Some researchers have claimed that cancer is based on luck. It’s like firing a gun without any particular target – if you’re hit, you’re in bad luck. If not, you’re a lucky duck. Surprising how these researchers were able to say that, because there are lots of studies reporting its risk factors, as well as how to avoid it.
Well, a new study has proven that these researchers are wrong. The truth is that the majority of cancer is related to environment, and not just a roll of dice. Read more in this report by James Gallagher on BBC News:
Cancer is not just ‘bad luck’ but down to environment, study suggests
Cancer is overwhelmingly a result of environmental factors and not largely down to bad luck, a study suggests. Earlier this year, researchers sparked a debate after suggesting two-thirds of cancer types were down to luck rather than factors such as smoking. Read more…
It can be confusing which one is correct, but whether or not cancer is related to environment, the safest way is to avoid the things that you know can cause it, like tobacco smoke, processed meat, and more.
You can also boost your immune system, and protect yourself from this deadly disease by eating foods that are rich in essential nutrients (particularly vitamin C), increasing your physical activities, and getting enough sleep. Basically, you just have to follow a healthy lifestyle.
from NUTRITIONCLUB http://nutritionclub.ca/new-study-shows-cancer-is-related-to-environment/
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