Foods on the Honored Board and Hit List in Prostatitis Patients

Date:2019-09-18 click:0
The prostate is very important for men, but this organ is also very fragile. It is vulnerable to be affected by various factors, leading to the emergence of prostatitis, prostatic hyperplasia, and other diseases, in which prostatitis is very common. According to statistics, 50% of men have suffered from prostatitis. 
In addition to actively cooperating with medical treatment such as taking natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, patients need to pay attention to the prostatic problems in their diet. It is well known that the daily diet has a certain auxiliary effect on the treatment of diseases. Patients can reduce inflammation and slow the aggravation of prostate diseases by eating some foods that are beneficial to the prostate. So for prostatitis patients, what should they eat or not eat?

Studies have shown that men who eat a lot of vegetables and fruits, chicken, duck, fish, zinc and selenium foods at ordinary times have a significantly reduced risk of prostate disease.
The Honored Board:
1. Apple: Supplementing Zinc Deficiency
Apple can effectively improve zinc deficiency in patients with chronic prostatitis. In general, men with prostatitis have much lower zinc content than normal men, so eating apples to achieve zinc supplementation effect, not only without any side effects but also to achieve the purpose of assistant treatment of prostatitis.
2. Kiwifruit: Relieving Inflammatory Symptoms
Kiwifruit has the function of generating body fluid and clearing away heat. If fresh kiwifruit is mashed and added with warm boiling water, it can be taken after stirring evenly, which can effectively relieve the urinary pain caused by prostatitis. Kiwifruit has a certain relief effect on the pain caused by prostatitis.
3. Tomatoes: Treatment and Prevention
Tomatoes contain a large amount of beta carotene, which can effectively help the body to absorb lycopene from tomatoes, thereby effectively reducing the risk of prostatitis.

4. Plant Protein: Reducing the Risk of Disease
Because many studies have shown that dairy products and meat products are closely related to the increased risk of prostate disease, vegetable protein is more conducive to prostate health. Patients can add more vegetable protein to their diet, such as pumpkin seeds, soybeans, green leafy vegetables, and so on.
The Hit List:
Of course, there is a hit list of foods that patients with prostate problems should avoid, and they should pay special attention to avoid eating as much as possible.
1. Spicy and irritating food
For example, onion, raw garlic, pepper, black pepper and so on. This kind of food can cause vasodilation, lead to organ congestion, and may exacerbate the pain and other symptoms of prostatitis.
2. Junk food
fried food, processed food, salt, sugar, artificial sweeteners, and red meat should be eaten as little as possible.

3. Caffeine and alcohol
Limiting alcohol intake should also reduce caffeine-containing beverages, such as coffee, tea, and soda;; they will aggravate the urinary symptoms and discomfort.
Finally, it is reminded patients with prostatic diseases that dietary principles must keep a light diet, and drink more water. In addition, regular lifestyle, adhere to appropriate physical exercise, which can improve blood circulation, promote the secretion of prostatic fluid increased, dilute bacterial toxins, but also help the absorption of medication, and enhance body resistance.