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Diet, Weight, Lifestyle and Cancer
Healthy weight, diet and especially diet nutrition are all important elements in the fight against cancer. Diet and cancer experts are beginning to identify more and more phyto-chemicals (from plants) and other micro-nutrients which may reduce cancer. Alongside smoking and exposure to sunlight - obesity, unhealthy food choices and bad diet are now major causes of some cancers.
Dietary Advice on Cancer - World Cancer Research Fund
The following is the "Advice to Individuals" presented in the report, Food, Nutrition and the Prevention of Cancer: A Global Perspective. Based on an analysis of more than 4,500 research studies, these dietary, weight lifestyle guidelines present some of the best advice currently available on actions to take for lower cancer risk.
Recommendation 1 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 2 (Weight Control)
Recommendation 3 (Exercise and Fitness)
Recommendation 4 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 5 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 6 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 7 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 8 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 9 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 10 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 11 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 12 (Dietary Guideline)
Recommendation 13 (Lifestyle Advice)
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Dietary Guidelines and Cancer - Please Note
1. Plant-Based Diet = Core Dietary Recommendation
The consumption of a predominantly plant-based diet is the primary recommendation of the report.
Evidence suggests that this change in eating pattern, when matched with regular physical exercise and the avoidance of tobacco, decreases cancer risk by as much as 70%.
AICR has recommended changes that will indicate a shift in emphasis from reducing fat consumption to increasing consumption of vegetables and fruit.
2. Difference Between Cancer Dietary Guidelines and Official US Dietary Guidelines
The American Institute for Cancer Research considers it beneficial for the official US dietary guidelines to reflect a shift in emphasis from reducing fat consumption to increasing consumption of vegetables and fruit.
Source: American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and its international affiliate the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).
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