Whether it’s quitting a bad habit, adopting a healthy lifestyle, or eating more nutritious foods, health remains the focus for self-improvement in the New Year. In fact, 6 out of 10 New Year’s resolutions are somehow related to improving physical health. Sadly, the majority of resolutions fail within the first month of being set.
Everyone begins the year with the best intentions, but for many reasons can’t sustain their desire to change. Lack of motivation, unsupportive environments or relationships, or poor planning all contribute to falling short of goals.
New statistics released by the American Cancer Society indicate that nearly 1.6 million new cancer cases are expected to surface this year in the United States. Many of these cancers are a preventable and related to a poor diet, lack of exercise, or unhealthy lifestyle choices. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States yet can be greatly reduced with healthy lifestyle choices.
By making a commitment to living a healthier and more active lifestyle you can reduce or prevent your chances of developing Cancer or other preventable diseases. One of the best ways to reduce your risk of developing cancer is to make healthy eating and lifestyle choices beginning today.
This infographic shed’s light into superfoods proven to reduce the development of cancer cells in the body. It’s never too late to make a positive lifestyle change!