Currently, there are over one million new cases of cancer diagnosed each year in the United States. By the year 2030 this number is expected to double. The National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society (ACS) currently project that about one in two men and women will have cancer in their lifetimes. One in four people currently have some kind of cancer. Studies have shown that 50 percent of cancer survivors show lingering effects from their treatment, over 25 percent have developed recurrence or new cancers, and that an estimated 75 percent can expect to have some kind of health concern associated with their treatment. It is my goal in this book to help the reader not only lower their risk of getting cancer, but prevent it altogether through lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, stress reduction, mediation, social well-being, and more.