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Reduce Your Risk of Developing Cancer

  1. Low-Fat, Low-Cholesterol Foods: Buy lean read meats such as loin or round cuts. Trim fat and skins from all meats before cooking. Eat more fish and chicken. Use low-fat or skim milk products.
  2. Food Preparation: Bake, broil, boil, stir-fry or steam foods. Avoid sautéing and deep-fat frying. Season foods with lemon juice, herbs and spices. Use oil or tomato-based sauces
  3. Eat More Hi-Fiber Foods: Replace white bread with whole-grain breads and cereals made of rye, whole wheat, buckwheat, oats, cornmeal and unpolished rice; raw fruits and vegetables, peas, seeds, nuts, kidney and navy beans.
  4. Limit your refined flour products: Snack on fresh fruits and vegetables, popcorn and fig cookies. Home bake sweets using low-fat ingredients.

Cancer's Seven Warning Signs

  1. Change in bowel or bladder habits
  2. A sore that does not heal
  3. Unusual bleeding or discharge
  4. Thickening or lump in breast or elsewhere
  5. Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing
  6. Obvious change in wart or mole
  7. Nagging cough or hoarseness

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April is Cancer Awareness month.


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