Cancer Prevention: WHO Report says diet is critical

The World Health Organization released a report documenting the link between  cancer, diet and lifestyle. In the WHO report, researchers stated that new cancer cases might reach 25 million per year in the next two decades. That’s a 70 percent increase over current levels and suggests that we need to make some radical changes to our cancer prevention approach. The organization cited high sugar consumption, alcohol abuse, and obesity as prime suspects in developing certain cancers, suggesting that half of the predicted cases could be prevented with diet or lifestyle changes.