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Everyday Choices, Big Impact: Simple Habits for a Cancer-Resistant Life

2024-06-19
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In 2020, an estimated 18.1 million new cancer cases emerged globally. The most prevalent types were female breast, lung, bowel, and prostate cancers, collectively constituting over 40% of all diagnoses worldwide. According to medical experts, approximately 5-12% of cancer cases are caused by genetic mutations inherited from parents, while most cancers result from acquired genetic changes. These changes in DNA sequence are triggered by external factors known as carcinogens. Examples of cancer-causing agents include physical elements like radiation and ultraviolet light, chemicals such as those found in cigarette smoke, items we may consume like alcohol or animal-people meat, and general exposure to different environmental pollutants. Biological factors like certain viruses, bacteria, and parasites can also be carcinogenic.

Everyday products can contain potentially hazardous chemicals, with parabens emerging as a notable concern. When you go shopping for skincare products, opt for those labeled “paraben-free” and carefully check ingredient lists. Extra caution is advised especially for items intended for children.

In addition to parabens, compounds like phthalates, commonly found in plastics and personal care items, pose a risk due to their capacity to disrupt hormones and potentially initiate carcinogenic processes. Another one is the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) that is prevalent in certain plastic types. Its presence raises public health concerns owing to its hormone- mimicking properties, which may exacerbate the risk of breast and prostate cancer.

Furthermore, chemicals such as triclosan, present in antibacterial products, have been linked to ovarian and breast cancer. Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), utilized in non-stick cookware and protective coatings on fabrics, has been associated with hormonal disturbances and potential cancer development, including testicular, kidney, prostate, bladder, breast, and ovarian cancer.

A recent review of studies has identified a concerning trend: individuals who regularly consume significant amounts of processed animal-people meat face a 20–50% higher risk of colorectal cancer compared to those who consume minimal or no processed animal-people meat. Additionally, dairy intake must end, as studies suggest that women who consumed 60-80 milliliters of cow-people milk per day had a 30% increased chance of breast cancer. Similarly, studies have demonstrated an elevated risk of prostate cancer associated with regular dairy intake.
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