Milk, eggs, and poultry have been linked with prostate cancer. In fact, carcinogens build up more in the muscles of chickens and turkeys than in any other animals. Eggs contain a compound known as choline, which can increase the risk of developing prostate cancer.
On the other hand, plant-based foods have been found to suppress prostate cancer cell growth by 70%. This is largely because animal-based foods promote the production of insulin growth factor 1 (IGF-1) and plant-based foods do not. IGF-1 has been linked to promoting cancerous cell growth.
Limit your milk intake.
A high intake of milk and other dairy products has been linked with stimulating the growth of prostate cancer.
Limit your intake of eggs and poultry.
Not only do eggs and poultry increase the risk of developing prostate cancer, they increase the risk of dying from prostate cancer.
Eat more plant-based foods.
Prostate cancer can be fought most effectively through the consumption of flaxseed, but all plant-based foods help.