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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

5 STYLES CHANGES


THAT CAN CUT
COLORECTAL CANCER RISK.

Washington:
Changes in 5 lifestyle factors can help significantly reduce the incidences of colorectal cancer especially among men.

One of the recommendations made by Prof Donald Maxwell Parkin of Cancer Research UK Centre for Epi-dermiology, Mathematics and Economics, London is that people’s consumption of red meat should not be more than 80 or 90 grams per day.

He also suggests that people consume at least five portions of fruit, vegetables and fibre every day.
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The third recommendation is to exercise at least 30 minutes on five or more days per week.
The experts also suggest that men should not consume more than 21units of alcohol per WEEK and women should restrict their intake to 15 units.

(Courtesy: ANI through The Tribune of 8th April, 2009.)

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