Food for Thought

The original study was published by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and summarized by Vegnews.com.  

Prostate cancer accounts for 27% of all incident cancer cases among men.  NOW we know that a vegan diet can reduce the risk of men developing prostate cancer by 33%. So men should ask themselves:  Are they willing to eat a diet that is not only much healthier for them overall, think heart disease, and also reduces their risk of getting prostate cancer or roll the dice to see if they are one of the lucky ones. 

The study compared meat-eaters, vegans, lacto-vegetarians, pesco-vegetarians, and semi-vegetarians: “The vegans looked really good” according to Gary Fraser study director. So this obviously wasn’t just comparing two ends of the eating spectrum; it compared all dietary patterns and vegans came out on top. Plant based diet, the only way to LIVE!