Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men worldwide. It affects millions of men each year, and about 10% of all men will get prostate cancer during their lifetime.
If the prostate cancer is aggressive, it can have lethal consequences.
The causes of prostate cancer are normally related to lifestyle, but it can also be hereditary.
Erectile dysfunction can a warning sign of prostate cancer. Meaning, if you struggle with erectile dysfunction, there is a chance you also have early stage prostate cancer because prostate cancer often causes ED.
Therefore, if you struggle with erectile dysfunction, you may want to get a screening for prostate cancer.
There are ways of both preventing and potentially overcoming prostate cancer. The solution is to live healthy and particularly be smart about what you eat.
If you live by the principles I advocate, you will already substantially decrease the odds of having to deal with prostate cancer.
To learn even more, I would suggest a book called “How Not To Die” by Michael Greger, M.D.
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