Reduce your risk of cancer
Adopt lifestyle changes that have been proven to reduce the risk of cancer. Start your new tomorrow, today!
28 days
66 tasks
AUD $0.00 (Returning User)


Discover lifestyle habits that will reduce your risk of cancer. This plan facilitates lifestyle changes that combat the risk factors for cancer: stress, lack of exercise, reduced fibre intake, alcohol, and meat consumption. Adopt lifestyle changes that have been proven to reduce the risk of cancer. Start your new tomorrow, today!

This plan was developed in conjunction with the Sydney Adventist Hospital Integrated Cancer Centre. The plan aims to educate and assist participants in making lifestyle choices that help to reduce the risk of cancer.

Facilitated over 4 weeks, each week presents a series of educational videos and daily activities that support the development of positive lifestyle habits. Participants are encouraged to perform the activities and log their progress.

Let's get started in helping you to reduce your risk of cancer!

What you will learn:

How stress impacts cancer
The important role of fibre
How exercise protects the body
The link between meat and cancer
What science says about alcohol

Plan Activities:

Master trainer led exercise routines
Deep breathing training
Recipes to empower the body
Reduction of harmful substances
Sleep challenges



The information provided is general in nature and does not take into account individual health issues, as well as previous and/or current cancer or other chronic condition(s). Therefore, it is intended to be used for educational purposes only. This plan is designed for users over 18 years of age. The purpose of this plan is to help reduce the risk of cancer and does not provide personalised medical advice. The information is not a comprehensive guide for therapy, guaranteed prevention or improvement for cancer recovery. Before acting on any information presented, you should consider the appropriateness of the information in regard to your own health and any medical conditions you may have. Consult your doctor, exercise physiologist and/or dietitian for personalised medical advice, particularly if you have a chronic condition/s or mobility impairment