More than 1.6 million people are diagnosed with cancers in the United States. Nearly 600,000 die from this disease, making it the second leading cause of death in the world.
Eliminating risk factors can help prevent 30 to 40% of cancer. This includes eliminating the use of tobacco, increasing physical activity, and maintaining a healthy diet.
Watching what you eat and drink is important. You can avoid harmful chemicals or additives that could potentially enter your body.
According to a briefing in the 2022 Tea Symposium, higher intakes of tea consumption could potentially reduce the risk of some cancers.
There is strong evidence that some polyphenols have cancer-preventing properties and other properties that are beneficial in fighting cancer such as antioxidant and anti-inflammation,
The Symposium presentation leads to say that a recent meta-analysis showed a decrease in breast, biliary tract, endometrial, liver, and oral cancer risk as the consumption of tea increased.
According to Mount Sinai, multiple population-based studies suggest that both green and black teas help protect against cancer.