A more recent research audit conducted in UP shows that while lung, colorectal, pharynx, stomach, head and neck, and liver were the five most common sites of cancer diagnosed among men in 2012; for the same period, the five common sites of cancer diagnosed among women were breast, ovary, lip and oral cavity, lung and cervix. But more recent studies revealed the following:
Research reveals that some foods are proven to help prevention of cancer and can be included in your daily diet. These food items are available in every nook and corner of the world today and therefor, pose no challenge for the consumer.
Dr Gagan Saini, Radiation Oncologist, Max Healthcare says, “Foods that prevent cancer fight the bad mutation of the cells and prevents cells from getting damaged further. The anti-oxidants prevalent in these foods extend positive formative stimuli to the body; cell protective effects that help in fighting cancers.
Some vegetables containing carotenoids help in preventing oral, lung cancers. By and large,a low-fat, high-fiber diet that includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans, as being the best for cancer prevention. But one should also balance exercises and foods to keep the insides of the body healthy.”