1 in 3 cancers can be prevented

In Australia approximately 44,000 cancer cases each year are preventable.1

We all know about the dangers of smoking and sun exposure.

Evidence now shows that nearly as many cancer cases are caused by a combination of the following lifestyle choices as smoking:

  • Drinking too much alcohol
  • Being overweight
  • A lack of physical activity
  • Eating too much red and processed meat
  • Not eating enough fruit and vegetables

Cancer risk quiz

Cancer risk quiz

Find out how you can reduce your cancer risk by answering 10 quick questions and download our FREE cookbook:


Lifestyle choices that can affect your cancer risk

Select from the following lifestyle choices to find out how they affect your cancer risk.
Overweight and obesity
Red and processed meat
Fruit and vegetables
Physical activity
UV exposure

1. Wilson et al. How many cancer cases and deaths are potentially preventable? Estimates for Australia in 2013. International Journal of Cancer. 2018;142(4):691-701