Lecture 30- Protein & Ca - Lecture30:Calcium...

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Lecture 30: Calcium 13/11/2009 12:28:00 Minimizing Risk of Cancer Examine yourself Know your family history  Don’t smoke tobacco Limit exposure to sun Get vaccinated  o Hepatitis B o Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Eat your fruits and vegetables  Limit your consumption of fats Limit alcohol consumption o <2 oz/day Prevent overweight o Endometrial (uterine) cancer o Post-menopausal breast cancer o Colon cancer o Prostatic cancer o Kidney cancer o o Gallbladder cancer o Pancreas Cancer  Exercise o How? – Inverted J Hypothesis- moderate exercise = immune function  is high, disease susceptibility is low Maintain Positive Attitude 
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o Locus of Control, (do more positive things and choices  Perils of Protein  Consuming Protein: o Does not increase athletic performance
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