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Fat to build up in your liver, which can cause liver damage and increase the risk of liver cancer. It has been predicted that this non-alcoholic fatty liver disease will be the leading cause, of liver cancer and the rate of liver cancer will increase significantly in a few years. ‘Your immune system needs to be in optimal condition to seek out and destroy cancer cells. Having a calm lifestyle will promote a stronger immune system. If your body is not preoccupied with the physical and emotional effects of life’s little battles, your immune system can better focus on healing and protecting you.
Controlling your stress level, especially about things that are out of your control. There will always be legitimate reasons to be worrisome or angry. But if your anxiety will not fix the situation, then accept, adapt, and resolve things the best way you can. Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil can help prevent cancer. try to follow this by eating a whole-foods plant-based diet that includes broccoli, turmeric, and garlic and limits refined sugar, refined carbohydrates, saturated animal fats, and toxic chemicals, and pesticides.
‘It’s important to be proactive regarding surveillance for cancer. Many are curable or have a better outcome when caught early. In addition, do regular examinations on yourself at home and get to know your own body well. Any concerns? Bring them up with your doctor at your next check-up. Sunscreen is a great first defense but it’s not the only way to protect yourself from harmful UV rays. Schedule sports, golf etc, to avoid playing during the sun’s peak hours. ‘People who are physically active live longer and have lower risks of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, depression, and some cancers. ‘Tobacco products are strongly linked to the development of a number of cancers, including those of the lung, head and neck, esophagus, pancreas, kidney, bladder, colon among others.
‘I make sure to eat a wide variety of produce. Diets rich in fruit and vegetables may reduce the risk of some types of cancer and other chronic diseases. ‘People underestimate the power of not just living a healthy life, but a happy one too. It is essential to lowering the risk of getting cancer and also overall well-being to have balance in life. Informal movements throughout the day like taking walking breaks at work and doing push-ups with the kids on your back at home. Many studies have shown that exercise reduces all causes of death, cancer incidence, and cancer deaths. And, ‘clean eating can go a long way in managing your cancer risk. It means avoiding of processed foods and excessive sugar. In addition try to eat a diet high in protein, moderate in fat, and low in carbohydrates. But the key is to always avoid processed foods.
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