Cancer has been predicted to be the leading cause of death in every country of the world in few years. Although dietary factors are thought to be important in determining the risk of developing cancer, establishing the exact effects of diet on cancer risk has proved challenging.
It has been estimated that 30-40% of all kinds of cancer can be prevented with a healthy lifestyle and dietary measures. A low use of fibres, the intake of red meat and an imbalance of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats may contribute to increase the risk of cancer. On the other hand, the assumption of lots of fruit and vegetables may lower the risk of cancer.
Renowned nutrition and wellness consultant, Sheela Krishnaswamy, involves senior Oncologist Dr Manish Singhal and Clinical Nutritionist Shivshankar T. in an exciting discussion about Cancer and Diet.
The discussion revolves around preventive diet, treatment diet and diet myths related to Cancer.
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