Science continues to point to a fiber rich, low-fat diet in helping in the fight against cancer.

In a study from the University of Pittsburgh, researchers compared the typical high fat, low fiber (American) diet versus the high fiber, low fat (South African) diet. 

Subsequent colonoscopies demonstrated less precancerous polyps in the latter group.

These polyps can sometime morph into colon cancer.

Colon cancer is the second cancer killer of both men and women in the U.S.

It’s been found that the bacteria living in the colon is very much affected by the food one eats and the role they play.

Colon health is vital to the prevention of cancer.