Valuable cancer prevention recommendations from American experts
Dermatologist Joseph Sobanko of the University of Pennsylvania said that every morning he used sunscreen with a SPF 30 from zinc or titanium dioxide. Sunscreen is not only a beauty product but also a drug against cancer-causing ultraviolet rays and repairing skin problems.
It is a recommendation not only to Dr. Joseph, but also many other experts who say that it is advisable to use sunscreen daily, even if it is not sunny.
Eating healthy foods
A diet rich in green vegetables, fiber and omega 3 can fight aggressively with cancer.
Dr Philippe Spiess, a specialist at Moffitt Cancer Center, said he ate a fried egg every morning, along with a quarter cup of spinach, and a few slices of cheese. He focused on a variety of green leafy vegetables and protein in the morning and at noon, so that the stomach was light at night - the most important thing in cancer prevention.
Aspirin helps relieve pain and reduce inflammation of the colon.
Dr. Daniel Rosenberg, director of the Colon Cancer Prevention Program at the University of Connecticut Health, said he used about 81 milligrams of the drug. However, if you want to use, you must consult a doctor. According to a previous study, people taking 71-1,200 milligrams of painkiller every day for at least a year could reduce colorectal cancer by 33%.
Dr. Keith McCrae (Cancer Researcher at the Cancer Institute, Clevelan Hospital) spends 6 days a week doing exercises. In addition, he choose to work as a bicycle so that his body can move more frequently.
The research at JAMA Internal Medicine say that people who exercise for about 1.25 hours - 2.5 hours a week have a 31% lower risk of dying from cancer than those who are lazy.
Taking vitamin PP
Dr. Anthony Rossi (Dermatologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) takes vitamin PP every day. This is a kind of vitamin B3 that can reduce the formation of certain types of skin cancer and reduce cell damage caused by ultraviolet radiation.
The researcher at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Matthew Yurgelun, says he regularly uses almonds or pistachio nuts. This is a great way to supplement nutrition when starving and to limit high fat and sugar foods related to diseases like obesity and cancer.
Eating more fish and less meat
Cancer researcher Urola Christopher Saigal is a fish eater. The typical dinner of Mr. Urola is salmon, brown rice and green vegetables. These foods are completely beneficial for the heart and prevent the types of prostate cancer. Therefore, you should add them to your daily diet, at least twice a week.
Drinking green tea
Green tea has excellent antioxidant properties. That's why researcher Alan Wan ( at Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital) always drinks tea every morning.
By: Scarlet Johnson