostate disease. In addition, there are a number of supplements, dietary and lifestyle changes that appear to reduce the risk of prostate cancer,” said MVG CEO Sam Knoll.

“We report in our prostate health section that Beta-Sitosterol, Rye Pollen extract, Saw Palmetto and Quercetin are all possibly beneficial for non-cancerous prostate diseases, while Lycopene, Selenium and Vitamin E show promise for reducing the risk of prostate cancer,” Knoll said.

In addition to the supplements named, the website also recommends:

  • Avoiding alcohol, particularly beer
  • Eating more tomatoes because they contain the antioxidant, lycopene
  • Eating cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts – all cruciferous vegetables that tests show contain ingredients that help reduce the risk of prostate cancer
  • Eating more fish and less red meat and cured meats
  • Following a low fat diet
  • Eating and drinking more soy foods like tofu and soy milk
  • Maintaining a healthful body weight.

My Vitamin Guide’s prostate health section reports on more than seven specific nutritional supplements and herbs that studies show help maintain good prostate health. Numerous other supplements and dietary changes are also reviewed, along with extensive literature references to research that has been done on the use of these substances for improving prostate health and mitigating prostate disease.

About MyVitaminGuide.com (MVG)

MVG provides articles and reviews on vitamins, supplements, herbal remedies, and alternative health therapies. MVG was founded by Sam Knoll, a vitamin industry veteran and author of the e-book, How to Buy Vitamins. All information is available to the public at http://www.MyVitaminGuide.com

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