Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the United Kingdom.
It is not known exactly what causes the development of the disease, but certain things can increase the risk of getting it.
Some risk-increasing factors can not be controlled, such as age, ethnicity, and family history.
As for age, the risk increases when you are old. Most cases are diagnosed in men over the age of 50.
As far as ethnicity is concerned, the situation is more common in African-Caribbean and African-born men, and less commonly with Asian men.
As for family history, a brother or father who has developed prostate cancer before 60th increases the risk.
Having a close family relationship that has developed breast cancer may also increase the risk of prostate cancer.
However, other factors associated with prostate cancer, such as excess body weight and the type of diet you are able to control, may also be controlled.
According to estimates of prostate cancer in the UK, some studies have found that eating and drinking a lot of dairy products such as milk, yogurt or cheese can increase the risk of prostate cancer.
Rak Love said that it might be because of the calcium found in dairy products, or it could be the result of something else.
"Research is underway in the relationship between diet and prostate cancer, and there is evidence that high calcium diet is associated with increased risk of developing prostate cancer," the NHS added.
"We need more research to find out if less calcium or less dairy products can prevent prostate cancer," Prostate Cancer UK said.
"Until we find out more, you might want to try to reduce these foods in your diet."
The UK prostate cancer has warned, however, of the importance of still incorporating a calcium into your diet because it is necessary to maintain healthy bones.
The cancer of love advises getting about 700mg of calcium per day.
700mg contains 200 ml of glass of milk, 30 g of cheese and small yogurt.
Some previous studies have also found that eating red or processed meat can increase the risk of prostate cancer.
Red or processed meat includes foods such as sausages, burgers, bacon and ham.
However, according to UK prostate cancer, recent research has led to uncertainty as to whether these foods actually increase the risk.