One in 2.5 women will die of heart disease or stroke, compared with one in 30 from breast cancer. But you can substantially reduce many of your risk factors for heart disease and stroke with a few simple lifestyle changes. And if you've already had heart disease or a stroke, the lifestyle changes can help you to a more successful recovery.
What we eat and how we treat our bodies on a daily basis have a very powerful effect on our health and quality of life. Although cancer can affect many different parts of the body, the foods that prevent cancer and deter cancer growth are generally the same. Fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes all have important nutrients and other cancer-fighting substances like phytochemicals and pectin that strengthen immune function and destroy cancer-causing substances before they cause harm. Research has shown that people who eat products, high in plant foods, and low in fat have a much lower risk of developing cancer.
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