Although such as vitamin C may calm the symptoms of inflammation, it may be important not to ignore the signs.
Inflammation could be your bodys way of indicating abnormal cell growth that may lead to colon cancer. According to a new study published in The Journal of Nutrition, mice who were fed a high-fat diet were more susceptible to inflammation of the colon, which could eventually lead to cancer.
A diet high in fat and low in fiber, vitamin D and calcium has already been proven to be related to colon cancer. However, a new study suggests it sparks an inflammatory reaction that could eventually trigger the disease.
After feeding mice either a diet of 5 percent fat and a large amount of calcium and vitamin D or a diet made up of 20 percent fat and limited amounts of calcium and vitamin D, it was discovered that the mice in the second group gained more weight and experienced inflammation systems more frequently.
The inflammatory response was also shown to trigger the carcinogenic, or cancer formatting process.