Eat Healthy. Get Active. Prevent Cancer.

Good nutrition is an important way to help lower your cancer risk. A healthy diet that is low in fat, high in fiber, with lots of fruits and vegetables, has been shown to help reduce the probability of developing cancer. Click on the links below to learn more.



Interactive Tools
Nutrition and Activity Quiz
Calories Needed Calculator
Exercise Counts
Target Heart Rate Calculator

More Links
Be Physically Active; Achieve and Maintain a Healthy Weight
Tips on Maintaining Your Exercise Program
Examples of Moderate and Vigorous Activities
Exercise for Adults and the Elderly

Listed are some healthy recipes from the American Cancer Society’s Healthy Eating Cookbook, Second Edition. This revised edition is truly a celebration of food, friends and healthy living. Inside you’ll find new and exciting ways to prepare foods your friends and families will love. In addition to our own recipes, we’ve included favorite dishes from friends and celebrities from the worlds of entertainment, sports and businesses.

Look for more recipes later this month!

Healthy eating means more that just great taste. Our recipes are low fat, offer plenty of nutritional variety and follow the American Cancer Society Nutrition Guidelines.

For additional recipes, order the hardcover cookbook for $19.95 (includes domestic shipping) by calling 1.800.ACS.2345. Remember, regular physical activity and eating healthy are critical to preventing some types of cancer.