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Intake of meat leads to colon cancer
Cancer is caused by the expose to some viruses, to chemical or natural substances or to radiation.
Researchers investigations show that colon polyps or high intake of meat can cause colon cancer although there are some studies showing that high intake of meat can low the risk of colon cancer. A serious form of cancer after lung cancer is colon cancer. Many people fell certain symptoms of this kind of cancer but they don't really realize until they go to a doctor.
You may feel unexplained abdominal pain or fatigue, you may have a weight loss or weakness or you may have a unexplained anemia. These symptoms may have other causes but if you'll go to a doctor he will know what is wrong ii he orders you a x-rays test.
Many studies show that people between 50 and 74 years old that intake meat are for a higher risk of colon cancer than those who intake vitamins or eat little meat. There is a connection between colon cancer and meat. It has been found in laboratories that read meat contains a blood pigment called heme iron that causes colon cancer tumors.
There are researches showing that fiber intake can protect against colon cancer. Other way to prevent colon cancer is that you can eat a low-fat diet with fruits and vegetables, intake of vitamin D, Calcium, vitamin E or you can have physical activity to reduce the risk of having colon cancer.
To avoid colon cancer you should check your lower bowel with fiber optic scope even if you don't have the symptoms of a colon cancer and you should take this test earlier than 50 years old.
It has been discovered that two natural compounds in onions and curry can low the risk of colon cancer. These two compound are called quercetine and curcumin. If a person with colon cancer eat curry or onions, the number of polyps can drop by 60 percent and this way you can reduce the risk of having colon cancer.
In most cases of colon cancer it is important to know the stage of the disease so you know how to choose your treatment. If you can't low the risk of having colon cancer by diets or intake of vitamins and finally you get a tumor, the only way to remove it is by surgery. Surgery presumes removing the part of colon that contains the tumor and reconnect healthy segments if it is possible.
About the Author: For greater resources on colon cancer or especially about metastatic colon cancer please visit this link http://www.colon-cancer-center.com/metastatic-colon-cancer.htm