Eat well

Eating well is an important part of reducing your cancer risk.
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Eating well begins with eating a variety of foods each day to get the nutrients you need for good health. Eating well isn’t about counting calories, although it’s still important to make sure that you’re not eating more than your body needs. It’s the overall pattern of eating that’s important.
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The basics of eating well

Read more on simple ways you can eat well and reduce your risk of cancer by checking out these articles. 
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What your dinner plate should look like

Canada’s Food Guide recommends that you eat a variety of healthy foods each day.
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Eat more veggies, fruit and fibre

People of all ages should eat more vegetables and fruit every day.

Have other questions about your diet and healthy eating habits?

Read these articles for other common questions about your diet, and get tips and tricks to help you eat even better!
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Eating well extras to consider

Get more information about vitamin D supplements, antioxidants, organic foods and vegetarian diets.
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Making time for eating well

Here are some tips to help you make time to eat well when life gets busy.
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Eating well with kids

Helping your kids eat well now will make them more likely to eat well as they get older.