The media strongly promotes the need for a cure for cancer and thousands of organizations are devoted to that same cause. What about cancer prevention? This topic appears to receive very little attention. This is thought provoking when one considers that cancer related deaths have decreased, but overall occurrence has increased by 300% over the past 15 years.
The Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins Hospital support research based evidence which reveals preventative measures for Breast, Uterine, Ovarian and other types of cancer. According to the research, one third of cancer cases are preventable and prevention is the most cost effective long term strategy for controlling cancer. Despite the complexity of treating cancer, prevention can be relatively simple. Here are ten steps to incorporate into daily life that can reduce risk of developing cancer.
1. Do not use tobacco of any kind and avoid second hand smoke.
2. Increase consumption of plant source food.
3. Get eight to nine hours of restful sleep regularly.
4. Limit or eliminate alcohol consumption.
5. Enjoy a low fat diet.
6. Avoid long term Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
7. Avoid overuse of antibiotics.
8. Avoid exposure to pesticides.
9. Reduce Stress.
These are basic changes that one can make to reduce the risk of cancer as well as other common health issues. For individuals who have a history, or family history of cancer, it may be necessary to seek professional guidance. A qualified healthcare practitioner can configure a program of prevention tailored to fit your life and body.
by Dr. Suzanne Swearengen
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