“All survivors should be encouraged to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle with attention to weight management (SNWM-2), physical activity (SPA-1), and healthy dietary habits (SNWM-1)...”
NCCN Guidelines, “Survivorship: Healthy Lifestyles” , Version 1.2015, p. 69.
Ontario Guy wrote: My brother, three years older than myself, smokes, drinks a fair amount, leads a sedentary lifestyle, and by any standard eats a worse diet than I do. I got cancer, he didn't. Go figure.
I agree with weissoccermom: cancer strikes where it wants to. Sure, eat a healthy diet, lead a healthy lifestyle.
But you can still get cancer. I did.
ieowi wrote:it's good to know that cancer patient don't need really to follow a specific diet in order to prevent it from coming back, HOWEVER I couldn't help noticing that exercises has come up in a couple of responds.
I guess trying to be in healthy diet is good for overall health but that doesn't mean to be very strict as a lot of NED'S are living there life pretty much like before.
So having a burger once a week wouldn't really hurt
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