Yes, You Can Stop Cancer!

Some people believe that cancer is a disease that can not be avoided for some people. But experts say that the risk of the disease of cancer can be reduced with a healthy lifestyle, even though people have genes that can trigger the occurrence of cancer.

Karen Collins of the American Institute for Cancer Research said that the institution has set 3 steps that can be done to prevent the occurrence of cancer:

* Eat foods that are mostly derived from plants.
* Maintain a healthy body weight.
* Sport regularly.

3 With this step, we can prevent the occurrence of a third type of cancer that is now. When added to stop the smoking habit, you can avoid more than half of the type of cancer that exists.

American Institute for Cancer Research is also working with the World Cancer Research Fund issued a report that recommends the following to avoid cancer:

Body weight.
Keep body mass index (BMI) in order to remain in the figures 21 and 23 and avoid the increased body weight in adult age. Although the stated normal BMI 24.9, would be better to have a BMI below the number of steps as the prevention of cancer.

Perform light exercise such as fast path or the like for 30 minutes a day. Akan better if light exercise during 60 minutes a day, and 30 minutes a day for sport weight. It is advisable also to reduce the passive activity like watching TV.

Feed food.
Eat healthy foods. The food is healthy food that most come from plants, such as fruit, vegetables, and carbohydrate sources, namely rice and wheat. Experts recommend that as much as possible to avoid sugar, factory-made food, and fast food. Limit consumption of red meat no more than 18 oz in a week. Salt consumption should not exceed 2.4 grams a day. Consume alcohol and do not exceed 1 drink per day for women and 2 drinks a day for men.

Do not rely on supplements too. Nutrition to prevent cancer is derived from food, not from supplements.

If there is any history of cancer in your family, may need to be done step by step a more aggressive to avoid cancer. Consult with your doctor and do a routine health examination.