October 1999 Issue

Preventing Cancer: What To Eat, What To Avoid To Lower Your Risk

Cancer is the number two killer in the U.S. That's the bad news. The good news is that experts estimate one-third of cancers are linked to diet and that three to four million cases of cancer could be prevented each year simply by making dietary changes, though not necessarily the ones you might think. Here, EN answers questions about protective foods and dietary practices. Identifying Cancer Protectors How many fruits and vegetables

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