The probability of prostate cancer increases with age and family history.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 17, 2014
The probability of prostate cancer increases with age and family history. Along with regular screening and examination, a healthy diet could decrease the risk of prostate cancer. In this episode of Epicure with the Chef MDs, renowned Chef Vikram Sunderam of Rasika joins GWMFA Urologist Dr. Paul Rusilko to prepare a delicious Fish Moilee.
Dr. Rusilko points out key differences in our western diets that influence risk of prostate cancer, uncommonly found in Asian countries. While western cultures serve up dishes full of fatty acids and artificial substances, Asian cultures use natural ingredients to bring out intense flavors. With natural ingredients such as ginger, green chilies and curry leaves, Chef Sunderam creates a healthy dish with bold flavors. Chef Sunderam and Dr. Rusilko use grouper as the main ingredient. Fish is common in traditional Asian diets and provides a healthy source of Omega 3.
This is the seventh episode of the second season of Epicure with the Chef MDs. This Telly Award-winning web series pairs DC’s famous chefs with specialists and physicians from The George Washington Medical Faculty Associates to create easy, healthy recipes. Each episode addresses a different dietary need or health benefit that come with changing one’s eating habits. Learn about previous Epicure recipes with the free downloadable cookbook.
Check out the latest episode of Epicure with Chef Vikram Sunderam and Dr. Paul Rusilko here.