By Colleen Martin, MD Anderson Staff Writer
When you're juggling work and family, it can be tough to maintain a healthy diet. After all, it's sometimes easier -- and quicker -- to stop by the drive-through or sit down at your favorite restaurant.
But remember, you are what you eat. And, most "fast-food" options tend to be low in nutrients and high in fat. They don't offer the low-fat, plant-based diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains that can help to curb your risk of cancer.
So, how can you fit a low-fat, cancer-fighting diet into your busy life? Get our expert advice in this month's issue of Focused on Health.
You'll also get tips on how to choose a healthy diet -- and find out which drinks may curb your cancer risk.
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