Preventing chronic diseases like cancer is a main driver for diet change globally. This report from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) looks at the strength of evidence relating various dietary and physical activity factors against the risk of developing different cancers. It also assesses the risk of these factors to weight gain; it is important to note that some of the recommendations are based maintaining a healthy weight rather than a direct link to managing cancer risk.
Here are their ten cancer prevention recommendations made by the WCRF. Click the image for more information on any of these recommendations. Most of these recommendations also reduce risk for other chronic diseases like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. The report is full if incredible detail on the link between lifestyle and all types of cancers. For the full report, click here.