Which relationship between diet and cancer?


Many research studies conducted in the past years show that at least 30% of all cancers have a nutritional connection. Add to that lifestyle elements, like smoking and a sedentary life (lack of physical activity) and you will increase your risk to 65%. A Harvard Report on Cancer Prevention shows 9 risk factors and their weight in the likelihood of getting cancer. The good news is they are all potentially preventable, which means that you can do many things to protect yourself against the disease....

Since more than one third of cancers are associated to the foods you eat, changing your diet would effectively decrease your chances of getting the disease. We have all experienced the impact of what we eat on our mood, energy and self esteem. Choosing foods rich in vitamins and fiber, such as fruits and vegetables and decreasing the quantity of red and processed meat, we opt for good health and wellbeing....