Seven effective ways to prevent cancer

It is caused by lifestyle, such as not exercising.

Most lung cancer is associated with smoking and most skin cancer is associated with sunburn.

1. Never smoke.

2. Keep the right weight………….

According to a study published in the British Journal of Cancer, about 40 percent of cancers smoke or eat too much,

It is caused by lifestyle, such as not exercising.

Most lung cancer is associated with smoking and most skin cancer is associated with sunburn.

In addition, most of cervical cancer is related to the human papilloma virus (HPV).

Dr. Gregory Masters of the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center in the U.S. said, “On the other hand, heredity is linked to 10-15% of cancer.”

Focusing on healthy lifestyle is the most effective way to reduce cancer risk,” says the official.

1. Never smoke.

In the United States, smoking accounts for 30 percent of cancer-related deaths, especially lung cancer, which kills more Americans than any other cancer.

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that reducing the risk of lung cancer from 20 cigarettes to less than 10 cigarettes a day can reduce the risk by 27 percent.

2. Keep the right weight

According to the American Cancer Institute, excessive body fat increases the risk of developing nine cancers, including esophagus, kidneys and gallbladder.

This is because fat tissues produce inflammatory proteins. Inflammation increases the risk of cancer.

The institute estimates that more than 120,000 of the annual cases of cancer in the United States are linked to excessive weight gain.

Experts recommend eating less fast food and spending less time sitting in front of a TV or computer.

To pay attention to your weight and keep your body mass index below 25, you should make efforts to exercise with healthy eating habits.

Exercise at least 30 minutes a week to sweat.

Exercise is just as important as eating habits to prevent cancer.

The American Cancer Society recommends moderate exercise of about 150 minutes a week.

A 2010 study found that 30 minutes of exercise a week alone can reduce women’s risk of breast cancer by 35 percent.

4. Avoid drinking as much as possible.

Alcohol is associated with oral cancer and throat cancer, liver cancer, colon cancer and breast cancer.

It is not clear exactly why alcohol is the cause of such cancer, but scientists suspect alcohol is causing damage to body tissues.

For example, when drinking alcohol, bacteria in the colon convert alcohol into a large amount of acetaldehyde, which animal tests have shown to cause cancer.

For women, drinking increases the level of estrogen, a female hormone, which is known to increase the risk of breast cancer.

Experts say, “Two drinks a week is fine.

5. Loves broccoli.

Vegetables contain cancer-fighting ingredients.

The American Cancer Society recommends eating 2 1/2 cups of vegetables and fruits every day.

Among vegetables, crisscrossed vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage are rich in a chemical called glucosinolates.

This ingredient has excellent anti-cancer effect. Studies have shown that this ingredient reduces the growth of abnormal cells in the cervix.

6.Relieve stress on time

Stress alone does not cause cancer.

However, stress can change the body’s environment and make it a pre-cancer condition.

Studies have shown that stress causes cortisol hormones to overflow in situations that do not require it, thus changing the activity of immune cells.

In this situation, it increases the inflammation that causes cancer cell mutation.

Studies show that stress relievers such as doing yoga or not reading emails after 7 p.m. reduce inflammation.

7. Take a medical checkup

It is better to have a medical check-up to detect signs of warning before cancer.

The American Cancer Society recommends getting a medical checkup from your 20s. Breast-related examinations are recommended every three years, especially for women until they reach 40.

Such tests have shown that the risk of developing fatal breast cancer can be reduced by 25 percent.

It is also recommended to have a uterine cancer test every three years.

In the U.S., such tests have reduced deaths from uterine cancer by 74 percent since the 1950s.

It is recommended that you have a colon cancer test from the age of 50.

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