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Mansi Mansi
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List the nine leading modifiable risk factors related to cancer development worldwide.

Q. 2

In addition to dietary changes, what else should Julie consider doing to decrease her risk of cancer?
 a. Exercise daily.
  b. Consider alternative therapies such as a colon cleanse.
  c. Try a macrobiotic diet.
 d. Look for phytochemical extracts to supplement her diet.
  e. Try an herbal supplement.

Q. 3

Which strategy would most likely help Julie increase her intake of antioxidants?
 a. Consume more lean meat such as poultry.
  b. Consume brightly colored fruits and vegetables.
  c. Take a multivitamin and a vitamin E supplement.
  d. Increase her intake of whole grains.
  e. Consume more fish and seafood.

Q. 4

In addition to the lack of vegetables and fruits in her diet, Julie's diet also lacks _____, which can help reduce her cancer risk. a variety of vegetables and fruits
 a. sugar
  b. protein
  c. a variety of vegetables and fruits
  d. iron
  e. calcium

Q. 5

What should Julie do to reduce her risk of colorectal cancer?
 a. Switch from beer to red wine when she drinks.
  b. Decrease her intake of red and processed meats.
  c. Eliminate added sugars.
  d. Increase her intake of green tea.
  e. Avoid cigarette smoke.

Q. 6

Julie should exclude excessive intake of _____ to reduce her cancer risk.
 a. cranberry juice
  b. soft drinks
  c. orange juice
  d. skim milk
  e. alcohol

Q. 7

What should Julie do first in her attempt to reduce her risk of all types of cancer?
 a. Consume five or more serving of fruits and vegetables daily
  b. Add skim milk to her diet.
  c. Eliminate red meat.
  d. Continue to get three to four servings of refined grains per day.
  e. Avoid grilling any food.

Q. 8

Which vegetable is from the cruciferous family?
 a. garlic
  b. broccoli
  c. onions
  d. carrots
  e. green peppers

Q. 9

Which supplement has been proven to be effective in reducing the risk of cancer development?
 a. phytochemical extracts
  b. vitamin E
  c. vitamin C nuts
  d. beta-carotene
  e. Supplements have not been proven to effectively reduce the risk of cancer development.
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MulengaMulenga
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Answer to #1

1 . Obesity
2 . Low vegetable and fruit intake
3 . Physical inactivity
4 . Smoking
5 . Excess alcohol intake
6 . Unsafe sex
7 . Air pollution
8 . Indoor use of solid fuels
9 . Hepatitis B or C viral infection

Answer to #2

a

Answer to #3

b

Answer to #4

c

Answer to #5

b

Answer to #6

e

Answer to #7

a

Answer to #8

b

Answer to #9

e
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