Colorectal Awareness Month

Recognise the signs and symptoms of colon cancer. Stay informed about diseases of the colon, cancer screening and colon, cancer screening and colon cancer treatments.

Colorectal Awareness Month

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Vegetarian diet: an Advantage over Colorectal Cancer

Eating a vegetarian diet has been associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer compared with non-vegetarians in a study of Seventh-Day Adventist men and women, according to an article published online by JAMA Internal Medicine.

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Screening Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer

Regular checkup and colon cancer screening is the best way to prevent colorectal cancer. Finding and removing colon polyps can help prevent colon cancer.

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Herbs to Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Herbs and spices have been used as food preservatives, flavorings, and in traditional medicines for thousands of years. More and more scientific evidence supports the medicinal properties of culinary herbs. Colon cancer is the the fourth most common form of cancer worldwide.

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Colorectal Cancer - cancer of the colon or rectum

The colon and the rectum are part of the large intestine, which is part of the digestive system. Because colon cancer and rectal cancers have many features in common, they are sometimes referred to together as colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer includes cancers of both the large intestine (colon), the lower part of your digestive system, and the rectum, the last 8 to 10 inches of the colon.

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Colon Cleansing With Yoga

Colon cleansing is extremely essential in each human being's life however many of us do not even recognize it. Colon cleansing just refers to the cleaning of the large intestine. But it is not enough. The entire organ, that is, including the small intestine has to be cleaned. The colon tends to accumulate a lot of toxic materials than any other part of the body and as a result becomes thicker.

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Top 10 to Preventing Colorectal Cancer

02 March 2013  

Some of the more important risk factors for colorectal cancer appear to be: excessive energy intake (eating too much), high fat-low fiber-high sugar diet, red meats , refined grains , alcohol, omega 6 fatty acids and trans fatty acids , iron, physical inactivity, obesity, constipation, colonic inflammation, and family history of colorectal cancer or polyps.

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Dietary Management of Colitis

Eat Plenty Of Dietary Management of ColitisFruit and cooked green leafy vegetables for soluble fibre Oily fish such as salmon, sardines and mackerel for vitamin D Foods rich in beta carotene Liver for vitamin A, unless pregnant.

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Red Meat Consumption Linked To Colorectal Cancer

01 March 2017

Colorectal cancer, or cancer of the rectum and large intestine (colon), is a major public health problem in every corner of the developed world. Roughly speaking, a diet containing less than 40 grams of animal fat per day conveys one-half the risk of colon cancer of a diet containing 65 grams or more per day.

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Colorectal Cancer Quiz

 

The colon and the rectum are part of the large intestine, which is part of the digestive system. Because colon cancer and rectal cancers have many features in common, they are sometimes referred to together as colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer includes cancers of both the large intestine (colon), the lower part of your digestive system, and the rectum, the last 8 to 10 inches of the colon.