Fat and Prostate Cancer

In the U.S., prostate cancer kills nearly as many men as breast cancer kills women. In non-smoking men it is the number one cancer killer. Back in the 1960s, when adult men migrated from a low-risk country, like Japan, to the U.S., their risk of prostate cancer increased 3-fold and approached that of those who consumed a Westernized diet from early childhood.1 Another study found that the ...

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