50% of all colon cancer cases are preventable
|50% of all colon cancer cases are preventable||Darrell Miller||06/04/17|
June 04, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: 50% of all colon cancer cases are preventable
Colorectal cancer is highly preventable, especially when you maintain beneficial levels of healthy bacteria in your intestines. Most colorectal cancer is due to poor diet, tobacco use or infections leading to formation of cancer cells. A diet high in fruits, vegetables and fiber while being low in processed or red meats can prevent cancer from forming. Exercising regularly and keeping your weight and belly fat accumulation low is also beneficial. Finally, limiting cancer causing alcohol and cutting out tobacco use will also keep your colon healthy.
- Including healthy things in a diet and maintaining an active lifestyle can help prevent colon cancer.
- You should only get colonoscopies if you are over 50 and have an unhealthy lifestyle.
- People who are overweight and eat out often have a higher chance of developing cancer.
"Colorectal cancer, which includes both cancers of the colon and rectum, is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the U.S."
Read more: //www.healthnutnews.com/50-colon-cancer-cases-preventable/