In general, eating a healthy, balanced diet reduces your risk of developing cancer,
while a poor diet increases your cancer risk. Cancers associated with diet are most
commonly found in the digestive tract, including the oesophagus, stomach and bowel.
Improving your diet can be as simple as trying to eat more:
- vegetables, fruit and legumes
- cereals (preferably whol --More
Cancer is a disease of the body's cells. Normally cells grow and multiply in a
controlled way, however, if something causes a mistake to occur in the cells'
genetic blueprints, this control can be lost. Cancer is the term used to describe
collections of these cells, growing and potentially spreading within the body.
As cancerous cells can arise from almost any type of tissue cell, cancer actually