Early Signs Of Colon Cancer In Women

Early Signs Of Colon Cancer In Women

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Early signs of colon cancer in women is more common than I realized, and so I thought more women should be aware of their risks for this disease and its symptoms. Even though we think of men when we hear of this health problem, one in every twenty-four women is at risk.  The positive side of this is when you know the early symptoms you have an eighty-percent chance of surviving, and on the negative side not knowing what to look for will decrease your odds as much as ten-percent.


What You Need To Know About Colon Cancer

As common as this type of cancer has become the medical association admits they still are not able to pinpoint the exact cause, so this can become quite scary not knowing if you one day might wake up with this disease?   One more thing before we get into this in more detail, cancer and autoimmune disease both attack your immune system, but are considered to be two different types of diseases.


Are You A High-Risk?

People of all ages are at risk, but people over fifty-years-old become the most vulnerable. Oddly people under fifty-years-old with this type of cancer have been decreasing, but the medical professionals can’t explain why? So let’s look at what the medical professionals can tell us about your risks, and this is what they have to say.

  • Older than fifty-years-old are the most common age group who experience digestive and rectum diseases.
  • African Americans are higher risk than any other race
  • History of polyps could be a high-risk sign
  • Family history of cancer
  • Digestive inflammatory diseases
  • Low-fiber high-fat diets
  • Lack of being physically active
  • People with diabetes
  • Overweight
  • Addictive habits such as smoking
  • Alcoholics

In my opinion, I found it difficult to believe some of these would make you high-risk, and the reason why there have been people forever who have worked in offices and sedentary jobs who have never experienced cancer of any type in the past. My theory is autoimmune disease and cancer is man-made diseases from the chemicals in our foods and products, but that is my own theory and I have no proof to back this up except for my gut feeling.


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About How To Defeat Any Cancer eBook


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Early Symptoms To Be Aware Of

The key to surviving this terrible disease is knowing the early red flags to take action right away, but how many of us ignore these symptoms as just minor digestive problems that will just go away on their own?

  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Color & consistency of your poop
  • Bloody stool
  • Stomach cramps
  • Gas
  • Stomach pain
  • Feeling you still need to poop
  • Weak feelings low energy levels
  • Weight loss for no reasons

People with autoimmune diseases are high-risk without a doubt, and most of us experience some or maybe all of these symptoms during flare-ups. so those of us who are living with digestive autoimmune diseases need to be extra careful, and I am going to share some ways you can add colon cancer prevention for a healthier digestive system that works for me.


How To Lower Your Risk For Colon Cancer By Cancer.org 

Before I share how I manage my own autoimmune digestive diseases here are tips from Cancer.org which most of us already know, but it never hurts to remind ourselves what we should be doing to live a healthier lifestyle.

  • The most dreaded colon screening none of us look forward to, and many of us like myself puts off as long as I possibly can.
  • Eating more of our veggies
  • Adding more fruit to our diet
  • Whole grains
  • Stay active
  • Manage your weight
  • Stop smoking ( Yeah Right )
  • Drinking in moderation (No Partying )

Now according to Cancer.org diet, weight, and exercise has shown to decrease your risks, but  I always wondered how do they really know if these people in these studies would have experienced this type of cancer if they had not lived this type of lifestyle? I know personally people who are overweight to obesity and have fewer health problems than I do, so this kind of throws a wrench into their studies?


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Three Weeks To Better Digestion & Increased Energy


About Three Weeks To Better Digestion & Increased Energy By Mary J, Hahn

eBook Format


Finally, a book on gut health that doesn’t make you give up your favorite foods! This is not a diet or weight loss book, but rather a guide to healing your gut and feeling better than you have felt in years! You have probably heard that 70% of your immune system is in your gut. In this book, you’ll learn about the gut’s crucial role in keeping you healthy – from boosting immunity, to absorbing nutrients, to getting rid of toxins to helping prevent cancer. Plus, learn which things you may be doing every day that are damaging your balance of gut bacteria. Included is an easy-to-follow 21-Day Plan to Better Digestion and Increased Energy.


My Autoimmune Disease Digestive Disease Diet 

I am going to share with you my own real digestive disease diet plan, and I am not going to eliminate you from your favorite foods and snacks because that just isn’t humanly possible for most of us to do.

  • One to two salads per day
  • Chicken
  • Turkey
  • Fish
  • Gluten-free grains
  • Grass-fed red meats
  • Processed foods and snacks in moderation
  • Healthy flavored water
  • Herbal teas

I know myself the majority of us just can’t live the way many of the health and medical websites recommend when it comes to food, so my diet plan focuses on eating ninety-percent natural healthy food and processed foods at ten-percent which satisfies my cravings yet manage my digestive symptoms most of the time.


My Healthy Flavored Water I Recommend

I have found this company that produces the healthiest flavored water that even tastes yummy in my tummy, so I thought I would share my favorite source with you and if you want to check it out be my guest.


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Drink Hint 

Drink Hint is the name of the company I accidentally found during researching for a healthier beverage one day, and I have been purchasing their products for several months now and I am really satisfied.

  • Zero calories
  • No sugar
  • Zero artificial sweeteners
  • Preservative-free
  • Non-GMO
  • NSF certified
  • Vegan approved
  • No MSG
  • Gluten-free

Healthy Flavored Water To Choose From

  • Still
  • Sparkling
  • Hint Kick
  • Hint Kids
  • Healthy flavored water bundles

What Are Your Favorite Flavors

  • Watermelon
  • Blackberry
  • Pineapple
  • Peach
  • Clementine
  • Cherry
  • Chrisp Apple
  • Mango

So here is the information that impressed me into trying my favorite beverage, and before adding this brand I had to live with drinking only herbal tea and plain water since all the other beverages sold in my local stores caused me bloating and stomach discomfort.


Save up to 20% when you subscribe to auto-delivery of hint fruit-infused water.


Do Colon Cleanses Work

I have always wondered if colon cleanse products were really safe, and I also never knew if they really were healthy for us to do? So instead of using a product, I started using a home-made recipe I found online to give this a try.

  • 1/2 cup of apple juice
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
  • 1teaspoon of ginger juice

How To Prepare 

Mix 1/2 cup of warm water with the ingredients above, and I drink this once per day to help detoxify my digestive system the natural way. I have noticed my tummy does feel much better since adding this to my daily routine, and I chug this down usually in the middle of the day since I am not able to put anything into my stomach in the morning.


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MSN Recommends NutriRise 15-Day Colon Cleanse As The Number One Product


NutriRise 15-Day Colon Cleanse is rated by MSN  as the number one product, but I myself have never used this product or any of the others recommended. If you are interested in going with one of these products instead of a home-made recipe, you can read the article 10 Best Colon Cleansers on their website.


Early Signs Of Colon Cancer In Women

This concludes my article to help more of you beware of how this type of cancer is not just for men, but women are also experiencing this cancer as well. With the information in this article, I hope more women will understand the early signs and get medical attention right away to increase their survival rate. For more resources and articles feel free to visit and join my Autoimmune Disease Community group on Facebook.


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28 thoughts on “Early Signs Of Colon Cancer In Women

  1. Very helpful, informative and useful article. I didn’t know that many things could make you more at risk to the disease. Thanks for sharing it. E-Books are always helpful and save space on storage too!

  2. Very relevant article. I have suffered from autoimmune diseases since I was 17. I am a cancer survivor and I only hear about breast cancer for women and colon cancer for men, there are many cancers and anyone can get it. I had what at the time was classed as “An old persons cancer”, I was 17 and I got it.
    Cancer runs through my family line, you mentioned African Americans as being the highest risk of this disease, where we live all indigenous races specifically Maori (my family line) and Pacific Islanders are very prone to cancers and have a very high % risk rate of contracting and dying from it.
    While, diet and exercise is important. I agree with you that most cancers are caused from chemically based use. Specifically in farming the amount of chemicals added to the soil to keep it going from overuse, it is poisoning the land and the food source,
    I was diagnosed in the 80’s in an era you never mentioned the big “C” because it was a death sentence, you didn’t talk about it , you certainly didn’t know anyone one that had it . I also worked for a huge corporate garden company that produced its own fertilizers onsite, in an era that no one got Cancer – 10 staff all came down with different cancers at the same time. Something to think about 🙂
    I would also like to just add to the early symptoms sections, the two earliest signs I got was not just low energy but sudden onset of chronic fatigue – to the point of falling asleep at my desk at work, in my car and getting out of bed in the morning was a major effort. The other was profuse night sweats to the point of drenched sheets. Many thanks for this article and bringing an awareness that colon cancer is not just for men.

    1. Hello, Nadine Leddy

      I am very happy you shared your own experience with Cancer,
      and your sharing I am sure will open the eyes of more people
      that we must be more careful about what we are putting into our bodies
      to stay healthy and cancer-free


  3. Wow, thanks for that info, I had no idea how much women were so prompt to it, I can’t believe how much how we eat affects it, we all know now that some process food have something to do with it but people forget or don’t know that is not only what we eat it, moderation and a healthy diet goes a very long way into keep you safe. As someone who lost a parent to cancer and the other thanks to God did survive, I know how helpful an important is to let people know about this and prevent the from going what some of us have gone through.

    1. Hello, Juan

      I thank you for sharing your own experience with cancer,
      and today almost everyone knows someone who has had cancer
      or has cancer who are very close to them.

  4. That’s an informative article. My Sis in law is a breast cancer survivor and I have seen her painful journey. Colon cancer is bad too. I hope nobody gets it. I will surely recommend this article to couple of my doctor friends who may be able to help their patients

    1. Hello, Prav

      I am very sorry to hear about your sister-in-law with breast cancer,
      and this also is way too common in women today than ever before.


  5. My mom is 70 years old now, and this article should be helpful for her. You pointed out that cancer might be a human-made disease. It is an interesting theory considering that it has been with human beings for a long time. Maybe, you are right. 🙂

    The fact that your suggestions and advice are from your own experience increases the credibility of your article. Thank you for pointing out that it is hard to follow the exact guide of many healthy diet plans. Probably, most of us are aware of what is the proper and healthy diet, but it is hard to follow. Therefore, the 90%-10% rule is a great compromise, and I am tempted to follow it.

    I have a question for you. You introduced several drink products made by Drink Hint. Are they healthier than regular water? Personally, I have no problem with drinking water from a purifier. So, I wonder if Drink Hint’s products have any more health-merit than regular water. “Home-made Colon Cleansing” you introduced looks interesting. I want to try it out and see what the consequence is.

    I haven’t thought if there is a gender-preference in colon cancer. From your article, it looks like there are more cases with men, and it is an interesting statistic.

    Thank you for this informative article. I love to read more of your articles and leave a comment in the future. Have a great day.

    1. Hello, Jason Kang

      I thank you for reading and commenting, I started this support group website with
      the intention of educating people how our immune systems are not as strong as in the
      past and we need to start eating healthier.

      Purified water is healthier than any commercial beverage on the market, but if you are
      going to drink beverages on the market such as flavored water the company Drink Hints are
      healthier for you since they are all-natural with no artificial ingredients like most other

      You can make your own flavored water with purified water and add your favorite fruit, so
      I do this most of the time but I keep some Drink Hints for when I am traveling


  6. Hey, nice post and, maybe one of the most helpful article that I have read. Cancer is a ruthless disease and it is not the most pleasant thing to find out that you have this disease. However, medicine has evolved a lot and we have come to cope with this disease. Your article, for people who have this type of cancer, is very helpful and we thank you for it.


    1. Hello, Condrut

      I appreciate your comment, I just want to point out many of the modern man-made cancer medications
      can cause to shut down your organs and end your life before cancer. My father battled for years with
      bladder cancer, and it was not cancer that killed him but the medications shut down his kidneys so
      living healthy to prevent cancer is important and not depend on medication to save your life.


  7. I’ve become such an advocate of watching what goes in the the body and what fuel I should be consuming to operate the body at the optimal performance. Not like a fanatic, but in within guidelines and owning whatever the outcome. Your post illustrates how this relates to our autoimmune system… a benefit that I wasn’t targeting initially, but one that I’m grateful for.

    1. Hello Bob

      I am super happy to hear you are one of the few people who really watch what they put into their bodies, and I am the same as you out of no choice but I am lucky to not be in worse health from autoimmune disease.


  8. Thank for the information
    Last week I had been researching this topic as I have had friends with colon problems and were worried it might be colon cancer.
    But after reading this article I am convinced it is not and I will share this post with her

    1. Hello, Thabo

      I am very happy your friend is not experiencing colon cancer symptoms, but if she is experiencing digestive issues she should start watching her diet closely to find what foods are causing her symptoms to live with fewer issues

    1. Hello, Barry

      I agree completely Cancer does affect us all, and very few of us have not experienced cancer in our lives in one way or another.


  9. Hi Jeff,
    A very well presented post.
    I do agree with you and think the same for: ‘man-made diseases from the chemicals in our foods and products’. Unfortunately we cannot back this up with proof and its just theory. But i totally agree with you.
    The book is very strong as well as it will give solutions to either a man or a woman that might experience this unfortunate disease.
    Its so nice to see the solutions you are offering and to be honest i am also impressed by the water. It really seems quite interesting.

    I am quite sure that lots of people will find your post very helpful either for themselves or for helping others.
    I do wish you all the best and hope that these diseases will start reducing, as long as people become more aware of how to avoid or try to prevent them.


    1. Hello, Loannis

      I thank you for your kind wishes for other people, and I do hope this group motivates people to live healthier to prevent as many health problems. Today you can become sick at any age, so it is no longer just old age when you can end up unhealthy.


  10. Hi Jeff,

    The article is very informative. I think it is important to be able to detect cancer in time and get the proper treatment. Knowing the early symptoms is very important.

    Kind regards,


    1. Hello, Yoana

      Knowing the early symptoms can be the difference in surviving from cancer, but we must be more preventative with our diets and lifestyles to do all we can to try to avoid such a terrible experience.


  11. This was a very informative article! I was not aware of the high risk groups or symptoms to watch for with colon cancer. It is very good to know the signs and be on the lookout. There were several symptoms on the list that I would never have connected to colon cancer.

    The list of things to do to lower your risk seems intuitive and sounds like things we should be doing anyway to take better care of our bodies!

    Thank you for sharing your opinion and resources as well!

    1. Hello, Heidi

      Thank you for reading my post and commenting, I created this group in an attempt to educate more people on preventative health to keep their immune system strong


  12. I didn’t know that there were so many factors that could make you high risk for colon cancer. I had a family member who passed away from colon cancer and she was a high risk. If we had more info we could have had her get tested. It is important to have a colonoscopy done once you get 50. Thanks for the post!

    1. Hello Melissa

      I am sorry for your loss of your family member to colon cancer, and as much as we all dislike colonoscopy tests they are something we should be doing if we are high-risk or over 50 years old.


  13. Hi Jeff, I love this article! Very informative! My digestive system is not really well, so I find this article really helpful, I will check out the books you recommend.

    Thank you for this post:)

    1. Hello, Kelly

      I am happy you found this post interesting and informative, and that is the reason I started this group to help people learn how to live a healthier life.


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