3 Worst Foods For Your Prostate – Clinically Proven In 2024

Today I’m going to list the 3 worst foods that are bad for your prostate. These foods are linked to prostate cancer in clinical studies.

Additionally, they can cause prostate growth, which will cause urinary problems and erectile issues.

I’ll also give you 3 additional popular foods to avoid because those are linked to prostate problems indirectly.

And since like you, I’m concerned about prostate problems and my dad had prostate growth, I’ll let you know what supplements I take, which help promote healthy prostate function, improved testosterone levels, increased libido and better erections.

So, if you are concerned about future prostate problems and especially if you already have prostate problems, then this is a must-read topic for you.

And I mention this because prostate cancer is the #1 leading cause of cancer in men.

Surprisingly, skin cancer is ranked #2

Ironically, both of these 2 cancers have been shown to have a deficiency or low levels of Vitamin D3.

Aging And Prostate Problems

Now, not all prostate problems are cancerous.

BPH or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, which means there’s growth in the prostate gland causing problems with urination and erections… .Affects 50% of men over the age of 50 and 80% over the age of 65.

Basically, this means that your prostate grows as you get older, many times related to hormonal imbalances.

bph prostate

And, the older men get, the worse the hormones and the bigger the prostate problems – which can lead to prostate cancer.

I’ll also show you how you can optimize your hormones to reduce the risk of prostate problems, while also improving your:

  • Muscle size and strength
  • Energy and mood
  • And yes, increasing your libido and producing harder, bigger erections.

With that said, let’s get started with the 3 worst foods for your prostate.

Prostate Health & Meat

Let’s first talk about red meat or beef.

The connection between prostate cancer and the consumption of mass-produced beef was established by the American Institute for Cancer Research more than twenty years ago.

Beef that is produced for mass marketing is raised on foods cows are not meant to eat, like corn, grain, and soy.


Cows are supposed to eat grass.

organic cow

Foods such as grains, corn, and soy cause negative chemical and hormonal changes in cows. Then we add in the addition of hormones to make the cows grow bigger and fatter, antibiotics to keep them alive and how the cows are raised and killed are all bad for the cows.

And remember, it’s not always what you eat, it’s also what you eat, and what IT ate is the real problem.

These same issues are also seen in mass-produced pork and chicken.

You also want to avoid eating fake meats like lunch meats and processed, packaged meats.

By the way, grass-fed beef and pasture-raised chicken don’t seem to be associated with the same negative effects.


Diary is another big problem, which has also been associated with prostate problems.

Remember, milk is for babies. Cow milk is for baby cows.

no dairy

And remember how earlier I mentioned all the problems with red meat and beef? Well, all of those problems and negative hormonal and chemical changes are even more focused on the milk.

One thing to know is that the studies focused on dairy from milk, hard cheeses and ice cream. Yogurt may be safer.

Sheep yogurt is much better.

NOTE: Both dairy and mass-produced meats of high saturated fats and that has also been linked to prostate problems.


Alcohol is another big problem for the prostate and just recently in 2022, there was a clinical study showing a strong link between alcohol consumption and the development of prostate cancer.

The truth is, alcohol is just bad for everything.

There is absolutely no benefit of alcohol for the body or mind.


And yes, this includes all the BS statements about heart health and red wine and resveratrol. It’s all been proven to be false.

Alcohol is a toxin. It’s sugar + ethanol. Both are bad and accelerate aging.

Now, those are the 3 worst foods. I’ll also give you 3 popular bonus foods you should avoid because they can irritate the prostate.

Hormonal Imbalances And Prostate

However, all of these problems related to the prostate, as mentioned at the beginning of this article are hormonal imbalances.

This means:

  • Lower testosterone levels – which causes muscle loss, loss of strength, low energy, low drive, libido, and erectile problems.
  • Higher estrogen levels – which causes man boobs or gynecomastia, depression, apathy, loss of drive, and body fat growth, especially belly fat in men
  • Higher DHT levels – which are linked to hair loss and balding, excess body hair growth, and yes, prostate enlargement.

As we age, these hormonal imbalances only get worse.

Ironically, when you are young, in your teenage years and 20’s when you have no prostate problems, you have the OPPOSITE hormonal levels.

  • High testosterone levels
  • Normal estrogen levels
  • Normal DHT levels

This is why when you’re younger your prostate is healthy, you have more muscle, less body fat, higher libido, and an easier time getting erections.

This is why I started using AlphaViril over 20+ years ago to help produce optimal hormonal balance, which also supports healthy prostate function.

It comes with a one-year guarantee.

In fact, you’re guaranteed results in 30 days or you’ll get a full refund + you’ll get an EXTRA $100 cash back.

I can make this guarantee because I made it for myself, I wanted the best and it comes with 20 years of user proof from people like yourself – so you know you’ve got nothing to risk or lose.

Now, as promised there are also 3 other foods you should reduce because they are indirectly linked to prostate problems.


This is because sugar increases insulin levels, which can cause tumor growth. Sugar is also inflammatory, which can irritate the prostate.


So, reduce your sugar intake and simple carbohydrates. There’s nothing wrong with carbs, just stick to natural forms found in whole grains, yams, fruits, and vegetables.


Caffeine can be bad news for an enlarged prostate because it irritates the bladder and increases the urge to urinate frequently, especially at night.

Two other big problems with caffeine are the increase in stress hormones such as cortisol, which is bad for all of your hormones, especially testosterone.

As stress hormones go up, testosterone levels come down.

Caffeine and similar stimulants also reduce sleep quality, depth, and duration. ALL of which are bad for your health and can cause cancer cells to grow.

Remember, sleep is the time your body heals.

Spicy Foods

Spicy foods can be a problem because they can aggravate symptoms such as frequent urination and difficulty urinating.

The spices in these foods irritate the lining of the bladder, leading to further inflammation, which can worsen the symptoms.

Spices can also make urine more acidic, further irritating the prostate.


There you have it. Now, let me quickly summarize things for you since I know this was a long article.

  • Prostate cancer is the leading cause of death in men
  • By the age of 50, 50% of men have prostate problems and growth. By the age of 65, 70% have prostate issues.
  • BPH, which stands for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia – means the prostate grows as men age, due to hormonal imbalances. However, it doesn’t also lead to prostate cancer.
  • Your goal is to optimize your hormones to youthful levels for healthy prostate function, sexual performance, and muscle mass. I use AlphaViril .
  • The 3 worst foods are mass-produced meats such as beef, pork, and chicken, dairy, and alcohol. Minimize your saturated fat consumption, so please read food labels.
  • 3 other foods to reduce are sugars, caffeine and spicy foods.

Please take action today. Don’t just passively listen to me like most people do.

Prostate problems can easily be avoided and certainly reduced.

However, the sooner you start, the better. That means TODAY.

  1. https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/uscs/about/data-briefs/no34-prostate-cancer-incidence-2001-2019.htm
  2. https://www.yalemedicine.org/conditions/enlarged-prostate-benign-prostatic-hyperplasia-bph#:~:text=But%20because%20enlarged%20prostate%2C%20or,over%2070%20years%20of%20age.
  3. https://jn.nutrition.org/article/S0022-3166(22)01113-0/fulltext#secsect0040
  4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8945566/
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