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Prevention of Prostate Cancer

Dr. Ashis Kumar Mukherjee
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Prevention of Prostate Cancer can be done with choosing plant based foods, low fat diet, and reducing dairy foods.

Irrespective of the fact that prostate cancer cannot be prevented following a definite strategy, you still have your choices to decrease the probability of having it. By having a diet that is low in fat content and is packed with fruits and vegetable create better chances to reduce risk.

  • Eating more of plant fat than animal fat
  • Having a low fat diet
  • Having more of fruits and vegetables
  • Including fish in your menu
  • Cutting down on dairy products

These habits will help you keep the risk of prostate cancer at bay.

Dr. Ashis Kumar Mukherjee

About the Author

Medical Oncologist
Dr. Ashis Mukherjee is a Medical Oncologist at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Cancer Hospital located in Park Street, Kolkata. He has completed his MBBS from one of the recongized medical universities in India. Dr. Ashis specializes in general cancer treatment consultation such as Chemotherapy, Biopsy procedure and Breast Cancer Treatment. Dr. Ashis Mukherjee has an experience of more than two and a half decades in this hospital. He practices at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Cancer Hospital in Kolkata. He treats his patients with the help of new and advanced procedures. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Cancer Hospital is registered with Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act since 1976. The hospital provides training to the doctors of new generation and practising fraternity. Book a FREE appointment with Dr. Ashis Mukherjee at Elacancer.com.
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