If you had a chance to keep breast cancer at bay, would you take it?
Who wouldn’t, right?
252,710—that’s how many women in the US are expected to develop invasive breast cancer in 2017. 40,610 are expected to die from it.
Men are not exempt either. Experts also expect to see 2,470 cases of the life-threatening disease in male patients in the same year.
The good news is there are 11 easy ways to significantly improve your odds of completely avoiding the dreaded condition. And when we say “easy,” we mean it.
They’re so easy, in fact, that you can start making changes today—which is good because when it comes to cancer, the bigger the your head start is, the better your odds of survival becomes.
The whole thing revolves around proper diet, regular physical activity, adequate rest and relaxation, healthier lifestyle choices and regular screening.
That’s right. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on some magic pill or preventive treatment to keep breast cancer at bay. All you have to do is make small changes to your current lifestyle and slowly build on them over time.