Anti-cancer lifestyle

By changing your daily habits, you can significantly reduce your risk of developing cancer ( glioblastoma multiforme ). Scientific research has proven that there are simple ways to do this. The only thing you need is regularity. Take care of your health today!

First of all, quit smoking. You have probably known about its harmfulness for a long time. Smoking cigarettes drastically increases your risk of cancer, and not just lung cancer. It’s time to stop pretending that this doesn’t concern you.

Also, limit alcohol. By drinking 10 drinks a week, you put yourself at a 15% higher risk of developing breast cancer. It is similar with other cancers. End with it! Swap your weekly weekend drink in town in favor of a glass of red wine once in a while.

Exercise regularly for at least 30 minutes every day. Physical activity is one of the main pillars on which the anti-cancer lifestyle is based. Choose the type of activity that suits you. You do not have to play competitive sports right away. All you need to do is walk at a brisk pace, ride a bike or do Pilates. The choice is huge.

Make good changes to your diet from today. Start by cutting down on refined sugar. Replace sweets with sweet fruit. Eliminate or severely limit the consumption of fast food. Eat plenty of raw vegetables and drink natural juices. Replace the cola with mineral water or green tea. Don’t eat red meat. It has been proven that its consumption contributes significantly to the increase in the incidence of cancer. Choose poultry and fish instead.

It is also important that you get a good night’s sleep. 6 hours of sleep a night is an absolute minimum. Your body needs time to rest and recover. Try to sleep in absolute darkness. It has been scientifically proven that even a little light at night can interfere with melanin production, and this hormone slows down the growth of cancer cells.

Stick to these few simple rules every day, and the specter of cancer in the future will take you away from you.

The anti-cancer lifestyle is also optimism! People who are positive about the world, who smile often, are healthier and live longer.

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