Do You Eat Cancer? Find out.

Eating red meat on a regular basis increases risk of developing cancer by 28%.

Drinking milk on a regular basis increases risk of getting cancer by 60%.

And following the Standard American Diet of ultra processed, high fat, convenience foods increases your risk of getting cancer by a whopping 200%.

Alternatively, you can decrease your risk of developing cancer through lifestyle habits. Living an overall healthy lifestyle (exercise and a whole foods, plant-based diet) decreases your risk of cancer by 30%. Eating lots of fruits and vegetables on a regular basis decreases your risk of getting cancer by 18%.

You make your own destiny with each bite

Source: Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

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Sara Binde
 

Sara is a health and nutrition coach. She advocates for a whole foods plant-based lifestyle and teaches the world how to achieve weight loss.

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