CANCER, COLON AND COLORECTAL

Colon cancer begins as polyps on the colon walls.

Symptoms
Symptoms include blood in bowel movements, change in the shape of the stool to a thin, flattened appearance, persistent diarrhea changing to persistent constipation for no apparent reason, and pain in the lower right abdomen. There is also unusual weight loss or fatigue.

Dietary considerations
Eat high-fiber foods and reduce intake of all meat. Add soy foods and plenty of tomatoes, fresh vegetables (dark greens and broccoli), and salads.Eliminate refined sugars, pies, cakes, and white flour.

Supplement support for colon and colorectal cancer
• Vitamin C: 3,000–5,000 mg daily
• Beta-carotene: 100,000 IU
• Vitamin E: 800 IU with 200 mcg of selenium
• Flax oil
• Green tea: 1 to 3 cups daily
• Coenzyme Q 10 : 100 mg two times daily
• Acidophilus capsules with meals
• Kyolic Garlic capsules: six to ten daily
• Reishi mushroom capsules
• Astragalus
• Shiitake mushroom capsules
• A daily green drink