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Poop. It’s something we avoid talking about in normal day-to-day conversations. But when the organ that houses said substance becomes diseased, such as in the case of colon cancer, everyone wants to talk about it then. Are you pooping enough? What is the color? Smell? Prevention Strategies Colon cancer is estimated to have caused approximately 49,000 deaths in 2016. In the U.S. it’s the 3rd leading type of cancer. Can it be prevented? Yes, but you must do the following: Get screened by getting a colonoscopy, preferably starting at age 50 (talk to your HCP about the appropriate age) If you have evidence of early-disease (e.g. polyps, or pre-cancerous lesions), then talk to your HCP about getting them removed And of course, lifestyle changes It's a Little Late, But Science Now Shows Why Plant-Based Is the Way to Go Finally, there’s a scientific study

Let’s face it, Americans love to grill and barbecue their meats. So when the World Health Organization came out with a report that summarized the findings from a group of scientists that processed meats (cold cuts, cured meat) and grilled meats are known cancer-causing agents (right up there with tobacco smoke and asbestos) well there was a huge “hooray” from the medical community but not more than a whimper from most Americans. I get it we’re all bombarded by tons of information these days, but this one you want to pay special attention to. I get it, grilled anything tastes too good for most to avoid during the summer months, but this one you should pay particular attention to, because the data is pretty compelling. So if you MUST eat grilled meats this summer at least eat THIS along with them: cruciferous