This diet reduces the risk of colorectal cancer. Mediterranean special foods rich in fruits and fish to be one example of a healthy diet. This diet when in collaborate with a reduction of intake of soft drinks will prevent the risk of developing colorectal cancer up to 86%. Thus the results of a study.
Colorectal cancer is a type of cancer that appears in intestinal polyps and one result is the effect of eating low-fiber foods. In addition, the risk of colorectal cancer is also associated with alcohol intake and high-calorie foods.
Diet Reduces the Risk of Colorectal Cancer
Research on the intake of Mediterranean foods to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer mentioned has involved 808 people. They undergo diagnostic screening or diagnostic colonoscopies, their age is 40-70 years and they follow a Mediterranean diet.
The Mediterranean diet is to consume food groups such as fruits, vegetables and legumes, nuts and whole grains, fish and poultry, and monounsaturated fatty acids and minimize foods such as red meat, alcohol and soft drinks.
A fiber-rich diet will help reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. Thus, fruits, fish and other fiber-rich foods become food that must be prioritized.