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Friday, July 8, 2016

The Japanese Anti-Cancer Diet: 5 Ways to Immediately Lower Your Risk of Cancer

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by The Hearty Soul

Ever wonder why Asian cultures live longer, cancer-free lives? It’s no fluke. Studies consistently proves the Asian populations have a lower incidence of chronic diseases, like heart disease and cancer, compared to their Western counterparts.

Their longevity is not based on their geography. Rather, centuries of lifestyle practices have been linked to their good health. The good news, we can easily adopt their practices and incorporate easy tools and tips into our daily lives.

Asian Cultures and Minor Cancer Risks

A National Cancer Institute study found that North Americans have a 65 percent higher rate of cancer mortality than Asian-Pacific Islanders between 1998 and 2002. To boot, the World Health Organization has determined that dietary factors account for at least 30 percent of all cancers in Western countries.

The UCSF Cancer Resource Center holds that diet and lifestyle are key factors in prevention, debunking the common myth that genetics are the primary cause. The Cancer Resource Center’s study compared the relationship between westernization of culture across the globe and increased cancer rates. The findings show that dietary patterns in Asian populations are connected to lower incidences of cancer.
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