Unknown “Cure” and Prevention for Colon Cancer

By - Updated Oct 18, 2014

Cancer has ravaged many peoples’ bodies for the last few years, and millions of dollars have gone into the research of a cure for cancer. It is a feared and powerful disease, not only because there is no cure for it, but also because it affects so many areas of the body. There is breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, thyroid cancer, brain cancer, colon cancer and more. While scientists haven’t yet discovered a cure, there have been many studies on the prevention of this disease. As with anything in life, it is much better to be proactive about these things so that you can prevent yourself and your loved ones from ever having to experience the struggle of fighting off cancer or watching you go through it.

Prevention for Colon CancerA lot of cancer prevention studies have been on the relation of cancer and diet, and scientists have found that what we eat is sometimes directly related to the disease. There are foods we can eat that will help to keep cancer at bay. Colon cancer is one good example of this. Colon cancer often goes undiagnosed and is frequently mistaken for bowel discomfort, irritable bowel syndrome, upset stomach and more. If cancer runs in your family, you are required to have regular colonoscopies, and colon cancer can be caught early enough to do something about it. However, if you are not getting regular colonoscopies, you may not catch the disease in time, and it is important to eat the right kinds of foods that will help your body fight colon cleanses.

There are many types of foods that will fight cancer, but one in particular is Red River cereal. This is a relatively unknown colon cancer fighter, and a lot of people actually haven’t heard of it either. Red River is a hot cereal, cooked much like oatmeal. Some people don’t like to eat it because of its grainy texture, but you can’t beat the healthy ingredients! This cereal consists of just wheat, rye and flax, and it is unbelievably healthy for you. These 3 ingredients combined clean out your colon, put a natural shine on your face and hair and most importantly, prevent colon cancer.

Homeopathic doctors are usually more in favor of the natural way of treating and preventing colon cancer than medical doctors. This is partly due to the fact that the FDA has passed a law that only an approved drug can technically heal a sickness or disease. This definitely does not include natural products! However, we all know that plants and food have been around a lot longer than the FDA, and some really do have healing properties. For example, I personally know someone who had colon cancer and decided to see a homeopathic doctor about it. He put her on an exclusive diet of Red River cereal 3 times a day as well as a few other natural cures, and she is now cancer free – without chemotherapy or surgery.

Even if you are getting colonoscopies regularly, I would still recommend eating Red River cereal at least 3 times a week. Tumors can form anywhere, and it is hard for doctors to see into the right side of the colon, because it is smaller. Sometimes tumors are missed is they form on the right side.

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