Thursday, 1 December 2011

Reduce Colon Cancer Risk By Eating These Vegetables

by S.Eswara rao

Australian researchers have reached some interesting conclusions, while assessing the risk of colon cancer. After examining the diets of almost 1000 patients with colorectal cancer, along with 1021 controls without the disease, found that consumption of fruits and vegetables was associated with a lower risk of colon cancer for both the top and bottom.

While fruits and vegetables have been studied in terms of risk of colon cancer, it does not work at the site of food intake and colon cancer. If these results are replicated in larger studies, these additional recommendations to increase vegetable consumption as a way to reduce emissions of lower colon cancer risk.

Brassica vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage and turnips seem to reduce the risk of cancer that occurs in the intestine than large decrease.

Both the consumption of fruits and vegetables (including total eating fruit by itself) to reduce the risk of colon cancer is lower.

Eat apples and deep yellow vegetables was also associated with significantly lower risk of developing cancer in the lower regions.

Unexpectedly, it is a higher consumption of fruit juice is associated with an increased risk of cancer.

So how does this if you are in danger, or know someone who?

Working in a large number of risk factors in this way (and all) to prevent cancer as possible. Making changes in your diet (low fiber, fat), which takes your body more, good food, natural and healthy and reduces (or eliminates) the calories and saturated fat, filled with fat.

Wake up and get active - 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise every day is a good goal. And other changes in your lifestyle - such as quitting smoking or reducing alcohol consumption - which would also help reduce your chances of getting colon cancer.

The experts know that there is a cause of colon cancer. Nearly all cancers begin as polyps (noncancerous) benign. From the time the first abnormal cells grow polyps, the researchers say that an average of 10 to 15 years for cancer to take shape. Regular tests and remove polyps without cancer.

That is why it is so important to the projection (which usually begins at age 50) are recommended for you. Colonoscopy is the standard test used to view the entire large intestine, and therefore the best way to detect cancer in the body system.

Selected, as recommended by your doctor before you have symptoms, you have the best chance of any form of cancer were recorded, although still small, and probably more.

The American Cancer Society estimates that this type of cancer the leading cause of cancer death in the U. S. In the year 2011. Taxes are estimated to live 49 380 The good news is that mortality has declined over the past 15 years, probably the result of performing an increased risk of colon cancer and some of us to be screened for this disease.


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