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Reducing Oral Cancer Risks Can Come from Foods
Posted on 7/20/2018 by Dr. Anthony Dailley
If someone tells you how to avoid oral cancer, you may or may not listen to the suggestions. Most people do not worry too much about whether they will deal with this issue during their lifetime. They only worry about it when it happens. One way we can make people do something to prevent oral cancer is to tell them that they can get help by turning to foods they already like. Foods that Help There is a long list of foods that can prevent oral cancer. Foods that re high in the Omega 3 fatty acids are at the top of the list. This includes fish, walnuts, flaxseed and soybeans. Cruciferous vegetables are another good preventative food. These types of vegetable include broccoli and cabbage. Beans are a good thing to include in the diet. The list of food also includes garlic, green leafy vegetables, green tea and tomatoes. It is not just about the variety of food that you eat that can prevent oral cancer. It is also about the way you prepare the food. Avoid frying and grilling of the food. Stick to boiling or steaming to get the most from your diet. Why These Help? The big question people have is why these foods help. It is all about the vitamins and minerals in the food. These foods do more than help your oral health. They help your overall health. Following a healthy diet that includes these foods will make your body stronger. It will help you fight off many different conditions, including oral cancer. Following a healthy diet is only one of the things to do to prevent oral cancer. Regular checkups and cleaning is another important aspect. If you want to find out more about how you can improve your oral health and avoid ever having to worry about oral cancer, contact the dental professionals at our offices....

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