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Our son ws diagnosed with a high prostate count. Found out ir was not cancer but caused by his diet. Do you have any info on this?
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In brief: Not likely
While a low fat diest is a prostate healthy diet, it is unlikely that your son's psa level was elevated simply due to diet.
There are a number of benign reasons for a psa to be elevated (including asymptomatic inflammation and bph) , so make sure your son has been seen by a urologist to make sure that his evaluation is complete.

In brief: Not likely
While a low fat diest is a prostate healthy diet, it is unlikely that your son's psa level was elevated simply due to diet.
There are a number of benign reasons for a psa to be elevated (including asymptomatic inflammation and bph) , so make sure your son has been seen by a urologist to make sure that his evaluation is complete.
Dr. Howard Adler
Dr. Howard Adler
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In brief: No
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In brief: No
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Dr. Richard Levin
Dr. Richard Levin
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Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine
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In brief: Lower cancer risk
Encourage your son to have a healthy life style, wholesome diet, lots of fruits and vegetables especially cruciferous family, berries, pomagranate, walnuts, grass fed meats, wild salmond, sardines.
8 glasses of water over 24 hours. Do not smoke and limit alcohol consumption. Many are helped with supplements of pygeum and saw palmetto daily.

In brief: Lower cancer risk
Encourage your son to have a healthy life style, wholesome diet, lots of fruits and vegetables especially cruciferous family, berries, pomagranate, walnuts, grass fed meats, wild salmond, sardines.
8 glasses of water over 24 hours. Do not smoke and limit alcohol consumption. Many are helped with supplements of pygeum and saw palmetto daily.
Dr. Albert Pizzo
Dr. Albert Pizzo
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