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Your father's borderline diabetes, excess weight, and high blood pressure also pose a serious threat to your father's long term health and fortunately these are fairly easy to address with diet and exercise. You might also investigate a diet that eliminates dairy and red meat which are often correlated to having chemicals and enzymes that fuel prostate cancer growth. In the United States our dairy and beef cattle are filled with artificial growth hormones and contain excess Insulin Growth Factors (IGFs) that can fuel the spread of cancer. Adopting a heart healthy diet that eliminates or significantly reduces protein from animal sources will not only help your father get to a healthy weight but it can very well help the body's natural immune system in fighting the prostate cancer.