10 Common Habits That Increase Your Risk of Cancer

Eating fat foods too much

The association between fat intake and several common cancers, such as those of the colorectum, breast, endometrium, ovary, and prostate, received its strongest support from correlation studies on people. Breast cancer is less common in countries where the typical diet is plant-based and low in total fat.

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