Ready for the best cancer
Researchers claim they may have found the Holy Grail in the war against cancer
, says The NYPost
They’ve created what they call ‘a miracle drug’, which has killed every cancer tumour
it’s come in contact with so far – in mice.
But it’s still too early to say whether the antibody treatment would work on cancer
cells in humans, says Time’s HealthLand.
That’s why it’s a good idea to do all you can to prevent cancer.
But what makes you more likely to develop cancer?
It’s simple. Unhealthy body weight, unbalanced diet and lack of exercise are responsible for 90% of cancers.
So your three-step cancer prevention plan needs to focus on these three areas.
1. Lose weight to get your body weight on track
So there’s proof that losing weight
will reduce your risk of developing cancer in the long run.
If you want to lose weight, you actually need to consume about 1,500 calories a day and make sure your BMI or body mass index is between 18 and 25, says FSP Health
But it’s not how much you eat – what you eat also plays a role in reducing your cancer risk.
2. Watch what you eat to minimise your risk of cancer in the first place
Getting nutrients from a varied, balanced diet will prevent you from getting too much of a potentially harmful substance.
Some say it’s as simple as having a glass of red wine or red grape juice with your meal of tofu and broccoli, says FSP Health
And “about one third of cancer deaths can be attributed to poor diet and physical inactivity,” says the American Cancer Society
3. Get active with exercise to reduce the risk of cancer recurring
That’s why exercise has also been shown to decrease the risk for certain cancers and other serious illnesses.
“In fact, the effects can be so significant that keeping active can cut the risk of breast and colon cancer
recurring by up to 50%,” explains FSP Health
Simple as that. Put your three-step cancer-fighting plan into place today!