The best cancer prevention practices foster an anti-cancer environment in our bodies. These habits are inexpensive, easy to adopt, and include:
- Eating a high-dense nutrient diet that is organic and free-range, low in animal saturated foods, high in plants and seeds, and moderate in fruits
- Reducing or removing foods that are processed, high in sugar, and junk food
- Performing regular exercise for at least 30 minutes per day
- Managing stress and sleep deprivation
- Reducing the level of toxins and promoting the repair of damage in the body
- Conducting regular and annual cancer screenings such as pap smears and prostate exams
- Performing Circulating Tumour Cells (CTC) blood tests on a regular basis
Recognising early warning signs of cancer and taking prompt action leads to the early diagnosis that increases the chances of successful treatment. Increased awareness of cancer symptoms, amongst healthcare providers such as physicians and nurses, as well as amongst the general public, can have a great impact on the disease.
Some early signs of cancer include lumps, sores that fail to heal, abnormal bleeding, persistent indigestion, and chronic hoarseness.