These basic changes to your diet and lifestyle can increase your body’s defences against most common and deadly cancers
Cases have been increasing over the past three decades, according to the Department of Health, Colorectal cancer was the second leading cause of cancer deaths.
1. Limit consumption of red and processed meats
Studies have identified carcinogens (cancer-causing agents) not only in processed meat, but also in a diet that is rich in red meat such as beef, pork, lamb and veal. The International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified processed meat as a carcinogen and red meat as a probable carcinogen (something that probably causes cancer). Processed meats may be smoked, cured, salted, or made with nitrites, all of which may raise the amount of carcinogens in the body.
Carcinogens are also produced when red meat is burned during the cooking process.