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Well, you men out there have already been told to eat more tomatoes. Now add garlic, shallots, and onions to the list. Men who eat more than a third of an ounce a day of these or other veggies in what’s called the allium family are about 50% less likely to have prostate cancer than those who don’t, according to the National Cancer Institute.
(Source: Health Sciences Institute, Members Alert for January 2003, Vol.7, No.7)