I have been a pescatarian for about 20 years. I shifted to vegan soon after diagnosis and quickly gained 15 pounds. I was eating a lot of carbs. I am now back to pescatarian and lost the weight. I like the saying that a heart-healthy diet is a good prostate diet.
I have, for over a month, been trying to get the time and energy to start a new thread titled something like "exactly what is a heart healthy diet?". Based on our daughters recent experience finally losing 30+ lbs by finally eating in a way that I had been telling her to for years. Maybe I will do that later today. Or not.
But in the meantime, I still feel that some day, it will be confirmed that it is- maybe more than anything else- all about
the insulin. Blood insulin produced by the body, that is. I'm pretty sure the diet in this study did little to reduce insulin, and might have even increased it. Just a guess, of course.
PSA 10.9 ~112013
Bx on 112013 at age ~65yrs, with 5 of 12 pos with one G9(5+4), 1 PNI, T2B.
RALP with lymph nodes at Vanderbilt 021914. (nodes clear, SV+, G9 down graded to 4+5, 1 focal margin ) Pros. 106.7 gms!
only rare pad use after 1 year
PSA <.01 on 6/14 and all until 9/15 = .01, still .01 9/16, .02 on 3/17,6/17,10/17, .06 1/18, .06 4/18, <.05 7/18