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Reduce or Avoid Foods That Harm The Prostate

ProstaGenix Avoid Prostate Harmful Foods

We’re all about eating good food and enjoying delicious meals. However, there is some prostate harmful food that you might want to avoid or reduce to maintain a healthy prostate. If you have ever known your PSA level and it happens to be closer to 4.0 ng/mL, you will need to follow this suggestion.

Avoid Prostate Harmful Food

You may be surprised at how many common foods irritate the prostate and can contribute to a rise in PSA levels and an enlarged prostate. Here are some of the foods and beverages that fall into this category.

  • Foods that contain acrylamide, such as French fries and potato chips (the two biggest offenders) and doughnuts
  • Sugars and sugary foods
  • Foods rich in saturated fats
  • Excess alcohol
  • Eggs
  • Nonfermented soy products such as tofu and edamame, which can raise estrogen levels
  • Microwave popcorn
  • Nonorganic potatoes, meats, and dairy products
  • Canned foods, especially tomatoes, which are acidic and more likely to leach bisphenol A (a hormone disruptor) from the lining of the cans

*if you have more questions whether you have a normal PSA level, check out our blog article: What Is The Normal PSA Level For Men’s Prostate?

*Here is a suggested diet to maintain a healthy prostate: Our Suggested Prostate Diet That Helps Lower PSA Level

*if you are looking for supplement pills for your prostate problems, we recommend trying our all natural ingredients ProstaGenix pills

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