This amazing fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 can protect you from cardiovascular disease, cancer, and rheumatoid arthritis. All these benefits are fantastic, but how does it affect your prostate? A little known fact is that Omega 3 also aids in the synthesis of prostaglandin, which is a hormone-like substance that participates in a wide range of body functions; such as the relaxation of smooth muscle, the dilation and constriction of blood vessels, control of blood pressure, and the modulation of inflammation.
Bell Peppers contain more vitamin C then any other vegetable. However, this type of vitamin C is not found in fruits. In fact, the only type of vitamin C that may lower your risk of an enlarged prostate comes from vegetables. Fruit’s vitamin C does not have the same affect. One cup of raw bell peppers contains 195 percent of your daily dose of vitamin C so get choppin’ on those cutting boards!
A plant sterol called beta-sitosterol is abundant in the delicious avocado. Studies have shown that beta-sitosterol can help reduce the symptoms associated with BPH. Men taking beta-sitosterol supplements have a better flow of urine and less residual volume. At your next party, make guacamole a must have dipper on your table.
These are healthy editions to your diet that don’t only taste great, but are great for you. Who says you have to sacrifice health for taste?