A research study indicates that exercise may reduce the risk of 13 cancers.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle could decrease cancer deaths by 67 percent for men and 59 percent for woman.
A healthy lifestyle could lower the discovery of new cancers by 41 percent in women and 63 percent in men.
As defined a healthy lifestyle is one where a person doesn’t smoke, doesn’t drink too much, maintains a body mass index between 18.5 and 27.5, and exercises 75 to 150 minutes weekly.
Seventy-five minutes of vigorous exercise or 150 minutes of moderate exercise counts in this number.
I strength train two or three days a week for the most part. It adds up to between 80 minutes and 150 minutes.
Today I received a CSA box–a box of community-supported agriculture produce items from a local farm. The produce I bought is organic. There’s enough in the box to create three or four “vegetable” sides for three or four meals.
The photo below shows one dinner with local dry sea scallops and red chard. You can simply heat up olive oil in a saute pan and cook the red chard until it’s wilted yet not too dark. The sea scallops can be cooked for five minutes on each side with a little salt and pepper and garlic powder.
Here’s a nutrition fact you might not know: scallops are a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids. And the red chard–well greens in any form are always good.
This dinner is quick and easy: it takes only 10 minutes total to cook the items.