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Types of Foods to reduce Colorectal Cancer Risk

Foods to Reduce Your Colorectal Cancer Risk

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It’s no secret that what you eat has a huge impact on your overall health. An unhealthy diet is a major risk factor for all kinds of diseases, from heart disease to cancer. Colorectal cancer—cancer that starts in either the colon or rectum—is no different. It’s the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and third leading cause of cancer death in women and men, so it’s important to understand what you should be eating to help reduce your risk of this condition.

Check out these good-for-you choices that may help reduce your colorectal cancer risk.

Fruits and veggies

Fruits and vegetables are the main players in any healthy diet. They provide you with great natural sources of the vitamins and minerals your body needs, as well as beneficial substances like antioxidants. Antioxidants help boost the body’s defenses against free radicals, which are byproducts of oxygen use that can damage cells through oxidization. Carotene, beta-carotene and lutein are common antioxidants found in fruits and veggies. Your best bets are foods like berries, carrots, citrus fruits and dark, leafy veggies.

Brown rice (and other whole grains)

The verdict is still out on how and if more fiber can help prevent colorectal cancer specifically; research has been inconclusive so far. However, increased fiber can improve health in general by moving wastes through the digestive tract more quickly. One study by researchers at Loma Linda University, published in Nutrition and Cancer, found that people who ate brown rice at least once a week reduced their risk of colon polyps—potentially precancerous growths—by 40 percent. This is because of brown rice’s high fiber content. Other whole grains can give you fiber too.

Lean protein and fish

Studies have shown that red meat consumption is linked to a higher risk of colorectal cancer. Processed, salted, smoked or cured meats should also be avoided. Instead, choose lean protein like poultry and eat plenty of fish. If you still want red meat on occasion, limit yourself to two small portions a week of red meat that’s a lean cut, trimmed of fat and not charred on the grill.


Legumes were also part of the Loma Linda study, and eating them at least three times a week led to a 33 percent reduced risk of colon polyps. Peanuts, chickpeas, lentils, kidney beans and peas all count. Aim to get at least three servings a week, preferably more.


A study published in Cancer Prevention Research by researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School found that taking ginger supplements for 28 days reduced study participants’ colon inflammation significantly. In prior studies, inflammation has been linked to colon cancer, and while more trials are needed, it seems safe to say that increasing your ginger intake isn’t a bad thing.

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How to get involve in network marketing

Working on line and from home has become so competitive and sometimes it appears that everyone wants to become millionaires overnight.  They go from one opportunity to the other failing to realize you have to put in the time. The largest industry now is network marketing. This can go from working solely on line or both on and offline. You cannot work online if you are not involved in network marketing.

Network marketing is not your conventional job and as the name implies you have to network. Whether it is connecting with people on facebook , twitter or linkedin or buying leads you have got to network. There are people who work the business and they are millionaires.  Did I say work the business? Yes this is what they do every day.

As a result of being scammed by various on line money making schemes it is now a requirement that you must provide a product or service when offering any type of money making option. If you recall Zeek Rewards had a service about placing Ads but that still went belly up.  So, it is important that the company has a core business model.

By now if you have been in the network marketing field you must realize that the way to make money is in the numbers. That’s how you make money and how the company makes money.  E.g If I sell one service at $60 and suppose to get back $10, that $10 is not a direct payout to me; I only get a percentage of it based on where I am in the group. So I must sell 100 of these for it to make sense. On the other hand if I enroll reps I can get anywhere between $25 and $100 or even more for each rep. If they fall out I have already been paid. If 100 people pay $99 to enroll and 50% do nothing the company does not lose since there is normally no refund on enrollment.

 fire your boss

Why then would you want to work online and from home?  Freedom – is it time to fire your boss, because you are just fed up of having him/her over your shoulder every day. The frustration is just too much, too much office politics, too much red tape. What about those bills that have been following you  around, but you can’t find any money as yet to settle them? Then there is funding to start up your own business because you have been passionate about doing this for a long time. Whatever your reason there are still some seemingly genuine options that are available, but how do you know which one to select?

Below you will find some tips on selecting an online/home based money making business option:

–      Decide what is your why – why do you want to join this business – freedom, more time with family, just some cash to settle your debts, whatever your reason it must be something that will provide that impetus to take you through the not so good times.

–      Do your research – what is their industry and where are they in their particular industry. Have they been highlighted in various magazines, awarded any prizes – top ten or top one hundred fastest growing company. 400% or more growth in the last four years or close. What about their culture, how do they deal with representatives? Are they sound financially? Will they be around next year or next five or ten years? Do they have a well-orchestrated company strategy? You can easily find some companies to make some quick cash but there is no guarantee they will be around for the long haul.

–      Can you afford the registration fee? The more sound companies have a registration and/or a monthly fee.  

–      Most networking companies require you to have at least two referrals to start the process. Do you have two people who are not only willing but would work the business as a team with you? Take it from me if you are serious about the business you need people who are also serious about the business. This is not a business where you get in and start vacation immediately and expect to reap the rewards.

–      Do you need storage for your products?

–      How much time do you have to devout to the business?

–      How are you going to get customers and market your business? If you have been in various networking groups before that did not work your best bet is to look outside of your family. They will come around when they see you progressing. Are you familiar with social media – facebook, twitter, linkedin? If you are working and plan to moonlight – then you definitely need to know social media.

–      What about training? Does the company have training and support?

–      Do you have the necessary tools – phone, text messaging, optimized website, webinar etc.?

–      What about payment options – do you have a credit/vtm or US Debit card? If you are delving into direct payment schemes you need to have a paypal/solid trust pay account and you need to have your credit card or vtm card linked to these accounts.

The above are just some of the issues to consider when you are looking for on line and work from home opportunities.

Feel free to add to it.

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