Chapter 16 Anti-aging, Cancer, Preventative Medicine. Four Stages of Adulthood. Ages 19-30 (young adulthood) Ages 31-50 (young adulthood) Ages 51-70 (middle-age adulthood) Ages 70 and up (older adulthood) Nutritional needs change Lifestyle and nutrition play important roles.
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What happens when the bodies reserve capacity of
certain organ cells starts depleting?
Pesticides, too much SUN!
Free radicals, Oxygen
Reduce Quantity of Calories!
What is the main “diet” cancer risk factor?
What is the recommended % Calories from Fat suggested by the N.C.I.?
to reduce cancer risk?
What about if you are at risk genetically for cancer?
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