Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Tips

  • Decrease consumption of sugars, starches, and refined carbohydrates.
  • Reduce intake of vegetable oils, which are high in inflammatory omega-6s.
  • Consume more anticancer foods, such as turmeric, cruciferous veggies, dark leafy greens, garlic, onions and green tea.
  • Replace nonorganic animal products, such as meat, eggs and dairy products, with grass-fed organic animal products. Limit your intake of red meat.
  • Up your omega-3 intake by consuming fish such as salmon, sardines and mackerel; grass-fed animal products; and flaxseeds.
  • Drink filtered tap water, mineral water or spring water.
  • Limit your alcohol consumption to one glass of red wine with a meal.
  • Avoid industrial chemicals, such as parabens and phthalates in personal-care products; household pesticides and insecticides; aluminum found in deodorants and antiperspirants; and inorganic phosphate additives found in many sodas, processed meats, and commercial baked goods.
  • Exercise 20 to 30¬†minutes daily.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Get 20 minutes of sunshine daily to amplify your vitamin-D levels.
  • Manage stress through yoga, meditation or another technique that works for you.
  • Acknowledge and accept your emotions, including despair, anger, fear, and sadness.
  • Keep in touch with a circle of close friends with whom you can share your feelings and experiences.

These are some of the little changes that make a big difference when it comes to cancer prevention according to Cancer Researcher David Servan-Schreiber, MD, Ph.D., author of Anticancer: A New Way of Life.

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