According to an international study, it was seen that a healthy diet always makes a huge difference in life. A healthy diet increases the survival time of a person suffering from prostate cancer.
A journal named Cancer Bulletin have found that men who are overweight and have body mass index between 25 and 29 are likely to survive less than the others. Men who have BMI over 30 are 46 percent likely to die from this disease.
Obesity is very dangerous and this can be well found from these studies. A healthy diet is very important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Doing physical exercise is very important. This can keep prostate cancer out of sight.
The National Institute of Health displays a list which includes fat-contained food and obesity as the top two factors leading to prostate cancer.
The men who are in risk of prostate cancer are advised to have low-fat diet in order to have a healthy body. Men are also advised to engage themselves in physical activities so as to maintain a fit body.
According to statistics, around 2,700 Scots are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. It is the most common cancer for men and around more than 19,000 is surviving with this disease.