Science Says: Less Booze And Bacon The Key To Good Health

Well this is not good news for us Iowegians!

Now that the holidays are over, lots of people are starting out 2019 with resolutions to eat better and drink less, and new research shows that could help cut the risk of cancer. According to a new report from the World Cancer Research Fund, cutting booze and bacon from our diets could cut our risk for the disease by up to 40%.

Research from the group gets updated once a decade in what has been called the “blueprint” to beat cancer and it suggests even small amounts of processed meats and alcohol raise the risk of some cancers. But they have a 10-point plan to help keep us healthy, which includes only eating a “moderate amount” of red meat, limiting our processed foods like bacon and soft drinks, and drinking less.

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