Sunday, July 25, 2010

Adding Walnuts To Men's Diet

A daily handful of tasty, crunchy, walnuts may help fight prostrate cancer, says Paul Davis, Ph.D., a nutrition researcher at the University of California. In his new study, Davis fed walnuts or soybeans oil to mice programmed to develop prostrate cancer. The walnut mice developed cancer tumors that were 50 percent smaller and grew 30 percent slower than the soybean oil mice.

"Walnuts contain a package of compound, including omega-3 fatty acids, that interact to provide health benefits," say Davis. "I expect that the results we observed in our mice will very likely be found in men, too when studied," he adds. In addition to serving walnuts, other ways to help men prevent prostrate cancer includes:
1. cutting down on red meat
2. cutting down on dairy products
3. upping intake of brilliantly colored fruits and vegetables (including tomatoes and pomegranates)
4. lead an active life.


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