It’s a well-known saying that “we are what we eat,” but recent discussions at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health reveal this extends far beyond obesity and heart disease, touching on something more alarming: cancer. As experts unpack the intricate link between our diets and cancer risk, the spotlight turns to everyday foods from ultra-processed snacks to the seemingly innocuous glass of wine, unveiling their roles in promoting cancer through chronic inflammation and more. Dive into the insights from leading nutrition and epidemiology specialists to understand how making informed dietary choices could be a pivotal step in cancer prevention.
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