There's more evidence eating red fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk for prostate cancer.
The red pigment in tomatoes and watermelon indicates a high level lycopene.
That antioxidant has been linked to lower PSA or Prostate Specific Antigen levels which could mean a lower risk for prostate cancer.
Some studies also show eating red fruits and veggies with a healthy fat like olive oil can be especially helpful.
Red fruits, veggies may help reduce prostate cancer risk
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