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Weird Food SLASHES Prostate Cancer Risk

Mainstream medicine’s approach is COMPLETELY BACKWARDS.

They wait until AFTER you’re already sick—and then they put you on prescription drugs that you need to take for the rest of your life.

That’s not HEALTH care… that’s SICK CARE.

I prefer to take active steps to make sure you never get sick in the first place—and I’m sure that’s how you feel too.

That’s why I’m telling you about one simple food you can start eating TODAY that will make sure you don’t get a prostate cancer diagnosis TOMORROW.

Everyone knows that fruit and vegetables are good for you, and processed junk food is bad.

But did you know that eating more of certain specific foods can help reduce your risk of specific types of cancer?

Mushrooms are one of those foods.

Previous lab studies show that mushrooms can help prevent prostate cancer, but no studies had been done on mushrooms preventing cancer in humans.

Until now.

In a study published in the International Journal of Cancer, researchers studied the diets and cancer outcomes of more than 36,000 men ranging in age from 40 to 79 for 24 years.

At the end, they found that eating mushrooms significantly reduced the risk of developing prostate cancer—especially the case in men over 50.

Specifically, men who consumed mushrooms one or twice a week had an 8% lower risk of prostate cancer, while those who ate mushrooms three or more times per week had a 17% lower risk.

In other words, more mushrooms meant more anti-cancer protection!

The really exciting part? Even if the men weren’t consuming what would be considered a healthy diet, eating more mushrooms STILL correlated to a lower prostate cancer risk.

That’s the good news.

The bad news? Most American men don’t consume the number of mushrooms necessary to reduce their risk of prostate cancer.

But that’s an easy fix.

You can easily eat more mushrooms just by adding them to salads, adding them to stir-fries or soups, or simply sautéing them with some butter and garlic.