Nutrition Score Analysis Shows AICR Recommendations Significantly Lower Cancer Risk

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Healthy eating habits lower risk of cancer. Many studies confirm that a healthy pattern of eating and drinking is associated with a lower risk of cancer as well as reducing the risk of weight gain. But for many people, there is not enough clarity on what food choices really count as healthy eating for reducing cancer risk. A new study comparing different dietary recommendations concludes that a score based on following the AICR Recommendations provides a stronger link to lower cancer risk than scores based on general definitions of healthy eating.
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    Survey Says, One in Four Americans Use Digital Technologies for Tracking Health Goals

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    About one in four Americans are using digital devices and online resources to stay healthy, with most users looking to be more active and to lose weight, according to a new consumer survey on digital health. Among these users, the majority say technology helped them meet their weight and activity goals.
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      Maintain Physical Activity and Healthy Weight for Lower Cancer Risk

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      Do you know what is the most important thing you can do to reduce your risk of cancer (besides not smoking)?

      Maintain a healthy weight.

      It is true. The authors of the Third Expert Report: Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer: A Global Perspective, describe the evidence linking body fatness to cancer as “overwhelming”, noting there is strong evidence to suggest that excess body fat is a cause of 12 cancers.
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