Did you know that colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer in Australia?
This is the reason why the government has engaged in a nation-wide screening program for colorectal cancer for individuals 50 years and above. Recently, there has been a great deal of publicity on the Human Micro Biome Project as evidence mounts that resident good quality bacteria in the gut are responsible for good intestinal health, reduced incidence of debilitating bowel conditions like Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, etc. However, the actual hands-on work to teach people to eat better to protect their bowel health is still severely lacking. To date, the only cancer prevention initiatives rely on early detection through regular screening programs / colonoscopies to remove developing tumours or polyps. This is a reactive approach to cancer treatment and turns a blind eye on the spat of published trials in quality peer-reviewed journals garnering evidence on the outstanding role resistance starches play in colorectal cancer prevention.
Come and learn how to eater better to reduce your chances of developing colorectal cancer. Would you say that no once knows you better you? Come and learn to be your own nutritionist and your own doctor, create your own personalised weekly dietary plan, make dietary and lifestyle changes that will stand you in good stead as you take constructive steps each day to make yourself more cancer-resistant. What is there to lose as you take powerful actions to improve your odds of staying well and reduce your chances of developing colorectal cancer?