Colon Cancer

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My cousin recently passed away in his mid 50's after diagnosed with stage 4 last year. Most charismatic guy you've ever met and worth millions, can't take it with you.

With colon cancer being one of the top causes of death, how do you guys adjust your diet to postpone it? Anything you are doing as a preventative measure?
I don't smoke and only occasionally consume alcohol. I have reduced my soda consumption
 

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My cousin recently passed away in his mid 50's after diagnosed with stage 4 last year. Most charismatic guy you've ever met and worth millions, can't take it with you.

With colon cancer being one of the top causes of death, how do you guys adjust your diet to postpone it? Anything you are doing as a preventative measure?
That sucks bro, sorry for your loss. Sh!t starts getting real after 50. More fruits, vegetables, some type of exercise everyday, less sugar and less greasy protein. My blood pressure is high now and I needed to go on low salt diet. Got blood work done and colonoscopy scheduled. Need to change your diet and habits earlier in life. Don’t wait until you reach his age. This is a good wake up call to take an honest look at your eating habits.
 

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I am not a certified nutritionist or dietician so I can properly advise. But to your point, yes nutrition can absolutely have a positive impact on your body. We all know that. However, cancer for the most part is genetic. So no amount of balanced and healthy food can prevent or stop certain conditions.

Always refer to a specialist, preferably a holistic one. Also, at a certain age regular check ups are key in giving you the best chance to overcome a condition.
I used to think that no longer I believe cancer is less than 10% genetic have you seen the movie/documentary forks over knives?
 
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