A new study shows a diverse diet of fruits and vegetables may decrease the risk of lung cancer, especially if we smoke.
By studying the diets of 1,600 people, scientists found, regardless of the amount, those who ate a variety of vegetables and fruits seemed to decrease their risk of lung cancer.
Doctors believe fruits and vegetables contain many bioactive compounds that are known to fight certain cancers.
Even though the data is impressive, the American Cancer Society warns there is no better way to fight lung cancer than to avoid smoking or to quit the habit completely.
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