September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
Show your support by taking a simple challenge to eat 30 healthy foods in 30 days.

We know that 30% of cancer is preventable with lifestyle factors. Eating healthy and exercising can prevent any number of chronic diseases, and in some cases, like diabetes, it can even help reverse some of the most dangerous effects. You can learn more about how lifestyle factors influence prostate cancer outcomes.

STEP 1: Get Started

Sign up to participate through email
Join the challenge Facebook group

We will send you instructions for the challenge.

STEP 2: Follow The 30 Foods We Suggest

Follow the 30 foods we suggest on the PCF periodic table of healthy foods… or choose your own 30. For you overachievers, feel free to eat all 98 foods in one month!

STEP 3: Eat

Starting September 1st, follow our weekly list of suggested foods, or pick your own from the table of 98 foods that we provide.

STEP 4: Start Your Fundraiser (optional)

Set up your optional Facebook fundraiser as a way to get others to follow and support you in the challenge!

STEP 5: Share, Share, Share!

Share, share, share! We want to see those photos on your favorite social media. Here's a toolkit of post ideas you can choose from to get started! Show everything - from prep to cooking to eating - and tag friends to inspire everyone you love to eat healthier. Be sure to add the hashtag #EatItToBeatIt on your photos!

STEP 6: Upload your completed periodic table

Click here to submit a photo of the front of your completed periodic table with all the foods you ate crossed out

Common Fundraising Question
What if friends want to donate to my fundraiser another way? To make a donation online go here.


Mail your checks along with your name to:
Prostate Cancer Foundation
Attn: Eat it To Beat it
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401

1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime. If you are Black, that number increases by over 75%. We know that lifestyle factors, otherwise known as “social determinants of health,” play a huge role in health risks, health equity, and outcomes. While eating healthy and exercising can’t stop you from getting cancer, it can lower your risk. Whether you or someone you love had been affected by prostate cancer – or if you just want to learn the principles of a healthy lifestyle – you can join in the challenge this September.

Eat It to Beat It Challenge FAQ

Eat It to Beat It Challenge FAQ

Have a Question? See below for FAQs for the Challenge: If you cannot find your answer below, please email [email protected]. Please be patient as we do see high volume and at times can take up ...

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