Colon Cancer is the third most cancer across the world, which accounts for nearly 1.4 million new cases and 6, 94,000 deaths per year and the vast majority of cases occur in people over age 50.
To reduce the risk of colon cancer, getting screened regularly is the right thing to do. And the everyday food we take can also help us to reduce colon cancer. Here is the list of food
- BROWN RICE:
According to a study of Nutrition and Cancer, people who ate brown rice at least once a week reduced their risk of colon polyps by 40% because it has higher fiber content and short chain fatty acids that halts the cancer cell’s growth . The Brown rice has 3.5 grams of fiber in one cup, compared to half gram per cup of white rice.
Three ounces of sockeye salmon contains 112% of your recommended daily value of vitamin D. As Recent Research suggests Vitamin D Deficiency may cause Colon Cancer.
- BUTTERED CORN
orn fiber, inositol hexaphosphate, prevents colon cancer growth, University of Maryland research shows. Add real butter for a dose of cancer-fighting conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).
- PEANUTS :
Loma Linda University researchers found that Eating three times in a week of legumes- chickpeas, black beans, and peas reduces the risk of colon polyps by 33%. Half a cup of peanuts consists more than 6 grams of fiber.
As per Cancer Research and Prevention, taking ginger root supplements for 28 days can reduce Colon Inflammation by 28%. And Colon Inflammation has been associating with the development of tumors. Researchers recommends to take 2 gram ginger supplement or 2tablespoon fresh ginger with meal daily.
- White Tea:
One cup of tea a day to cut your colon cancer risk in half- suggested by Louisiana State University and the University of North Carolina. Especially white tea is powerful at blocking colon-polyp growth even more than green tea.
7. Spinach :
Spinach may help to fight colon cancer. As per study In the Journal of Nutrition and Cancer found that people who ate cooked green vegetables once a day had a 24% lower risk of colon cancer than people who ate less.
White button mushrooms are rich in the antioxidant ergothioneine, which has cancer-fighting properties. Add cooked spinach to a mushroom omelette for a cancer-fighting supper meal.
- BLACK RASPBERRIES:
Lab tests show that raspberry-fed rats develop 80% fewer tumors than animals that ate standard food. Pick black raspberries for 40% more cancer-fighting antioxidants than the red colour raspberries.