Selasa, 09 Maret 2010

Apples, Good for Colon Health

apple In addition to genetic disorders, food consumed affects the incidence of colorectal cancer (colon). One of the foods that are proven to be able to prevent this cancer is apple.

Recent research shows, an apple or apple juice have a positive impact on the large intestine. Content of pectin and polyphenols found in apples much, are known to increase biological mechanism to produce compounds anti carcinogenic (anti-cancer) in the fermentation process.

“Apples are a source of fiber and antioxidants are good. Apples are also rich in pectin are effective as an anticancer substance in the large intestine,” said the researchers.

In a laboratory study conducted by German researchers, Dr. Dieter Schrenk, known components in apples can increase butyrate production, to prevent the formation of HDAC (Histone deacetlyases). HDAC declining production will push the growth of pre-cancerous cells and tumor cells.

Colon cancer is a cancer that is often encountered in the world. Cancer is not just about the men but also women. Colon cancer risk is increasing to the consumption of high fat and low in fiber, body fat, smoking, and lack of exercise.

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