In the March 2013 issue of the Natural Medicine Journal, Jacob Schor discusses a study that looked at dietary choline intake and the risk of dying from prostate cancer. The study was published in the October 2012 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and analyzed the diets of over 4000 men who had been diagnosed with non metastatic prostate cancer. The study found that the men who had the highest intake of dietary choline had a 70% higher risk of dying from prostate cancer than the men with the lowest intake of dietary choline. The top 5 choline rich foods in the diets of the men in study were whole eggs, beef, reduced fat milk, skim milk, and poultry with the skin. This study provides a great dietary guideline for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer - aiming to reduce/eliminate whole eggs, beef, reduced fat milk, skim milk, and poultry with the skin from their diets can provide their bodies with extra support moving forward from the prostate cancer diagnosis.