Rikimaroo wrote:For Colo rectal Cancer, I think its mainly what you eat and how your lifestyle is in regarding movement. If you sit all day and don't get up to allow blood circulation, or eat a lot of red meat, and drink a lot of alcohol I think this contributes more heavily then this study.
Most docs I know have said high consumption, especially grilling open fire of meats increases the carcinogenic activities in the meats. Plus sitting down all day doesn't help either LOL...
Rikimaroo wrote:i agree with you NHmike. It can happen to anyone no matter. But they have linked colorectal cancer to mainly what you eat and your lifestyle. I mean cancer can happen to a perfectly healthy person. Do I hate that red meat is linked to it or alcohol or sedentary sure...but it is what it is.
NHMike let me ask you did you eat alot of deli meats, steak, sausage, hot dogs, bacon (pork)?
Atoq wrote:Anyway, by adding genetics, lifestyle and diet as factors you will only find an increase in probability to get colon cancer when you have a large statistical sample.
So from a single person it is very difficult to extrapolate.
One can be very active, eating healthy and skinny, but might just got a casual mutation (error in DNA duplication) that went undetected, or maybe ate too many veggies or fruit coming from polluted areas.
There are so many unknown factors that can be summarized as «bad luck». Of course meat, diary products and sugar are not helping.
Rikimaroo wrote:The statistics to get colorectal cancer at my age 39, is very low, I think like 2.4 percent I read somewhere. It is defintely some mutation or that one month in october of 2016 where I ate sausage every day cause we had like 40 left over from a bday party for my daughter. Who knows though really. I mean that year the the year before 2015 i ate alot of red meat and stuff, and sedentary lifestyle even though I am not fat.
You just never know, I mean I think I was still active enough to not get cancer, but I wonder all the time, why me and how the hell did this happen. I know people who eat way worse then me and big around the waistline and still no issues. I mean not sure what there old age will bring but always wonder you know guys.
We will keep the good fight, I just want to survive for my kids.
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