New research shows that men who have high selenium levels may have a lower risk for developing advanced prostate cancer than those who have low levels of the mineral. Selenium is an essential mineral found in plants or vegetables grown in selenium-rich soil, Brazil nuts, meat and seafood. Milan Geybels, author and a doctoral candidate in cancer epidemiology at Maastricht University, Netherlands, reports at the American Association of Cancer Research, found that men with the highest selenium levels had more than a 60% reduced risk for advanced prostate cancer. Geybels’ team looked into the selenium levels of almost 60,000 men […]Continue reading Selenium Reduces Risk of Advanced Prostate Cancer
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