Yes, both women and men can increase the health of their breasts and prostates! To be fair, women don’t have prostates but have what are called Skene glands (sometimes called the female prostate), that produce the same hormones as the prostate in men. The prostate is responsible for reproductive health, and produces an enzyme that indicates prostate cancer risk in males, and certain types of breast cancer in females.
Breast health is essential for women, and can be important for men. Men also have ducts and glands in the breasts that although aren’t functional, need to stay healthy. Hormonal changes and aging can effect the breast tissue in both women and men.