How a plant-based diet can help reduce your cancer risk

By helping you maintain a healthy weight, a plant-based diet can help reduce your cancer risk. A diet that primarily consists of whole grains, vegetables, fruits and beans provides powerful antioxidants and phytochemicals that can help you stay healthy. These nutrients boost your immune system and help your body fight cancer, diabetes, heart disease, stroke and other diseases.

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8 Replies to “How a plant-based diet can help reduce your cancer risk”

  1. I will mention, grains tend to spike your insulin levels and increase likelihood of fat storage xx

  2. Every morning make a paper bracelet
    Wear it al day. If you break the diet, than you cut the bracelet. The ones that are not cut should be kept. Restart your collection when you break your diet. I think it sounds like a good idea

  3. Humans have been eating a plant based diet for decades! That's one reason why everyone is sick and dying of disease.
    *Humans should eat a varied (mainly raw) animal foods diet.
    Make sure all the land animals you get the meat and dairy from are healthy and pasture raised.
    And the seafood wild caught.
    Eating overly cooked meat and pasteurised dairy from sick, tortured, confined, grain fed animals does not make you healthy!
    That part is true!
    But foods high in fibre, sugar and anti-nutrients are not good for the human body either.
    If you must eat plant foods make sure they're organic!
    Most people do not eat organic.
    So they are eating poison along side their anti-nutrients and sugar!
    Oh yeah so healthy! 🙄

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