Penn Herb Wellness Guide
Colon Cancer Prevention
- Eat risk-reducing foods
Load up on healthy portions of fiber, tomato products, cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts), garlic, and onions, and eat less meat
- Try selenium supplementation
Taking 200 mcg a day of this essential trace mineral may offer protection against a variety of cancers
- Go for green tea
Drink several cups of green tea a day to benefit from the protective polyphenols found in tea leaves
- Try vitamin C
Vitamin C has been shown to improve precancerous conditions in at-risk people
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