What is F.I.T. Tech?
F.I.T. Tech is a fitness program sponsored by Texas Tech University to improve the well being of the faculty, students, and staff.
For more information contact:
By Phone: 806.742.3046
By E-mail: email@example.com
Nutrition Tip of the Month:
Don’t know what’s for dinner? Make a casserole with whatever you have on hand.
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May: Cancer Control Month
It is the 2nd leading cause of illness and death in the United States:
1 in 4 deaths.
Cancer strikes about 1 in 3 adults over his or her lifetime.
The good news: lifestyle changes, along with early detection, can prevent nearly 1/2 of all cancer deaths. Your food choices are some of the most important factors under your control that can reduce cancer risk.
Food has a three-way impact on cancer. Eating well can:
- Lower your risk for developing cancer (help prevent).
- Positively influence and support cancer treatment.
- Once treatment is complete, help you live well for years to come.
Diet and Cancer Prevention
Eating well can lower your chance of developing cancer. Here are some general guidelines to help reduce your cancer risk with diet:
- Keep a healthy weight
- Limit calorie-dense, nutrient-deficient foods
- Eat vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes
- Limit intake of red meats and processed meats
- Limit alcohol
- Consume less salt