Just like any other disease, prostate cancer has plenty of natural enemies. That’s, of course, a clear indicator that you should incorporate them into your diet. In the case of prostate cancer, there’s an abundance of natural extracts, most of which come from products available in most mainstream grocery stores. Cayenne peppers, better known as chili peppers, are a source of the compound known as capsaicin. This substance is not only the secret behind their trademark spiciness but is also a natural predator of prostate cancer cells, known to inhibit their growth. Another easily attainable and popular natural remedy comes in the form of cruciferous vegetables. Brussel sprouts, kale, broccoli and numerous other vegetables in the cruciferous category, contain the phytochemical DIM. This compound is particularly effective, performing a function that inhibits an enzyme, which is directly involved in the growth of cancer cells. All of this while leaving the healthy cells intact. Apart from plenty of other beneficial factors, is why cruciferous vegetables should be a part of everyone’s daily diet. There are plenty of other, seemingly regular, natural products that can aid and mobilize your body to its optimal state. Ginger, pomegranate, resveratrol (found in red grapes and wine), curcumin, green tea, and shiitake mushrooms – all of them share one common characteristic – their powerful anti-cancer properties. Fortunately, none of these products are either rare or exclusive and can be found in their pure, un-processed form in most vegetable markets or nearby organic grocery store. Next to incorporating the above mentioned products in your diet, it’s also important to embrace the variety of therapies that could function as effective stress reducers. Aromatherapies, music therapy, laughter therapy and any kind of meditative process will have a great effect on your spiritual balance, helping to maintain the supportive mind-set throughout your therapy.