Friday, March 16, 2012

A few years ago I had Colorectal Cancer. So far so good. But you can prevent it.

I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer a few years back.  They were able to get all of it, but since then I've had regular (every six months for two years and now every year) visits to the doctor for a colonoscopy.  Not fun.  The procedure is not so bad -- it's the prep work that kills you.    But here's the bottom line -- you can help prevent it or reduce your chances of getting and I'm living proof of that. . . .  so far.   Here's what you do:  less or no red meat; regular exercise; and loss of weight -- get down to where you've never been before!  (within reason of course)    And just in case, I am not a doctor -- I'm only someone who can attest to the findings in the attached research article.  The rest is up to you.

Obesity Increases the Risk for Colorectal Cancer and Polyps


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1 comment:

  1. As a guy who helped his wife defeat colorectal cancer and turn it benign in under 4 months ...14 years ago using only a prayerful lifestyle change..., I can attest to what Ken is saying.

    In-to-the-bargain, Karen has never once had any of the dangerous series of re-tests nor had to endure the awful prep that Ken has chosen to put-up with for his reasons.

    When God heals, He heals ...providing one doesn't repeat the Standard American Diet (SAD) regime that has been proven to give people cancer and put them into the SAD remission.

    Please don't let the so-called cancer experts burn, cut or poison you when your immune system is already compromised!

    Be well and prosper!

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