The best advice for cancer prevention is to eat fruits and vegetables, get some exercise, and keep weight in a healthful range.
Eat lots of leafy, colorful fruit and vegetables, said Stephen Hursting, a professor of nutrition at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in a Washington Post article.
They’re full of antioxidants — substances that help repair cell damage and may help prevent some kinds of cancer. These foods also have anti-inflammatory components that might play a role in fighting cancer.
I tried something new this morning. I sauteed Brussels sprouts with garlic. It was tasty.