Cut Your Risk of Colon Cancer in HALF!
THIS leafy green helps change your gene expression to prevent polyp growth
Colon cancer is becoming a major health threat here in the States.
It’s climbed its way up to the second leading cause of cancer deaths.
One major way to reduce your risk of developing—or dying from—colon cancer is to get regular colonoscopies.
These are helpful because they identify and remove polyps before they turn cancerous.
But wouldn’t it be better to prevent colon cancer from ever developing?
Now you can, with a vegetable that’s been found to cut your risk of colon cancer in HALF.
It’s Popeye’s favorite food: spinach.
Previous studies have shown that eating vegetables and green foods like spinach can cut your risk of colon cancer by as much as half.
Other studies have shown that spinach is especially effective at preventing pre-cancerous polyps from forming.
This latest study gives us insight into HOW spinach produces these remarkable results.
Researchers used an animal model of familial adenomatous polyposis, a heredity condition that causes young people to develop hundreds of polyps in their colon.
People with this condition typically need to have their colon surgically removed to prevent this out-of-control polyp growth. They’re then put on damaging NSAIDs for the rest of their lives to help prevent tumors from forming in their duodenum.
For this study, mice with familial adenomatous polyposis were fed a diet of freeze-dried spinach for 26 weeks.
The spinach diet produced significant anti-tumor activity in the colon and small intestine. It increased diversity in the gut microbiome, and it changed the gene expression in such a way to help prevent cancer.
That is remarkable, but there’s more.
The spinach diet also helped regulate inflammation.
This simple food fix could be a game-changer for the individuals dealing with this hereditary form of colon cancer.
And as previous studies have indicated, spinach could help prevent pre-cancerous polyps in everyone, not just those with this condition.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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