The Project for Natural Health Choices Inc. Issues an Advisory for Men to Consume Flavonoids in their Diet to Protect Against Prostate Cancer

The Project for Natural Health Choices Inc. recommends eating fruits and vegetables as research conducted at the University of South Carolina and scheduled to be published at an upcoming meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research indicates that flavenoids may help protect against prostate cancer.

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Those whose diets included the highest amount of flavonoids were 25 percent less likely to have been diagnosed with the fastest-moving and harshest form of prostate cancer compared to those who had been taking in the fewest flavonoids.

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

The Project for Natural Health Choices Inc. issues an advisory suggesting that men consume a diet rich in flavonoids to protect against prostate cancer. This advisory is based upon a stream of new research in this area. A recent example of groundbreaking research was conducted by the University of South Carolina and presented at the last quartly meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research which indicated a higher intake of flavonoids can lower the risk of developing prostate cancer.

This particular study looked at an approximate 1900 patients who were recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. What the researchers found is that those whose diets included the highest amount of flavonoids were 25 percent less likely to have been diagnosed with the fastest-moving and harshest form of the disease compared to those who had been taking in the fewest flavonoids.

The researchers explained that flavonoids are found in vegetables, fruits, tea, wine, juices and cocoa. Recent other research has indicated that they may fight inflammation which has been linked to increased cancer risk.

Listed below foods are considered prime sources of flavonoids:

·         Black and green tea

·         Orange juice

·         Grapefruit juice

·         Strawberries

·         Onions

·         Cooked greens

·         Kale

·         Broccoli

The researchers also noted that although they believe that in addition to lowering the risk of getting a more aggressive kind of cancer that the flavonoids will help lower the risk of developing cancer in the first place.

This release has been sponsored by the Project for Natural Health Choices Inc., a natural health company that wants to help people improve their health through natural methods such as natural dietary supplements, exercise, and other natural therapies. To learn more about the Project for Natural Health Choices Inc. and “The Bill of American Health Rights" petition that fights to protect the constitutional right that people have to employ natural health practices which include the use of and access to natural health products, supplements, and therapies, go to http://www.naturalhealthchoicesproject.com/petition/.