It’s hardly breaking news that tomatoes help prevent prostate cancer.
But eating tomatoes on their own isn’t as effective as eating them with soy.
The rats developed no cancerous lesions in the prostate at all!
But you don’t have to overdo it.
Here’s how much tomato and soy you’ll need to reduce your prostate cancer risk…
If you’re a 55-year-old man concerned about your prostate health, you only need to eat four servings of tomato products per week and two servings of soy foods daily to protect against prostate cancer.
So add more whole tomatoes to your diet and switch the full-cream cow’s milk with soy milk.
And remember that eating them as whole foods instead of as supplements exposes you to the entire array of cancer-fighting, bioactive components in these foods, says Medica lNews.
Remember this health caution if you’re eating more tomatoes
But cook the tomatoes rather than eating them straight out of a mixed salad bag that you buy at the grocery store.
Certain types of bacteria have been found in pre-cut salad bags.
Just one more way to take care of your health while topping up on nature’s prostate cancer fighting superfoods.