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My own opinion is that there is nothing that will help you avoid PCa. I took several recommended supplements for 20 years or so before my own PCa was detected. Waste of money. The only proven food stuffs are for a healthy heart diet. The rest of us are subject to our genes, good or bad. I also used full strength asperin for more than 40 years to help treat my sinus lining inflamation. Did not do anything to reduce the severity of my PCa.
So, Tim, eat what feels good and take anything you think is necessary, BUT, enjoy your life now and accept what comes,