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After a diagnosis of cancer, people often look at changing their diet. You should try to follow a healthy diet. This is important for your general health as well as helping you recover from cancer.

Treatment for prostate cancer can cause problems with your diet and some men find it difficult to maintain a healthy weight, they might be over or under weight.

A healthy diet is about balancing the different foods and choosing foods that are tasty as well as nutritious. A healthy diet is: High in fruit, vegetables, wholegrains and pulses. Low in red and processed meat, saturated fat and salt and foods that contain a lot of sugar.

What is a healthy diet? | Cancer Research UK

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