There’s been much talk recently of colon cancer in medical circles. And with good reason. According to the American Cancer Foundation, colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, with 49,000 projected casualties this year.
Colorectal cancer is a cancer of the colon, rectum or vermiform appendix, by the way. As patients will tell you, it’s a lousy way to go.
Similarly, there’s also been interest in colon cleansing, within the United States and abroad, for its health benefits and effect on quality of life. And among those benefits, some food for thought: there’s evidence that colon cleansing might reduce risk of harmful bacteria. And that may have a positive impact on your health.
The Role of Bacterium
According to a recent study conducted by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Broad Institute in Boston, colorectal cancers contain high levels of bacterium that may contribute to the disease. These findings are supported by a Canadian researcher, published together and online in the journal Genome Research.
As the study authors note, tumors and their surroundings have a mixture of cancer cells, normal cells and micro-organisms, including bacteria and viruses. Recent studies focus on the intercellular relationships that may play a role in the development of cancer. And specifically, the fusobacterium, which evidence suggests, may lead to this killer of Americans.
Additionally, the researchers believe that inflammatory bowel diseases might also contribute to the cancer.
Research is ongoing, mind you, regarding the bacterium and the role that it plays. The study authors speculate that fusobacterium may be essential for this kind of cancer. Or that colorectal cancer may simply be a good host for the bacterium.
In any event, while more research is needed, there’s enough evidence to suggest the link between bacterium and colorectal cancer may be stronger than previously imagined. And colon health, therefore, takes on even more significance.
How Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse Might Help
The benefits of colon cleansing are vast and far-reaching, including less gas, constipation, diarrhea, better digestion, healthy weight management, better skin and mental focus.
Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse is formulated with natural ingredients and gentle laxatives, to detoxify the body and, notably, reduce inflammation of the gastro- intestinal system. Detoxify the body and you cleanse your system of harmful toxins. And, perhaps, fusobacterium.
We should also clarify that inflammation of the GI tract is a common symptom of the North American lifestyle, from stress levels, medications, poor diet and other causes. This inflammation is responsible for much of the poor health and digestion problems suffered by Americans.
Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse is a comprehensive therapy for your gastro-intestinal system. With reduced inflammation of the gastro-intestinal system, at the very least you’ll have better health and fewer digestive problems.
We should mention that research is ongoing. The studies mentioned in this article are not linked to Intensive Colon Cleanse and more work is needed before we understand the role of the various cells and bacterium that may lead to colorectal cancer.
That said, the intent of Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse is to rid the body of harmful substances. And such studies warrant further thought about toxins and the role they play in quality of life.
For ongoing health benefits, opt for Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse with the probiotic and chia support supplements. The former is ten strains of probiotics – the “friendly” microbes that occur naturally in the gut that reduce harmful strains of bacteria. The latter is formulated with the super-food chia and has an unrivalled nutritional breakdown.