Dietary Improvement Can Reduce Risks of Cancer

By June 1, 2015News

With obesity on the rise it is no surprise that most people are trying to maintain a better diet, which in turn will result in an improvement in health. There are a wide variety of diets that are now popular as drug companies have also seen this surge in health awareness and are doing their best to capitalize. They tell you about the latest meal replacement shakes and how taking one tablet a day will result in weight loss and improved health.

These are the ideas that Dr. Mike Cusnir and other oncologist dietitians are trying to dispel, instead encouraging individuals to make a lifestyle change when it comes to their diet. Dr. Cusnir believes that by obesity will surpass tobacco as the No. 1 cause of preventable cancer by the end of the year. Incorporating less sodium, processed foods, fats, red meats and sugar into your diet while increasing intake of plant based foods such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds which are packed with antioxidants, fiber and phytochemicals; these changes can have a positive effect on a person’s health.

Read the full article here, where Dr. Cusnir covers diet tips and shows 10 foods that can help reduce the risk of cancer

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