In 2014, about 1.6 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States (National Cancer Institute). There are many factors that can affect our risk of getting cancer. There is current research being conducted to find ways to prevent cancer. While a universal cure has not been discovered, here are some things that can improve your chances:
Maintain a schedule of regular health checkups for early detection and treatment.
Stay active with regular exercise.
Maintain a normal weight.
Consume a healthy diet. Look for food products free of pesticide, herbicide and chemical fertilizers.
Maintain a safe and healthy environment free from harmful toxins.
Use effective clinically proven neutraceuticals and probiotics for health maintenance.