What to load up on...and where to lighten up. Load up on... Brewed beverages Coffee, black tea, green tea. Foods with quercetin, such as tea, may protect against lung cancer. Dairy Lowfat and skim milk, lowfat and nonfat yogurt (preferably all-natural) Fresh fruit Apples, apricots, berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries), cantaloupes, cherries, clementines, cranberries, grapefruit, kiwifruit, lemons, limes, mangoes, melons, nectarines, oranges, papayas, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums, pomegranates, grapes, tangerines, tomatoes, watermelons Fresh veggies Artichokes, arugula, asparagus, beets, bell peppers, bok choy, broccoli, broccoli sprouts, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, chiles, corn, kale, leeks, lettuce, mushrooms, mustard greens, onions, pumpkin, radishes, spinach, squash, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, turnips, watercress Herbs and spices Cilantro, cloves, garlic, ginger, mint, rosemary, sage, turmeric Legumes Beans (black, kidney, lima, navy, pinto), chickpeas, lentils Seafood Halibut, herring, wild salmon, tuna. In addition to omega-3s, the swimmers contain the antioxidant vitamin E. Whole grains Breads, oatmeal, pastas, whole-grain and high-fiber cereals Find more life-saving advice with our Women's Cancer Handbook! Lighten up on... Artificial sweeteners The jury is out on fake sugars and cancer; limit yourself to three servings or packets per day. Barbecued meats Cooking meats at high temperatures (as well as charring them) creates cancer-causing chemicals. Butter Spread this news: Butter may be linked to an increased risk for lung cancer. Fast food Convenience chow contributes to weight gain, which raises cancer risk. Red and processed meats Bacon, beef, cold cuts, ham, hamburger, hot dogs, lamb, liver, pork, pork sausage, salami, steak Salt Pepper's partner (and salty foods in general) may contribute to stomach cancer. Smoked foods In particular, smoked meats are linked to stomach cancer.