Things Everyone Needs to Know About Diet and Cancer

Can Diet Really Prevent Cancer?

Cancer is a devastating disease and I know this personally. My father died from it just under a year ago. I will be the first one to admit that I feel his diet played a huge role in what happened to him. Not only did he have poor eating habits prior to being diagnosed, he refused to change his ways after the diagnosis was made. I wholeheartedly believe that if he had made changes for the better or had taken a different approach to health and nutrition, he'd be with us today. If you think diet can't prevent or help fight cancer, there are things you really need to know.

The Scientists Agree

It's not a matter of personal opinion -- it's a matter of fact. Even scientists agree that cancer cases could be reduced by as much as one-third if everyone would eat healthy, remain physically active and maintain a healthy weight. One-third... That's a lot of people. That's a lot of lives saved.

Why Does Diet Matter?

The food we eat is what provides the nutrition for our cells. It only makes sense that eating healthy helps our cells stay healthy, whereas an unhealthy diet can have a negative effect on our cells. Cancer starts in the cells. It's not hard to put two and two together.

What Can You Do?

Eat healthy. And that doesn't mean going to the store and buying processed diet foods. Eating healthy means knowing which foods can help you prevent cancer and which foods contribute to your risk. While this is extremely important for everyone to understand, it's especially critical for those who have already had to overcome cancer. Their risk is even greater, so their need for proper diet is greater too.

There are many tools out there to help you fight cancer through diet. One of the best sites I've seen is this cancer prevention diet website. There is a wealth of helpful information to help you understand what you should be eating and how your diet can greatly reduce your cancer risk.


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