Skip to main content

Natural Awakenings Twin Cities

Eat Mushrooms to Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer

Nov 27, 2019 08:30AM

Hong Vo/Shutterstock.com

Researchers followed more than 36,000 Japanese men older than 40 for an average of 13.2 years. They found that those that consumed culinary mushrooms three times a week had a 17 percent lower chance of developing prostate cancer compared to those that ate mushrooms less than once a week. Participants that ate mushrooms once or twice a week had an 8 percent lower risk. The trend was even greater for those men over the age of 50 and was unrelated to other dietary habits.
Read the full December 2019 Magazine
Magazine Pickup Locations

Read Current Edition

Current Edition

Read Directory Edition

Directory Edition

Global Brief
Health Brief