More than 10 million people are diagnosed with cancer every year. Until today, cancer was believed largely caused by genetic mutations; however, new research from Stony Brook University in the US indicates that up to 90% of cancers could be avoided by living a healthier lifestyle. On World Cancer Day, discover which foods and drinks could reduce your cancer risk.
One apple a day really can keep the doctor away. According to the Prevent Cancer website, eating antioxidant-rich apples on a daily basis has been associated with a lower risk of lung and colon cancers, while the phytochemicals in apples (including quercetin) have been shown to quash cancerous breast tumors.