Cancer may occur due to different reasons. More than 90% of all cancers are due to environmental factors, and less than 10% of all cancers are due to genetic factors. The risk of cancer increases significantly with age; however, lifestyle plays an important role in developing cancer.


Risk factors

Environmental factors, such as bad diet, lack of exercise and activities, obesity, smoking, UV radiation, and excessive alcohol consumption may contribute to the development of cancer.

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Diet and Nutrition

Proper diet and nutrition not only may help reduce the chance of developing cancer in the long term, but also protects one against chronic diseases, such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems.

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Regular exercise will help improve the overall health of a person, such as controlling weight, reducing the chance of developing diabetes, and high blood pressure. Studies shows that lack of physical activities most likely influences developing some of the most frequently occurring cancers including colon cancer, breast cancer, and lung cancer.

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Free radicals are chemical substances that harm the cells. Excessive amounts of free radicals in the body may damage normal cells and may lead to develop cancer. Antioxidants are chemicals that fight and neutralize those free radicals, thus preventing the damage of the structure of the cells.

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Alkaline vs. acidic body

There have been many research studies that indicate cancerous cells thrive in an acidic environment (low PH in the body). Staying on a healthy diet to ensure the body is more alkaline (high PH in body) will help fight cancer cells.

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Vitamin D

A number of studies reveal that cancer mortality rates (including some of the most common types of cancers like breast cancer, colorectal, and prostate cancers) are substantially lower among those who have higher levels of vitamin D in their bodies.

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