Q. What dietary and other things can be done to cure prostate cancer?
The first step is a low-fat, vegetarian diet. High fat, meaty foods boost testerone’s effects and act like fertilizer on prostate cancer cells. There is evidence that lycopene, the powerful antioxidant which gives pink grapefruit and tomatoes it’s red color, reduces cancer risk. Cooking foods rich in lycopene releases it from plant cells, making it more available to your body. Studies have shown that milk-drinking men have increased incidence of prostate cancer. Avoid dairy at all costs.
Perhaps you should consider attending a NEWSTART program near you, where the above diet would be provided consistently and could be tailor-made to a certain degree, to your preference.
The second step would be to get on an exercise regimen which you can tolerate. Even if this just means isometric stretches.
The third step would be to speak with a counselor, to examine other areas in your life (spiritual and mental) which could help address other underlying issues that would aid in the healing process.