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NOTE: You can follow these quick fix plans alternately throughout the week.
MEAL QUICK FIX 1 QUICK FIX 2 QUICK FIX 3
Breakfast
Fibrous Munch

Toss berries into bowl of cereal for a great deal antioxidants.

ProFruits
Include low-fat yoghurt if preferred.
Fibrous Munch & ProShake
1 slice of wholewheat bread.
SnSnack 1a
ProNut Mix
Fibrous Munch
1 slice of wholewheat bread.
ProFuits
Lunch
ProVeg Diet & ProShake
Deep Sea Diet & ProJuice
You Tofu & ProJuice
Snack 2

A Whole Apple

ProFuits

ProNut Mix

Dinner
Deep Sea Diet & ProJuice
Lightly fry salmon with olive oil, add organic spices for that extra zest.
ProVeg Diet
Fibrous Munch & Deep Sea Diet & ProVeg Diet
Have tuna in a wrap with lettuce and tomatoes. Include soup, if desired.
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NUTRIENTS BENEFITS
Vitamins A It helps reduce your risks of prostate cancer.
Vitamins B6 It helps regulate the hormone that converts the testosterone to DHT and helps prevent swelling of the prostate.
Vitamin C It helps prevent prostate cancer.
Vitamin E It helps to inhibit many of the functions of cancerous prostate cells.
Manganese It helps combat the damage of free radicals which helps in reducing the risks of prostate cancer.
Selenium It helps repair DNA, inhibit cell invasion, and cause stimulation of the signaling of transforming growth factor beta.
Zinc It helps restore normal urination and returns the prostate to its normal size.
Omega 3 It fights the effects of a hazardous variant of the COX-2 gene, known to promote inflammation and usually linked to prostate cancer.
Omega 6 It helps promote healthy bladder and urination. It also supports healthy prostate function and inflammation response.
Bioflavonoids They help treat or even prevent prostate cancer by blocking male hormones that encourage the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Lycopene It helps to slow or even halt the development of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
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FOOD NUTRIENTS DAILY INTAKE SIMPLE RITUALS
Bread/Wrap/Pita (wholewheat)
Selenium
1 Slice
Fiberous Munch
Eat cereal during breakfast or substitute bread for in between snacks.
Cereals
Selenium
Min 5 tbs
Whole Grains
Vitamin E
Zinc
Fibre
5-10 servings
Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts, Bok Choy, Kale
Sulforaphane
Vitamin C
Vitamin A
At least 5 portions
ProVeg Diet
Pack your meals with green leafy vegetables. Mix some vegetables and opt for a salad instead of a meal. Add croutons for an added taste. Choose organic salad dressing. Include a bowl of soup.
Fresh Fruits
Vitamin C, Fibre
Some B Vitamins
Protective Phytonutrients
Five servings of fruits
ProShake/ProJuice/ProFruits

Blend colourful fresh fruits into a glass of juice/smoothie or just have it on its own.

Opt for green tea instead of coffee.

Green Tea
Antioxidants (Polyphenols)
Max of 5 cups
Nuts (Brazil nuts, Pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds)
Fibre,Omega 3
Selenium, Zinc
Six servings
(Enough to provide about four times a man's daily requirement of Selenium)
ProNut Mix
Mix various nuts for snacking at home or on the go.
Oily Fish (sardines, pilchards, mackerel, salmon, tuna. Shrimp)
Fats
2-3 times each week
Deep Sea Diet
Eat fresh oily fish two or three times each week.
Oysters
Vitamin E
Zinc
15 Mg
Beans and Pulses
Vitamin B
Fibre
Isoflavones
30 grams or 3 cups of beans per week
You Tofu
Lightly fry the tofu and tempe using olive oil and organic spices. Add lettuce and baby tomatoes.
Garlic
Sulphurous compounds that fight infections
Anti-cancer effect
Zinc
2-4 grams
Soy Bean, Tofu, Tempeh (miso)
Manganese
100 grams
Tomatoes
Vitamin A
Lycopene
Vitamin C
2 servings or more/ half cup per serving
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SUBSTANCES THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT PROSTATE HEALTH HARMFUL FOOD ADVERSE EFFECTS
High-caloric and fatty diet
Meat (bacon, chicken, beef)
Snacks (microwaved popcorn, crisps, biscuits, chocolates)
They increase risk of prostate cancer. They also may speed up the progression and behavior of the cancer.
Saturated and Hydrogenated Fats
Baked Goods (Chocolate bars, frosted cupcakes, pastries, candies, honey, cookies, biscuits)
Deep Fried (potato chips, French fries)
They exacerbate the growth of malignant cells.
Dairy
Dairy (cheese, milk, ice cream, butter)
A high calcium intake from dairy products increase prostate cancer risks by lowering concentrations of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3, a hormone thought to protect against prostate cancer.
Refined Sugar
Baked Goods (cakes, candies, cookies, pastries, candies, chocolate bars)
Condiments (chilli/tomato sauces, bbq sauces)
Sugar promotes higher cancer cells. It fuels tumor growth.
Unhealthy Beverages
Beverages (alcohol,, sodas, black teas and coffee)
They dilute the digestive enzymes resulting in poor digestion, leading to fewer nutrients being provided to the body.
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