Colon Cancer Treatment with Coffee By www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Coffee has many health benefits in that diseases
like type II diabetes, Alzheimer´s disease, Parkinson´s disease and various cancers can
be reduced in frequency by drinking coffee every day. Four years ago we wrote that more
organic coffee can lead to less colon cancer. It turns out that one of the antioxidants
obtained during the process of roasting organic coffee may well reduce the risk of getting
colon cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in the USA.
For many years medical researchers have known that a set of enzymes in the human body, phase
II enzymes have a protective effect. They help us avoid getting colon cancer. The higher
the level of phase two enzymes you have the lower your risk is of getting colon cancer.
Here is where a good cup of organic coffee comes in. The methylpyridium produced as a
natural byproduct of roasting organic coffee raises phase II enzyme levels. In fact more
coffee means more methylpyridium which means higher levels of phase II enzymes.
Now it turns out that not only does coffee help prevent colon cancer but colon cancer
treatment with coffee is a reality. Here is how it works. Colon Cancer Treatment with Coffee The New York Times reports on how colon cancer
survival may be prolonged by drinking coffee. Colon cancer patients who were heavy coffee
drinkers had a far lower risk of dying or having their cancer return than those who
did not drink coffee, with significant benefits starting at two to three cups a day, a new
study found. Patients who drank four cups of caffeinated coffee or more a day had half
the rate of recurrence or death than non-coffee drinkers. There is more research to be done to prove
cause and effect but the results are clear. Inadvertent cancer treatment with coffee is
associated with fewer recurrences and deaths. How Much Coffee Does the Job? The Australian goes into more detail reporting
on the success of colon cancer treatment with coffee, especially the lower risk of relapse. More than 950 stage-three sufferers – whose
cancer had spread to nearby lymph nodes, but no further in the body – reported their food,
drink and health supplement intake during and six months after chemotherapy. Dr Fuchs said stage three patients had about
a 35 per cent chance of recurrence. But the study found that those who drank four
or more cups of coffee a day were 42 per cent less likely to experience a relapse.
Two or three cups a day produced a “more modest” benefit, the institute said. This association of amount of coffee consumed
and benefits is seen in type II diabetes. Four cups of coffee up to six a day seems
to be the magic range with benefits falling off in the two to three cup a day range. The
doctors who reported this result say that it is too soon to recommend drinking coffee
as colon cancer treatment but the evidence shows clearly that drinking coffee is likely
to help you avoid the disease in the first place. For more information about high quality and
organic coffee, visit www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org.