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New evidence that a heart-healthy diet also helps fight prostate cancer

Heart-healthy nutrition helps prevent prostate cancer and may slow the progression of low-risk prostate cancer to a more aggressive form. A key step is replacing animal fats and refined carbohydrates with healthier vegetable fats.

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