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12 weeks in a vegetarian diet improves bowel habits, reduces stress and increases nutritional status

2017-02-20 03:07

We have all heard that you are what you eat, and that a balanced diet with less fat, less processed food and more vegetables, is best. But now, there is real basis to affirm that a vegetarian diet is indeed better for a person’s overall health.

A study published by the Korean society of Clinical nutrition, has discussed the findings of an experiment done at a Korean Middl

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Fiber and the Role of Bacteria in Colon Cancer: 6 Ways To Protect Colon

2017-02-16 16:11

Fiber from whole grains, fruits and vegetables protect against colon cancer in more ways than one.

Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers diagnosed in Americans, but many cases could be prevented with some lifestyle changes – including cleaning up your diet.

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Pre-Surgical Radiation May Help Patients with Rectal Cancer and Improve Treatment

2017-02-16 15:21

Surgery is the most common treatment for rectal cancer, but does come with complications risks. Researchers in Sweden are researching how to improve your treatment options.

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the United States.

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Do You Have Ulcerative Colitis? Try These Natural Remedies That Might Reverse Your Disease

2017-02-09 22:09

Ulcerative colitis is a very debilitating disease. It's often incurable, with the final option being removal of the colon. But some people have found success with natural remedies. Here are a few.

Ulcerative colitis is a gastrointestinal disorder where your colon is inflamed because your immune system is attacking it.

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Poor Metabolic Health a Risk Factor for Colon Cancer

2017-02-02 15:34

Obesity is a risk factor for several cancers, including colon cancer, but other factors play in as well.

You probably already know that being overweight increases your risk of developing colon cancer, but the scale doesn’t have the final say.

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Two Common Food Additives Promote Colorectal Cancer

2016-11-08 10:00

Walk into a grocery store and start reading ingredient labels on some of the more popular processed foods, including ice cream. Chances are you’ll see the names of two common food additives that have been shown to promote colorectal cancer development.

Food additives can have an impact on the microorganism environment in the intestinal tract (i.e., intestinal microbiota).

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Vitamin E is a potential natural remedy for pneumonia prevention

2016-10-06 08:18

According to new research administration of 50 mg per day of vitamin E lowered the risk of pneumonia in elderly male smokers by 72 percent after they stopped smoking.

Pneumonia is a serious infectious illness which can hit the elderly particularly hard.

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Fish, Omega 3 May Improve Survival from Colon Cancer

2016-07-21 11:01

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosis in the US. Lower your risk today with this easy and tasty diet change.

Several lifestyle factors have been linked to colorectal cancer, including being overweight, being physically inactive, and eating a diet high in red and processed meats.

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Forget Colon Health Pills, Eat More of This To Protect Colon From Health Problems

2016-06-07 10:13

Are you eating more nuts and seeds lately for heart health? Then you may be pleasantly surprised to learn that certain nuts are also good for your digestive health as well and may protect your colon from health problems.

Researchers at UConn Health have found that eating walnuts may create a change in gut bacteria in a way that could

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Twelve things you may not know about red meat

2015-11-03 22:02

The WHO recently released a statement that red meat can lead to cancer. Eating red meat has raised concerns of pancreatic, stomach and colon cancer. The question is, what do we really know about health risks associated with eating meat?

In a recent Q&A, the World Health Organization clarified any muscle meat from an animal is considered red meat.

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