GEMINAL Study Suggests Benefits of Diet and Lifestyle

Early results from the GEMINAL study may hold exciting potential for those with prostate cancer. This pilot study demonstrated that intensive lifestyle and nutrition changes positively modulated gene expression in patients who already had prostate cancer. Significant changes to biological processes were observed in systems that play a role in how tumors grow. Those patients who made the most changes experienced significantly slower tumor growth!

PoistiveTip: A low fat diet,with lots of fruits and vegetables, legumes and soy products combined with physical activity and stress management may be the future treatment for prostate cancer!