Best Foods to Eat with Enlarged Prostate | Reduce Risk of Symptoms, Enlargement & Cancer
An enlarged prostate (also known as Benign prostatic hyperplasia) is a relatively common condition that increases in prevalence as men get older. Certain foods and diets can influence the growth of the prostate and worsen associated symptoms of an enlarged prostate. In this lesson, we discuss the best foods to eat in order to prevent and reduce prostate enlargement and reduce symptoms of an enlarged prostate.
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