Men should consider skipping the steak and chicken and ordering up a plate of fish.
A new university of California-San Francisco study found omega three acids found in foods like fish guard against advanced prostate cancer.
Doctors even saw a benefit to men genetically pre-disposed to getting the disease.
They looked at data on nearly a thousand men. They found those who ate the most omega three-rich foods like salmon.
Are sixty-three percent less likely to develop the disease compared to those who ate the least? The study appears in the journal "clinical cancer research."
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