In Canada, cancer becomes the most deadly disease, after heart attack. According to Canadian Cancer Society, around 39 per cent of women and 44 per cent of men in Canada will develop cancer in their lifetimes. In 2010, an estimated 24,200 Canadians will be diagnosed with lung cancer and 20,600 will die of it.
The similir situation could be not so different in US, Europe and other developed countries. Governments, health private companies and non-government organization are working hard to combat cancer disease. They’re trying to find new resources for treatment and prevent the deadly disease.
All doctors suggest that cancer can be prevented by healthy living. By changing our lifestyle living to more healty way, cancer risk will be getting reduced. If we can manage our nitrition, then up up to 35% of all cancers can be prevented. Of course, we need to stop smoking, keep a healthy body and regulary conduct some exercises: jogging, play tennis or just make some resistance exercise using p90x resistance bands.
Some incredible species of plants provide material to prevent us from getting cancer. They produce resveratrol, a kind of polyphenol and phytoalexin, a chemical substance having antioxidants characteristics linked to activity of reducing cancer risk.
According to Linus Pauling Institute, the effects of oral resveratrol administration on mice that are genetically predisposed to colon cancer have been mixed and a few studies have documented that oral resveratrol protects against colon cancer development in rats administered the carcinogen. Clinical trials are currently underway to address this question and to also determine whether resveratrol might be beneficial in cancer treatment.
Resveratrol is found primary in grapes skin and the seeds. Other sources of resveratrol are mullbery fruit, cocoa powder, backing chocolate and dark chocolate. Now public can buy resveratrol in form of health supplement product.
So, let’s keep our body health and prevent the most deadly disease by manage nutrition intake with healthy food, vegetable and fruits, regular exercise and stop-smoking.