and Healthy Lifestyle
what your age is, whether you are already a woman with cancer
or simply someone concerned about reducing risk, following
a healthy lifestyle is very important. Many studies suggest
that obesity, lack of physical exercise, and heavy alcohol
consumption can increase the risk of developing some cancers,
including breast cancer. Smoking is associated with many deadly
diseases, including cancer.
most of the foods you eat from plant sources. Eat at least
5 or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day. Include
whole-grain breads, cereals, rice, pasta or beans several
times each day.
2. Limit your intake of high-fat foods. Choose foods
low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Limit consumption of
meats and increase your fish intake.
Limit consumption of alcoholic beverages.
is one of the best things you can do for your health. A 30
minute walk several times a week and some light to moderate
weight training can help you achieve and maintain your healthy
weight, which is important in cancer prevention. Be sure to
consult your doctor before beginning an exercise program.
is more than regular exercise and good eating it is
also a state of mind. Take care of yourself in a loving way.
Take time to appreciate the good things in your life, loved
ones, or just the miracle of a flower unfolding.