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Your Best Life Before, During, and After Prostate Cancer

In this 4-part series, Janet Farrar Worthington talks with PCF-funded researchers Lorelei Mucci and June Chan to uncover the science around food, exercise, and prostate cancer. What does it mean to live your best life?  You might say, quite reasonably, that your best life does not include prostate cancer.  That’s. Read More


(Almost) One-Pot Sweet Potato, Tofu, and Spinach Curry

Plant-based diets, Meatless Monday, “Veganuary”…..there’s a lot of talk these days about the potential health benefits, as well as environmental benefits, of eating less meat. For example, a study of more than 200,000 men in the U.K. showing that men who were vegetarian, and men who ate fish (but no. Read More


Easy Fish Tacos

As the heat of summer continues, it’s a good time to leave the oven off and opt for a quick, healthy, stovetop-only dinner. This fish taco recipe allows you to make the fresh corn-and-cabbage slaw while the fish marinates in a simple, clean mix of olive oil, lime juice, and. Read More


Plant-Based Diets and Prostate Cancer

“Plant-based” foods are increasingly on the radar. You can grab a green juice at most chain coffee shops, a decent salad at airport restaurants, or a meat-free veggie burger at some locations of the major burger chains. And at many local grocery stores or farmers’ markets, you can purchase ingredients. Read More


Southwestern Black Bean and Corn Salad

It’s the peak of summer, bringing BBQs, potlucks, and family gatherings. If you’re looking for a quick and healthy recipe that you can easily scale up for a crowd, make this salad your go-to contribution for the rest of the season. This colorful mix of black beans, corn, onions, bell. Read More


Niçoise Salad

Summer is here, and it’s the perfect time for outdoor entertaining with friends and family. Welcome and impress your guests with this delicious and healthy Niçoise salad. The vegetables are arranged on a bed of lettuce, making for an elegant presentation. Adding fish, new potatoes, and a little boiled egg. Read More


New Study Shows Multivitamin Use Is Not Linked To Prostate Cancer Risk

When it comes to cancer – prostate or otherwise – people often have questions about what could have caused it, if there’s anything they could have done to prevent it, or whether certain dietary changes or supplements can cure it. Why Study Multivitamins? Multivitamin use is very common: 34%-49% of. Read More


Healthy Eating On the Go: Do the Best You Can

We get a lot of questions about what to eat when you’re traveling, or when you’re at an event and don’t have a lot of healthy options. During the pandemic, there has been less travel and fewer parties, but as we emerge from each new wave, we may encounter more. Read More


Roasted Spring Brussels Sprouts

It’s spring. That means the grocery stores will begin to fill with a glorious abundance of seasonal fruits and vegetables. For some, April also means a family gathering filled with traditional Easter dishes and Easter bunny treats. Whether you celebrate Easter or just worship the leaves and flowers popping through. Read More


Less Meat, Less Prostate Cancer?

People often have questions about whether specific foods—such as meat—might increase their risk of prostate cancer or other diseases. A new study of more than 200,000 men in the U.K. found that men who were vegetarian, and men who ate fish (but no meat), were less likely to be diagnosed. Read More