A study recently published by the British Journal of Urology International asserts that men in their 20s can reduce by a third their chance of getting prostate cancer by ejaculating more than five times a week. The best way to keep your prostate healthy is to have regular strong orgasms, getting regular sexercise, managing stress levels, taking stretch and activity (and breathing) breaks from long periods of sitting and computer work, eating a low fat, higher-fibre, more vegetarian and wholesome diet; and avoiding excess use of refined sugars, red meats and alcohol, while obtaining adequate essential fatty acids daily, such as from two teaspoons of flaxseed oil. Zinc, Vitamins C and E and the B vitamins, particularly B6 are important for a healthy prostate. Another US study, which followed nearly 30,000 men over eight years, showed that those that ejaculated most frequently were significantly less likely to develop prostate cancer. The results confirm the results of a smaller Australian study revealed by New Scientist in July 2003. In the latest study, the group with the highest lifetime average of ejaculation – 21 times per month – were a third less likely to develop the cancer than the reference group, who ejaculated four to seven times a month.