Nutrition can play an integral part in the fight against pre-existing cancers and overall cancer prevention. Recent research has concluded that a plant-based diet helps decrease cancer and disease risk. If cutting out high-biological value proteins such as those from animals, you must ensure you continue to eat complete proteins (those that contain all nine essential amino acids).
Many clients wanting to follow plant-based diets often make common mistakes after eliminating animal protein sources abruptly. Often, they complain of hunger, weakness, fatigue, and dissatisfaction. They tend to increase their intake of refined carbohydrates and non-nutrient-dense foods to feel fulfilled. These unhealthy diet habits are of a lesser quality and need more balance.