Washington: High intake of flavonoids, a group of compounds found in plants, can slash the risk of aggressive prostate cancer by 25 percent, a new study has claimed. Researchers from the University of South Carolina found that adding fruits, vegetables, herbs and tea to your diet can lower the risk of prostate cancer. "Incorporating more plant-based foods and beverages, such as fruits, vegetables, herbs and tea, into the diet may offer some protection against aggressive prostate cancer," said lead researcher Susan Steck from Arnold School of Public Health. "Filling your plate with flavonoid-rich foods is one behavior that can be changed to have a beneficial impact on health," she said. Steck and her colleagues used data from 920 African-American men and 977 white men in the North Carolina-Louisiana Prostate Cancer Project who were newly diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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