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Nutrition to Help Prevent Cervical Cancer

Researchers are still studying whether specific foods or nutrients can affect cervical cancer risk.

Focus on eating at least five servings of vegetables and fruits each day. Make sure to include at least one orange vegetable each day such as carrots, sweet potatoes and squash.

Follow Canada's Food Guide to help you eat a balanced diet with a variety of foods to meet your nutritional needs and to maintain a healthy weight .

Click to learn more general healthy eating steps to reduce your risk of cancer .
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