Always Good To Remember

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Following three strategies for both cancer prevention and weight loss are similar.

Strategies for Cancer Prevention:

1. Eat mostly plant-based foods, which are low in energy density

2. Be physically active

3. Maintain a healthy weight (via steps 1 and 2, as well as reducing portion size)

Strategies for Weight Loss:

1. Eat a greater proportion of plant-based foods, which are low in energy density

2. Be physically active

3. Reduce your portion size

Source

The New Plate

The Expert Report

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Other Measures Always Good To Remember

*Always Good To Remember – avoid smoke or tobacco chewing*

*Always Good To Remember – avoid alcohol*

*Always Good To Remember – avoid sugar drinks*

*Always Good To Remember – avoid salty foods*

*Always Good To Remember – avoid processed foods*

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By The Way

Following Was My Plate On Friday Night

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