Prevention is always better than trying to find a cure!
Supporting world cancer day Blissful is sharing it’s top tips from over the years!
Cancer is a life-threatening disease, and over one million people die each year due to cancer. According to WHO, around 14 million people were diagnosed with cancer in the year 2017 alone.
In this article, we will discuss some tips that can help prevent cancer or promote your health on World Cancer Day!
Practice yoga and meditation
If you're looking for a way to reduce stress and anxiety, yoga and meditation are both great options. Yoga is a great way to get in shape, relieve stress and improve your health. It's also helpful for people who suffer from chronic illnesses such as arthritis or diabetes because it can help them maintain their mobility by building strength and flexibility.
Meditation has many benefits too! It's been shown to reduce stress levels by lowering cortisol levels in the body (cortisol is known as "the stress hormone") while increasing dopamine production in the brain which makes us feel happy! In addition meditation helps us focus better so we can stay on task when working on something important like writing an essay or studying for an exam!
Eat more vegetables
Vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals, which are essential for good health. Vegetables are also low in calories and fat, and high in fiber--which helps you feel full longer so you eat less at the next meal.
Vegetable Variety: To get the most nutrition from your vegetables, eat a variety of different types such as dark green leafy vegetables (kale or collard greens), orange/yellow fruits/vegetables (carrots) and red/purple fruits/vegetables (beets). Add vegetables to your meals whenever possible by using them as toppings on salads or sandwiches instead of dressing; adding them into soups; sautéing them with some olive oil; roasting them until crispy for snacks; steaming them until tender then pureeing into soups or sauces
Take Chloroxygen Supplement
Chloroxygen is a natural antioxidant that helps prevent cancer. It can be found in many natural supplements, and you may have even heard of it before. Chloroxygen can also be taken as a supplement on its own if you want to ensure your body has enough of this essential nutrient!
If you're looking for ways to reduce your risk of developing cancer or just want to stay healthy, consider eating more broccoli and garlic--both contain high amounts of chlorophyllin (which is what gives them their green colour).
Broccoli Sprouts for prevention
Chlorella supplementation to fight cancer?
Since chlorella is proven to increase the white cell content of the body, it may help in the fight against cancer. Certainly Professor Randall Marchant of Virginia Commonwealth University and a Neurologist looked into the effects of chlorella with brain tumours as early as 1986 and concluded it boosted the immune response significantly. (In a clinical study in 2008 he also concluded that chlorella could regulate genes involved in diabetes). Read more here from canceractive.com Chlorella is available instore and online here
Avoid alcohol, tobacco and coffee
In the quest to live a long and healthy life, there are some things you should avoid. Alcohol, tobacco and coffee are bad for your health. They increase your risk of cancer and heart disease as well as diabetes. They also cause inflammation in the body which can lead to weight gain, poor sleep patterns and high blood pressure.
Use a Mushroom Supplement
Mushrooms are a great source of antioxidants and they can help your immune system. Check out our range of Mushroom’s here
Take a Probiotics Supplement
Probiotics are good for your digestive health as well as lowering cholesterol levels and controlling blood sugar levels in diabetics or those who are at risk of diabetes.
Drink plenty of water
Drink plenty of water!
Drinking enough water is important for your body and mind. Drink at least 8 glasses of water each day, especially before, during and after meals. If you feel thirsty then it's time to drink some more! Also try drinking when you feel hungry or tired - sometimes this can be an indication that your body needs more fluids. Water can help improve concentration levels so if you're feeling stressed then grab yourself a glass!
- Exercise can help you sleep better.
- Exercise can help with stress and depression.
Get enough sleep at night.
Sleep is one of the most important ways to stay healthy and prevent disease.
Sleep helps your body recover from exercise, so it's critical for athletes who want to perform at their best. Sleep also helps you maintain a healthy weight by keeping hunger hormones in check and regulating blood sugar levels. And it can reduce cravings for unhealthy foods like sweets or salty snacks--which means less temptation when you're trying to lose weight!
Sleep also helps keep your immune system strong so that infections don't take hold as easily (or at all). The National Institutes of Health found that adequate sleep may lower the risk of heart disease and stroke by keeping cholesterol levels down while increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol levels
There are of course many other ways too which you should discuss with your healthcare practioner.
We hope that you have learned some new ways to promote your health on World Cancer Day. It is important to remember that maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the best way to prevent cancer and other diseases. We would always advise you check with your health practitioner if you have any questions as we are all individually different what is good for one is not necessarily the case for others. We wish you all the best!