Current research states that dietary lifestyle can attribute to PCa, high red meat and saturated fat consumption, smoking, weight or BMI, 30% genetic, and environmental contamination contributes.
There is only so much you can control, genetics is not one of them at this point in time. Diet and lifestyle are your best weapons to thwart this disease.
I know, and I've eaten well most of my life ( at least thought so ). But I did eat a lot of red meat growing up. All my coaches always stressed the need to eat red meat.
Is the red meat and diary thing still a valid rule after the prostate has been removed and all margins have been declared good?
I just got back from the gym, starting feeling very fatigued on mile 4 and started to remember how much energy I used to have just a few years ago. Then I remembered that the period in which I had most energy was the period I was taking creatine. I could work out hours with that stuff and did. Then of course I started to wonder if there is a link with creatine and cancer. about
to look into it but if anyone already knows please do tell. I was wondering if the creatine was a good way of overcoming the fatigue I have now. Probably not if it post traumatic stress, mild depression from cancer and stuff liek that.