For many of us, just a sip of wine is thought to not cause health issues. However, drinking alcohol in any capacity increases your risk of cancers and we explore exactly how.
Instead of drastically changing your lifestyle in the hope of reaching the chosen goal – with the consequence of feeling too overwhelmed and losing interest – there are small lifestyle choices that can be made on a daily basis that won’t leave you feeling deprived. Denying yourself foods you love will only cause you to dislike healthy nutritious food. Instead, give yourself the freedom to enjoy any and all foods in moderation.
There’s nothing like a good home-cooked meal and the feeling of comfort that comes with it.
Along with being a way to hone your culinary skills, home-cooking also proves beneficial when it comes to your health, and, ultimately, can be advantageous in the prevention of cancer.
The festive season is full of celebration, and this, of course, includes eating good food among family and friends.
But for cancer patients, there may be uncertainty when it comes to knowing what to eat during this time.