Cancer: Lifestyle Connection and Nutrition

Many factors influence the development of cancer. Over the last 35 years, science has shown that physical activity, diet and body weight—especially being overheavy or obese is major risk influences for developing certain types of cancer. About a third of the most mutual cancers could be prohibited through lifestyle changes. The main interactive and environmental risk factors for cancer humanity in the world are related to diet use of addictive substances, sexual and generative health and contact to air pollution and use of polluted needles. The body’s capability to resist cancer may be facilitated by following a healthy diet, staying physically active, and avoiding excess body fat.  Cancer and cancer treatments can also distress your body's ability to endure certain foods and use nutrients.

  • Nutrition and Supplements
  • Diet and exercise
  • Cancer and Environment

 

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