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Transcript of Colon Cancer
What are the most effective preventative measures for colon cancer in regards to nutrition?
A healthy diet, moderation, awareness, and early detection encompass the preventative measures.
people (5.4 %)
Fats & Oil
Is found in
50% preventative rate
Weight matches height
What to Eat if You Have Cancer claims,
"there is a connection between tumor growth
and overloading on carbohydrates."
“Omega-3 fatty acids in fish can decrease inflammation, thereby lowering risk of colon polyp development” (“Omega-3 Fatty Acids”).
"The colorectal cancer risk was 22 percent greater among people who ate 5 ounces of red and processed meat a day. . . results of 21 studies" ("Stopping a Treatable Cancer").
Developed vs. Less Developed
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What is it?
-Malignant vs. Benign
-Function of the Colon
- Why is it important
- Studies in Japan
Cancer protective agent
" Those who met goals for cutting fat and consumed at least 18 grams of fiber and 3.5 servings of fruit and vegetables per 1,000 calories each day were 35 percent less likely to develop new polyps" (U.S. Polyp Prevention Trial).
- Knowledge of family history
- Healthy Diet
What are the most effective preventative measures and treatments for colon cancer?
BS in Food and Nutrition
Clinical Dietician for 40 years
Joint Diseases Orthopaedic Institute in New York
"The way I feel about it it is that
eat nutritionally or adequately
prevent it because that appears to be the trend now. During the old times it was not heard of but because there are so many cancers being discovered and there are numerous
food intake is one of the factors
BS in Food and Nutrition from California State University
RD for 13 years
Liberty Dialysis Center in Waipahu
" Just like with any type of disease or cancer you won't know until you’re getting regular checkups and sometimes in a family you don't even know, you don't have the signs and it happens anyway. I guess it’s worth it to pay attention, to always have regular visits obviously
eating good nutrition
, it’s going to build a foundation for where you’re going to be in the disease. I think with any disease in general kidney, colon cancer
nutrition is going to be a big impact overall
because the more
poorly you eat
don't have the nutrients
or the immune system built up to
fight against the infection.
Sigmoidscopy vs. Colonoscopy
" To whom much is given much is expected"