Almost half of men over the age of 50 have a large prostate. Of course, the prostate gland is benign, prostate cancer is more common after the age of 65. A large prostate can lead to frequent urination and decreased urination.
Tests have shown that men who have consumed date palm seeds have experienced improvement in the prostate. Date palm seeds are more effective in limiting the problem. Pygeum from the African tree is also effective in improving the symptoms of prostate enlargement.
The effects of plant compounds with estrogen and isoflavone found in legumes such as soybeans are effective in reducing the size of the prostate, and since Hong Kong men consume more than western men, their prostate is smaller than western men.
Substances that reduce the risk of prostate cancer include carotenoids, including lycopene, alpha carotene, beta carotene, zeaxanthin, lutein, carotenoid-rich foods such as pumpkin, spinach, watermelon, and finally consuming a diet full of fruits. Colorful fruits and vegetables reduce the risk of prostate cancer.