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We know that certain foods can help reduce cancer risk. Follow the American Cancer Society guidelines for a healthier life and FIGHT CANCER with he food you eat. Here's how:
  1. Watch your weight
  2. Cut down on total fat intake
  3. Eat more high-fiber foods
  4. Eat fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins A and C, and choose more cabbage-family vegetables (some are also high in vitamin A or C)
  5. Limit alcohol intake, if you drink
  6. East less salt-cured, smoked, or nitrite-cured foods
Diet is suspect as an important cause of as much as 35% of all cancer deaths. And research continues to uncover more information on which foods may help reduce cancer risks.

Best of all, the foods that are good for you are good to eat. Keep the following shopping list with you when you go to your market or post it on your refrigerator. (Capture or Print this list with your browser program!)

American Cancer Society Shopping List
Vitamin AVitamin CLow FatFiber
(made from
skim milk)
broccolicabbagebok choy
(skin it,
don't bread
or fry
brussels sprouts
spinachred and green chick peas
sweet potatoespepperscorn tortillas
tomatoesstrawberriesfishdried beans
winter squashlean meatskale
milk (or skim)oranges
(or non-fat)
whole grain cereals,
bread (check
lablels for oil/
Vitamin AVitamin CLow FatFiber

  1. Change in bowel or bladder habits
  2. A sore that does not heal
  3. Unusual bleeding or discharge
  4. Thickening or lump in breast or elsewhere
  5. Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing
  6. Obvious change in wart or mole
  7. Nagging couch or hoarseness
If you have a warning signal, see your doctor.

For more information, contact:

Oklahoma Division, Inc.
3000 United Founders Blvd.
Suite 136
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112

or dial

The information in this bulletin is contained in a brochure available through the American Cancer Society and at OUPD headquarters.

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