New Research Shows That Adding This One Ingredient To High-Fiber Foods May Lower Your Risk for Cancer…
Cancer is one of the scariest diagnoses we can receive. And this is partially due to the fact that there is much about cancer we don’t know.
However, a team from the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine recently made a breakthrough. Their unique research may have uncovered a link between our gut health and increasing the effectiveness of cancer treatments.
For years, people have said that food is medicine. And while that might be an oversimplified view of things, there is some truth it.
The health of your microbiome impacts your overall health. In this case, “microbiome” refers to the bacteria and other organisms that live in your stomach and digestive tract.
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The Luxembourg research team wanted to see if microbiome health could have a direct effect on cancer cells.SPECIAL: This Scientific Trick Can Reduce Your Belly Fat By 8.5% in Just 12 Weeks…
They used a few methods, one of which is the Human-Microbial-X-Talking model. This allowed them to recreate colorectal cancer (CRC) cells in a relatively realistic environment.
Then they took their findings and ran them through computer simulations of the human metabolic process.
Your metabolic process is the way your body interacts with the food you eat. You might usually think of your metabolism as the way your body breaks down your food, but it does more than that.
Your metabolism also affects how your body uses the food you eat. In the case of CRC and other cancers, the metabolic process also affects the relationship between the patient, their cancer, and the food they eat.
The relationship between gut health and cancer is still largely a mystery… But the Luxembourg researchers managed to lock down a few specific effects that diet had on CRC cells.
Research Shows THIS Combination Is What Your Body Needs
They found that a combination of fiber and probiotics reduced a cancer cell’s ability to repair itself. This combination also decreased the number of CRC cells and made them less drug resistant.
This isn’t a “cure” for colorectal cancer, unfortunately. But the Luxembourg researchers may have found one key to increasing the success patients have with other cancer treatments.
The researchers also hope that their findings will encourage more researchers to look at diet-specific ways to support cancer treatments.BRAND-NEW: 5 “Living Nutrients” That Can Trigger Rapid Fat Loss!
It is important to note that the researchers only saw results when they combined fiber and probiotics. Applying either substance alone to cancer cells had no noticeable effect.
More research must be done before they will know exactly why the combination works. But for now, it is enough to know that fiber and probiotics together may make treatments like chemotherapy more successful.
And although the researchers might not completely understand the “why,” they do understand the “what.” The team was able to pinpoint the specific chemical compounds that affected cancer cells.
This should make it easier for future patients to add the combination of fiber and probiotics to their diets without worrying about food allergy complications.
This research is far from complete, but it is good to know that researchers are on the right track. This breakthrough could change the way that chemotherapy and other treatment options are applied.
And it may lead to further discoveries now that researchers have a better idea of where to look.
Plus, it may be inferred that if probiotics and fiber together can help slow the progression of cancer cells… perhaps this combination could also help us lower our risk for cancer.
Here are a few ways to add more fiber and probiotics to your diet to boost your health, improve your digestive system, and perhaps even help lower your risk for cancer:
High-Fiber Foods to Add to Your Diet
In general, many fruits and vegetables, berries, nuts, legumes, and whole grains are high in fiber. Here are a few of my favorites you might want to add to your diet to increase your fiber intake:
- Chia seeds
- Black beans
In addition to working with probiotics, fiber also has several other health benefits. Eating foods rich in fiber can help you lose weight, relieve constipation, and lower blood sugar levels.
Probiotic-Rich Foods to Add to Your Diet
Now, as the study showed, these high-fiber foods gave the best results when combined with probiotics.
While probiotic supplements are available, you can also get your probiotics naturally through the foods you eat. Here are a few common probiotic-rich foods for you to try out:
- Yogurt (with live cultures)
- Some cheeses (with live cultures)
When looking for foods with probiotics, be sure to check the label for live and active cultures. That’s how you get the good bacteria into your system!
With a combination of high-fiber and probiotic-rich foods, you’re ready to boost your digestive system and your overall health.TRENDING: Science Reveals Easy, No-Workout Ways to Lose Weight… While You Snooze!
And while many factors contribute to health conditions like cancer… According to this new research, you could even help lower your risk for cancer and slow its progression with fiber and probiotics.
The Best Sweeteners for Your Health… And for Your Waistline
Speaking of cancer… Did you know that another recent study found that a popular sweetener was linked to higher rates of cancer?
It’s true! Sounds kinda scary to me…
However, I’m not going to tell you to avoid sweeteners altogether.
After all, sweeteners are found in nearly everything… So realistically, they’re almost impossible to completely avoid.
(Especially if you have a sweet tooth, like I do.)
Instead, I’m going to recommend that instead of those other sweeteners, you try one of THESE 3 sweeteners.
They’re alternatives to traditional white sugar, which makes them more friendly to your waistline…
And this free dessert recipe book will explain what they are and how to use them to make all sorts of healthy and delicious treats: