Cancer prevention and awareness events are now happening almost every month. In September the cancer prevention theme centered on prostate cancer. For the current month of October, it’s all about breast cancer.
Over the last 20 years there have been a lot of resources invested into cancer prevention and treatment programs.
But what if the answer to the cure for cancer was as simple as what you eat?
How would that change your view of food?
This blog post will address the importance of your diet. Hopefully helping you take a significant step towards reducing your risk for cancer and improving your overall health.
Almost 11 years ago on October 31, 2007, ABC News showed a special segment on Good Morning America (GMA). It dealt with diet, weight, alcohol, red meat consumption, and the risk for cancer.
Additionally, the GMA website provided information regarding cancer prevention. The following is a direct quote:
“After five years of reviewing 7,000 medical studies, a team of top scientists from around the world has concluded that diet and weight directly affect whether you’ll get cancer.
“The researchers cite ‘convincing’ evidence that excess body fat can cause six different types of common cancers, including those affecting the breast, bowel, and pancreas.”
The information GMA presented examined the potential link between diet and cancer. However, they missed a critical factor. It’s a connection that is rarely talked about in the general media but is important in your overall wellness and cancer prevention. Read More →