Men's Health

The Five Best Foods for Your Prostate

1 Turmeric

This yellowish spice contains curcumin, a compound that may have anti-inflammatory properties. Studies show that curcumin disrupts how prostate-cancer cells metabolize. Recent Japanese research reinforced the idea that the compound suppresses the spread of prostate-cancer cells.

Stir ground turmeric

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