Deb Headworth

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Diet Affects Gut Microbes & Colon Cancer Risk

In cancer, candida, colon, colon cancer, digestion, gut, gut microbes, intestine, microbes, optiflora on April 5, 2009 at 1:01 pm

Diet Affects Diversity Of Microbes In Human Gut, And In Turn, Colon Cancer Risk (April 2, 2009) — A typical Western diet, rich in meat and fats and low in complex carbohydrates, is a recipe for colon cancer, scientists say. Researchers have described an expanding body of evidence to show that the composition of the diet directly influences the diversity of the microbes in the gut, providing the link between diet, colonic disease and colon cancer. … > full story

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Smoking affects sleep, arteries, cancer (breast, colon, lung), hearing, dementia, ear infections, SIDS, depression, behavioral problems, cleft, fertility problems

In behavioral problems, cleft palate, colon cancer, dementia, ear infections, ear infections and smoking, Fertility, hearing loss, lung cancer, SIDS, sleep, smoking, smoking and artery disease, smoking and behavior problems, smoking and birth defects, smoking and clefts, smoking and colon cancer, smoking and dementia, smoking and depression, smoking and fertility, smoking and hearing loss, smoking and lung cancer, smoking and pregnancy, smoking and sleep, tobacco on February 24, 2009 at 12:04 pm

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IBS to Colitis to Cancer?

In cancer risk factors, candida, crohn's disease, digestion, intestine, stress on November 30, 2008 at 12:30 am

How can IBS lead to Cancer?

 

CAUSE and PROGRESSION

  • IBS develops when people eat less than 25-50 grams of fiber a day or have a Candida Infection.
    • IBS is chronic constipation, alternating constipation and diarrhea, spastic colon, abdominal cramps and tenderness, mucas, abdominal bloating and gas, or incomplete evacuation.
  • IBS can lead to Ulcerations & Inflammation.  (Source: Dr. Mark Bowles)

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    • A diverticulum is a bulge of the inner colon lining through the colon’s muscular wall to its outer surface. 
    • Diverticulitis occurs when undigested foods become hard and dry, causing the colon walls to strain and break. 
    • A local infection in the colon develops, causing subsequent pain in the lower left corner of the abdomen, sometimes accompanied by fever and chills.
    • Many with Diverticulosis have been given the bad advice of severely restricting fiber.  Lack of fiber worsens the condition.
    • Fatty foods, Candida Infection and stress aggravate the condition.
  • Diverticulosis increases the risk of Colon Cancer as damaged cells replicate.  colon-cancer

 

 

SOLUTIONS to help

  1. REPAIR DAMAGED INTESTINE — Energizing Soy Protein, Vitalizer, Vivix
  2. CLEAN INTESTINE / KILL INFECTION — Acidopholis, Nutriferon, Vivix
  3. STOP INFLAMMATION — Vivix, GLA, OmegaGuard, Stomach Soothing Complex
  4. STRENGTHEN INTESTINAL MUSCLE / REMOVE TOXINS FROM INTESTINE & BLOOD — Herb Lax
  5. PREVENT 
    1. Drink 64 ounces of purified water.
    2. Eat 25-50 grams of fiber. 
      1. Eat a safe fiber supplement, fruits & vegetables with edible skins, & 100% whole grains.
      2. Insoluble fiber holds water in undigested food, making stools soft.
      3. Soluble fiber carries LDL cholesterol (bad fat) out of the body.
    3. Intake live enzymes to digest food.  — Alfalfa, EZgest

 

 

STATS

  • By age 60, 1/2 of North Americans have diverticulosis. 
  • By age 80, 2/3 have it.  
  • Digestive disorders have been prevented and reversed with immediate and consistant action.

 

 

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