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January 05, 2010

The Anti-Cancer Diet

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Cancer seems like it strikes out of the blue, but at least a third of them may be preventable. A healthy diet is one weapon in your arsenal to ward off the Big C. Find out the foods you should eat and avoid…

Rule No. 1 for preventing cancer? Maintain a healthy weight, says Karen Collins, M.S., R.D., a nutrition advisor to the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) in Washington, D.C.

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 187,000 cancer deaths in 2009 were linked to being overweight or obese, not exercising or having a poor diet. It’s the second most-common cause of death in the U. S. – right behind heart disease.

Adult weight gain and abdominal and overall body fat are linked to post menopausal breast cancer, as well as those of the colorectum, pancreas, esophagus, endometrium and kidneys.

That’s because fat, especially around your waist, secretes a variety of hormones into the bloodstream. Those can increase inflammation and encourage cells to grow and divide quickly, boosting your cancer risk.

A healthy, varied diet is an important part of your anti-cancer battle. Certain foods – particularly fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans – are proven to have cancer-fighting vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber and phytochemicals.

How much of these foods should you eat? Everyone needs a minimum of five servings of non-starchy vegetables and fruits daily, according to the 2007 report Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Prevention of Cancer: a Global Perspective, published by the AICR and the World Cancer Research Fund.

We also should eat whole – or minimally processed – grains or legumes such as peas and beans at every meal.

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