Have you ever thought about where the majority of our sicknesses and diseases comes from? We tend to point our fingers at the immune system because we are taught that if our immune system have been compromised, we get sick. Most people do not realize that a lot of our suffering actually comes from the colon. Medical professionals have come to the conclusion that our body pains and health issues begin in the colon. When there is unwanted waste in the house, we have that natural tendency to dispose of it quickly, the human body works in the same way. The food that we eat is quickly digested, the nutrients are separated and given to the body while the waste is quickly disposed of. If the waste is not disposed of quickly, it can become very toxic to the body. Remember that the body absorbs the nutrients from the food that is eaten, if you have a digestive system that is slow and sluggish, chances are, your body is also absorbing the toxic waste which will lead to cancer in the colon.
The low down on colon cancer that it is very common throughout the whole world and it is also 3rd on the cancer list for causing death. The reason why colon cancer is ranked 3rd is because of all the fatty foods that we eat everyday. After all, this generation has grown up eating Big Macs and Whoppers.
Treat your colon good by providing a healthy dose of raw fiber in your diet. The way that you can do this is by eating fruits and veggies, it may seem hard at first because you have to change your eating habits, but as you set a daily routine or a goal, it will become second nature to add fiber to your food.
Here are 4 ways in which you can add raw fiber to your diet:
It’s all about the fruit. There are 3 ways in which you can enjoy fruit and they are; eat them as they are, put them in a blender to make a delicious smoothie or add them in a fruit juicer (if you do not want the skin).
Start eating salads more often. I am not talking about your ordinary salad with just the lettuce and dressing. Use your imagination and be creative by adding healthy foods to your salads. Add eggs, avocados, bacon bits, fruits, croutons and even pizza. Eating a salad is an effective tool in weight management and it will also control your hunger pains.
Eat snacks that contain nuts. You should never neglect nuts and seeds in your diet because they contain high amounts of protein, which is beneficial in re-building muscles after your workouts. They are also jammed packed with fiber that will help clean out your colon. Remember to eat nuts and seeds in moderation.
Eat whole grains. The reason for this is because whole grain is loaded with nutrients and fibers that help combat heart disease and colon cancer.