The average person has about 5% chance of developing colorectal cancer over the course of his or her lifetime.
But in its early age, colorectal cancer rarely causes symptoms. If the cancer is not caught until later stages, treatment is more difficult and less effective. Starting at age 50, until 75, get stool testing every year.
Studying smokers investigation found that curcumin consumption could reduce the number of those cancer-associated structure in their rectum up to near 40%. From 18 down to 10 in just 30 days.
The low cancer rate in India may be due in part to the spices they use, but it may also stem from the type of food they are putting those spices on. India is one of the world’s largest producers of fruit and vegetables, and 7% of the adult population eat meat on daily basis.
What most of the population does eat every day are dark-green, leafy vegetables and legumes, such as beans, split peas, chickpeas and lentils, which are packed with another class of cancer-fighting compound called phytates.
Stool Size Matters
The bigger and more frequent your bowel movement are, the healthier you may be.
Research has suggested that dietary prevention of cancer may involve something other just fiber. The answer might lie in natural compounds called phytates, which are found n the seeds of plants — in other words, in all whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds.
Phytates have been shown to detoxify excess iron in the body, which otherwise can generate a particularly harmful ind of free radical called hydroxyl radicals.
Roast, sprout or soak nuts will get rid of he phytates.