People who adopt the right health and wellness habits can reduce their risk of ever getting cancer by over fifty percent. That's a pretty staggering statistic.
Obviously, eating the right foods and getting enough exercise is not a guarantee that people will remain cancer-free throughout their entire lives, despite the importance of having such a healthy routine.
The health of your digestive system and the proper balance of your gut's microbiome (the beneficial bacteria living within your gut) directly affects your immune system and the overall health of your body. When your intestinal tract isn't performing well, it can become a breeding ground for disease and deadly cancers.
This is why it is important to try to reduce the risk of certain types of cancers through consuming the right foods, making the best nutritional choices, and reading food labels in order to double-check for risky ingredients.
Many of the most common and deadly types of cancers related to the gastrointestinal system. It isn't surprising that people can modify their risk of getting these sorts of cancers with their food choices.
When mulling over your optimal diet, these 4 foods should be sent packing.
1.Grilled Red Meat
While grilled food can taste delicious, scientists have discovered that preparing meats in this way – especially processed meats like hot dogs – releases a carcinogen called heterocyclic aromatic amines. When you grill red meat to the point of well-done, it changes the chemical and molecular structure of the meat. You’re better off baking, broiling, or preparing meat in a skillet than on the grill.
The biggest cancer causing food (by far) is high-fructose corn syrup and other refined sugars. Even brown sugar is highly refined white sugar with some of the removed molasses added back in for flavor and color. Refined sugars (and foods made with them) are the source of major insulin spikes and feed the growth of cancer cells. Since the majority of the sugar supply in the U.S. is made using genetically modified (GMO) sugar beets, a healthier option would be organic honey.
Most cans are lined with a product called bisphenol-A (BPA), which has been shown to genetically alter the brain cells of rats. Many plastic goods, thermal paper, water lines, and many dental composites also contain BPA. Help protect your DNA by sticking to fresh or frozen vegetables that have no added ingredients for your family’s table! These are better for you and available year-round.
Commercial fish farming involves raising an incredible number of fish (such as salmon), in a crowded environment. More than 60% of the salmon consumed in the United States comes from a farming operation where they are treated with antibiotics, pesticides, and other carcinogenic chemicals to try and control the bacterial, viral, and parasitic outbreaks that result from cramming so many fish in a small space. Farmed fish also don’t have as much omega-3 as wild salmon.
Follow these 4 anti-cancer diet tips to prevent cancer the easy way:
1. Eat organic whenever possible.
2. Choose raw or clean frozen if availability of fresh product isn’t good in your area.
3. If you eat animal products, make sure they’re pastured and grass-fed meats and dairy goods. Use only high quality oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, and ghee.
4. Cut back drastically on grains and sugars.
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