- Participate in regular physical activity
- Maintain a healthy weight
Avoid red meat, and especially processed meats:
- 7 ounces of red meat per day increases the colorectal cancer rate by 34%
- 7 ounces of processed meats per day (ham, hot dogs, bacon, sausage) increases the rate by 72%
- Decrease abdominal fat in particular
- Eat more fiber: raw fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds
- Avoid alcohol consumption
- Bio-available calcium is a factor that diminishes colorectal cancer. The benefit of dairy products is unclear. Of note is the fact that almond and coconut milks have 50% more calcium than dairy milk.
- Rely on whole food sources more than supplements
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