The Natural Way to Prevent Colon Cancer

Colon cancer takes the lives of over 55,000 men and women in the United States every year. More than 130,000 new cases are diagnosed every year, and usually, at advanced states due to the lack of symptoms in earlier stages. Early detection is key in surviving colon cancer due to its invasive nature. Regular screenings are crucial in detecting colon cancer, but prevention via natural means may be your best defense!

Foods for Colon Cleanse

Several risk factors of developing colon cancer have to do with diet. The following are risk factors for developing colon cancer:
1. High fat diet (saturated fat and trans fat)
2. Excessive consumption of fried foods
3. Excessive alcohol consumption
4. Excessive consumption of overcooked white and red meat
5. Excessive consumption of charbroiled, wood-burned or smoked foods
6. Obesity

The standard American diet is very high in fat, fried foods and red meat. It also tends to promote obesity due to supersized portions and excessive eating. As well, the standard American diet is also low in fiber, which promotes a sluggish digestive system and increases the risk of chronic constipation, another risk factor for developing colon cancer.

Switching to a healthier diet that includes foods for colon cleansing can reduce your risk for developing colon cancer.

1. Vegetables and Fruits: Vegetables and fruits offer your body colon cleansing soluble and insoluble fiber to soften and bulk the stool. This speeds up elimination and prevents poor colon health. The phytochemicals in vegetables and fruits also offer your body a natural defense against all types of cancer.

2. Whole Grains: Refined carbohydrates (white carbs) are laden in fat and sugar, which promote poor colon health and raise the risk of developing colon cancer. They are also low in fiber. Whole grains are high in fiber and lower in fat in sugar. They promote better colon health and weight loss.

As well, make sure you avoid some of the risk factors by making the following switches:

1. Choose lean animal protein rather than high fat animal protein such as red meat. Chicken breast, fish and vegetarian protein sources such as tofu, beans and brown rice can reduce your saturated fat intake.

2. Avoid alcoholic beverages and switch to healthier choices such as flavored herbal teas, some of which can also calm your nerves.

3. Cook your meats at optimum temperature rather than well-done.
4. If you enjoy grilled foods, try grilling on an indoor grilling appliance.

How to Colon Cleanse

If you’ve been consuming a standard American diet for awhile, your colon is likely in poor shape. It may be lined with dried fecal matter that creates a toxic situation in both your colon and the rest of your body. This can increase your risk of developing colon cancer and other cancers through auto-intoxication and free radical damage.

Colon cleansing can rid your body of this dried fecal matter and improve digestion and overall health. Colon cleansing can and should be done once every few months, or even once a month, to restore colon health and prevent the development of colon cancer and other diseases and health conditions associated with poor colon health.

The Ultimate Digestive Health 30-Day Program includes four important components to thoroughly cleanse your entire system and colon:

1. Fiber: Fiber such as psyllium husks can bulk the stool and loosen dried fecal matter in the colon. Make sure you drink plenty of water and follow directions carefully.

2. Cleansing Tea: After the fiber has had a chance to work all day, a natural herbal cleansing tea taken at night before bed will work throughout the night to help you gently eliminate the waste by morning. Many teas also have ingredients such as chamomile to help you drift off to sleep.

3. Anti-parasite Formula: An unhealthy colon is a breeding ground for harmful parasites. Although we tend to think of parasites as being a 3rd world dilemma, intestinal parasites are common in the United States and often go undetected. An anti-parasite formula will kill any existing parasites.

4. Probiotics: After the colon cleanse, it’s important to restore natural bacterial balance so digestion is optimal following the colon cleanse. A probiotic formula will ensure a healthy start to a better digestive health!

To keep your colon at optimum health and take the preventative measures against colon cancer, we recommend completing the Ultimate Digestive Health 30-Day program at least twice per year, in the spring and the fall.

Buck Rizvi

Founder for Ultimate Lifespan. Natural Health Researcher & Evangelist. Father of four. Instrument-rated pilot. Still has trouble impressing his wife and best friend, Daiva.

  • JoEllen McNealj says:

    I just made my first purchase with you for the ultimate cleanse and forgot to put in the $20 off promo code of likeus20 . Is there any way I could still apply it? A friend gave me some of your Ultimate cleansing fiber and it is wonderful – it even tastes fine. Thank you for your wonderful product.

  • donna patchin says:

    how long does it take for your digestive clense to work if you have constipation problems?

    • Ultimate Lifespan says:

      Hi Donna,

      Thank you for posting your question to our website. There are a few things you can do to help. First be sure you are mixing the fiber into a tall glass of water and drinking 8 oz. of water following. Also, please increase the steep time of the Night Time Cleansing Tea up to 8 minutes. Additionally, it’s very important to drink 8 glasses of pure water in addition to any other drinks you have during your day and to make sure you are eating plenty of raw fruits and vegetables to help increase your fiber intake. A few more tips to improve digestion: Eat smaller more frequent meals at regular intervals throughout the day. Drink warm or hot liquids at meal times to help speed up digestion. Watch portion sizes – overeating causes indigestion. Relax while eating your meal – stress or rushing slows down digestion. Practice good posture – hunching creates pressure on digestive organs. Don’t eat late at night- our bodies naturally slow down, so does digestion. Take a brisk walk after eating- this jump starts your digestive system. Try a spinal twist -Spinal twists allow excess toxins in the digestive system to be released, which can have a calming effect on the body. While in a cross-legged sitting position, slowly turn to the right and hold while taking five deep breaths, then repeat this process on the left side.

  • Harry Hewetson says:


    Whereabouts on your website can I find a list of ingredients of your products?

    Many thanks

  • Cristine says:

    Geat article. I’m dealing with many of these issues as well..

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