Diet May Help Protect Nonsmokers (Even Smokers) Against Lung Cancer

LUNGS -- Cancer
CANCER -- Prevention
FRUIT in human nutrition
VEGETABLES in human nutrition
DIET
NUTRITION
CIGARETTE smokers
WORLD Health Organization

Abstract:The article reports that diet may help protect nonsmokers and even smokers against lung cancer. According to a research, there are substances in foods that may help shield lungs from environmental effects that can lead to lung cancer particularly to nonsmokers. Eating fruits and vegetables reduces lung cancer risk. Based on the recent World Health Organization report, if everyone will eat at least four cups of fruits and vegetables everyday, it reduces lung cancer risk worldwide by 12 percent.

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