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38 Recetas De Comidas Para Cáncer De Colon : Comidas Llenas De Vitaminas Que El Cuerpo Necesita Para Combatirlo Sin Usar Medicamentos O Pastillas (2018)
(eAudiobook)


Published: [S.l.]: Live Stronger Faster Inc, 2018
Edition:  Unabridged
Description:  1 online resource (1 sound file (00hr., 27min., 48sec.)) : digital
ISBN/ISSN: 9781509493999,
Language:  Undetermined


Read by Mendoza, Carlos

38 Recetas de Comidas Para Cáncer de Colon: Comidas Llenas de Vitaminas Que El Cuerpo Necesita Para Combatirlo Sin Usar Medicamentos o Pastillas Por Joe Correa CSN El riesgo de contraer cáncer de colon está atribuido a varios factores como la edad mayor a 50, historia familiar, síndromes genéticos heredados, un estilo de vida sedentario, diabetes, obesidad, alcohol, fumar y una dieta baja en fibra y alta en grasas. Para prevenir el riesgo de contraer cáncer, el consumo de carnes rojas procesadas, comidas altas en calorías o dulces, granos refinados como el trigo integral y comidas fritas deberían ser evitadas. Algunos métodos de cocinar carne también podrían incrementar el riesgo: las carnes que se cocinan a temperaturas muy altas pueden formar carcinógenos. Una dieta rica en fibra, encontrada mayoritariamente en frutas, vegetales, cereales, es protectora contra el cáncer de colon. El calcio y la vitamina D en los productos lácteos reduce el riesgo de cáncer y pólipos. Los alimentos altos en antioxidantes mejoran el sistema inmune contra radicales libres potencialmente peligrosos. Algunos ejemplos de antioxidantes presentes naturalmente en frutas y vegetales son el caroteno, beta caroteno y luteína. Estudios muestran que el ácido fólico también previene el cáncer de colon. Es responsable de formar nuevas células y tejidos, como así también mantener las células rojas saludables. Un ejemplo común de vegetales ricos en ácido fólico son los verdes de hoja oscura, especialmente la espinaca. Las frutas cítricas también contienen altas cantidades de este ácido. 

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