3 Tips For Anti-Cancer Cooking
Whether you have a history of breast cancer in your family or not, adopting a healthier diet and lifestyle is beneficial to reduce your risk. Cynthia Thomson, PhD, a professor at the College of Public Health at the University of Arizona explained to Health magazine that, “Adopting the right eating plan and getting regular exercise can significantly lower your risk of breast cancer” She adds, “There’s no medication that can provide that kind of protection for the average-risk women.” Studies have shown that there are foods that contribute to the development of cancer and others that lessen this risk. But, it’s not only what you eat, but how you prepare what you eat.
You can decrease your risk of breast cancer even more by making some simple changes to how you cook.
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1. Don’t overcook your meat.