Cancer and Diet

The connection between cancer and diet is similarly as puzzling as the ailment itself. Much research has indicated certain foods and nutrients that may help avoid or on the other hand, add to specific sorts of malignancy. While there are many variables you can't change that promote the risk of cancer, for example, hereditary qualities and environment, there are others you can control. Truth be told, estimates recommend that under 30% of a man's lifetime danger of getting disease is because of uncontrolled elements. The rest you have the ability to change, including your diet. Science has discovered that specific dietary propensities have a tendency to have a more prominent impact. 

  • Meat and cancer
  • Antioxidants
  • Calcium and cancer
  • Obesity and cancer
  • Chemotherapy and nutrition
  • Nutrition recommendations before and after treatment

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