Cancer-fighting diets focus on changing eating habits

04/18/2011 | HealthDay News

Many diets help people lose weight, but more specific regimens, such as a Mediterranean-style or whole-body diet, are better at reducing the risk of cancer. Clinical dietitian Daxaben Amin of the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center says diets that reduce the risks of cancer call for permanent changes in eating habits and include all of the food groups rather than focusing on short-term changes or restricting certain foods.

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