Healthy Living

Cancer is curable the risk of cancer can be reduced with proper medications, precaution and preventions by adding healthy and hygienic things into your habit and excluding those unhealthy and harmful habits.

Eat Healthy

Our health mainly depends on what we eat, how we eat, the amount of the food we eat along with the work out we do to stay fit. There’s a golden rule to a long life and that’s being active. A good health is the result of a good nutrition diet. The following tips will help you making your diet health and fill with nutrition. Diets high in fruits can lower the risk for stomach & lung cancer. Add antioxidants, low fat foods in your diet.

A proper diet to prevent the risk cancer should be similar to the following diet chart.

Meal Time Diet
Breakfast Add fresh fruit, seeds, and nuts to your whole grain, low-sugar breakfast cereal (such as oatmeal).
Lunch Eat salad filled with your favorite beans and peas or other combo of veggies. Add lettuce, tomato, and avocado to a whole grain sandwich. Have a side of carrots, sauerkraut, or fruit.
Snacks Grab an apple or banana on your way out the door. Dip carrots, celery, cucumbers, jicama, and peppers in hummus. Keep trail mix made with nuts and dried fruit on hand.
Dinner Add fresh or frozen veggies to your favorite pasta sauce or rice dish. Top a baked potato with broccoli, sautéed veggies, or salsa.
Dessert Choose fruit instead of sugary desserts.
Food Things To Eat Things To Avoid
Kidney Beans, Chickpeas (Black & White), Lentils
Brown Rice, rice
Peanut butter
Evaporated milk
Herbs And Spices
Pizza dough (It has hydrogenated oil)
Pie Crush
Olive, canola, peanut, and non-fat cooking spray
Pasta, pizza, tomato sauces
Herbs And Spices
Pizza dough (It has hydrogenated oil)
French fried
100% vegetable and fruit juices
Mixed vegetables, green beans, mushrooms
Hard Taco Shells
Vegetables and fruits
Limit saturated fats from red meat & dairy products to 10% of your daily calories
Fried Chicken
Whole-wheat and corn tortillas
Reduced-fat cheeses

Keep In Mind

  • Avoid processed meat like Bacons, Sausages, Salami& Pepperoni as there’s a link between these products & the risk of cancer.
  • Gaining weight increases the risk of cancer like; bowel, breast, prostate, pancreatic, endometrial, kidney, gallbladder, esophageal, and ovarian cancers. Try not to become underweight as well.
  • risk of colon, endometrial and postmenopausal breast cancer.Be physically active for at least 30 min a day to reduce the
  • Aim to meet nutritional needs through diet alone, instead of using supplement protein powders, tablets etc.
  • Mothers should breastfeed their babies for up to 6 months, these babies have less chances of being overweight when they grow up.
  • After the treatment, cancer survivors should follow the recommendations for cancer prevention timely & strictly.

Maintain a food dairy

A daily log of what you eat, drink will help you maintaining your diet, weight and health properly. This is can be helpful when you are out of town for business or pleasure purposes. The dairy will help you in reminding the amount of calories to intake.