2) Exercise daily for at least 30 minutes
6) Surround yourself with positive people and maintain a positive attitude
7) Alcohol in moderation - don't start drinking if you don't currently drink
When it comes to nutrition and cancer, it's very complex. There is no cause and effect, one specific answer how the diet can reduce risk for cancer. However, there is much evidence showing that it is not one single nutrient, but instead the combination of nutrients in a balanced and portioned manner to nourish the body and to support daily activity, all while helping the body achieve a healthy weight, that can reduce the risk for cancer. Oh, and fad diets, detoxes, elimination diets and anything else extreme does not cure, prevent or control cancer. Considering the many different eating styles by cultures around the world, we can only look at research that shows us that yes, there are many ways to eat in order to be healthy but there is one style of eating (ex. plant strong) that is universal for improving overall health because of the nutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc. that our body receives to to protect our immune system.