FOLLOW A PROPER DIET
Base your diet mainly of plant foods: not industrially refined grains, legumes and a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Try to take at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a day, preferably in season. It also limits the consumption of red meat (beef, pork, beef, etc.) and avoids those preserved as sausages.
Cigarette smoking represents the greatest risk factor for pancreatic cancer. So, every time you’re about to turn you on a cigarette, think you’re causing a serious damage to your body.
Physical activity is essential for the prevention of recurrence, but it is effective from the therapeutic point of view only if it is carried out with constant frequency. Build with your doctor a training schedule, which respects your state and maintain yourself active, not causing damages to your body during recovery after surgery.
TRACK THE WEIGHT
Overweight is a very important risk factor, both for cancers and for other diseases such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes for example. To find out if your weight is correct you can try to calculate your Body Mass Index ie: weight (kg) / [height (m)] 2 which should remain between 21:23.
LIMIT THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL
The alcohol, if consumed in excess, plays its malicious action in different ways: it may damage some tissues or organs, interact with other harmful compounds such as smoke by enhancing the effects or reduce the protective ability of some nutrients.