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30 Ways to Lower Your Lung Cancer Risk

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Sarah Crow of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 31: These healthy habits can slash your lung cancer risk in an instant. Imagine what it would feel like if taking a single breath was a Herculean effort, or feeling like you just finished a marathon after walking only a few steps.For many individuals with lung cancer, these experiences are all too familiar. Lung cancer is the second most commonly-diagnosed type of cancer in men and women, killing approximately 155,870 in the United States alone each year. While smoking is a contributing factor for most lung cancer patients, there are countless lifestyle choices that can also contribute to a person’s risk of developing this debilitating disease.The good news? Armed with the right information, you can reduce your risk of becoming one of lung cancer’s victims. Even better, lowering your lung cancer risk is easier than you might think. Making a few easy lifestyle changes and loading up on healthy foods—some of which you may already have in your kitchen—can slash your lung cancer risk and put you on track for a longer, healthier, and happier life. Check out these 30 ways to lower your lung cancer risk, and when you’re ready to enjoy better full-body health, make the 50 Foods That Slash Your Cancer Risk part of your routine!

30 Ways to Lower Your Lung Cancer Risk

These healthy habits can slash your lung cancer risk in an instant. Imagine what it would feel like if taking a single breath was a Herculean effort, or feeling like you just finished a marathon after walking only a few steps.

For many individuals with lung cancer, these experiences are all too familiar. Lung cancer is the second most commonly-diagnosed type of cancer in men and women, killing approximately 155,870 in the United States alone each year. While smoking is a contributing factor for most lung cancer patients, there are countless lifestyle choices that can also contribute to a person’s risk of developing this debilitating disease.

The good news? Armed with the right information, you can reduce your risk of becoming one of lung cancer’s victims. Even better, lowering your lung cancer risk is easier than you might think. Making a few easy lifestyle changes and loading up on healthy foods—some of which you may already have in your kitchen—can slash your lung cancer risk and put you on track for a longer, healthier, and happier life. Check out these 30 ways to lower your lung cancer risk, and when you’re ready to enjoy better full-body health, make the 50 Foods That Slash Your Cancer Risk part of your routine!

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