According to a UK research report found that over 40% of cancers could be prevented by a healthier lifestyle. Smoking, unhealthy diet, alcohol and being overweight were the top factors and the numbers could be improved with changes in 14 additional lifestyle and environmental factors.
34% of cancers in 2010 in the UK were linked to either smoking, diet, drinking alcohol or excess weight.
Other factors linked in both men and women were a lack of fruit and vegetables, infections such as HPV and excessive sun exposure and tanning beds.
The evidence is overwhelming: Proper diet, lifestyle and environmental choices are critical in avoiding modern chronic diseases. Following TurboCharged is the best health insurance and disease prevention program money can buy.
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