Probiotics have an effect on cancer cells that is called apoptosis. Basically, they cause cancer cells to commit suicide. Probiotics are very important to take regularly.
4. Do fasting
Fasting is probably the most important thing on this list. Fasting has a direct inhibitory effect on colorectal cancer. Fasting also gives the GI tract a chance to reset. It also causes the natural probiotic microorganisms in your gut to increase in diversity. They thrive and become stronger. It's important to note that 70-80% of your immune system is in your gut.
5. Get plenty of fiber
Fiber turns into SCFA, which can directly inhibit the growth of colon cancer. But, don't get your fiber from grains or from a powder. Get your fiber from vegetables instead, such as low-starch leafy greens.
6. Consume vegetables
Vegetables have strong anti-cancer effects because they contain phytonutrients. Vegetables can significantly decrease the risk of colon cancer.