Question 29: What do you do to help reduce your chances of polyp growth?
Factoid: Research suggests that polyps growth starts with inflammation of the intestine’s walls. A great to reduce the chances of polyp growth is to incorporate anti-inflammatory foods. Check out Dr. Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Food Pyramid to see what you can incorporate into your diet.
Stellar diet, exercise, and meditation has been shown to influence gene expression. - Georgia Hurst
I try to remove anything from my life that causes unnecessary stress. Job stress, family stress, etc. I think it's important to keep a healthy emotional outlook. If it's not important, then don't stress about it. - Brooke Porretti
I take Sulindac, eat healthy, exercise, and keep stress levels low. I also started putting turmeric in my foods. - Alyssa Zeigler
Eat lots of fiber - fruits, veggies, and whole grains. Stay away from processed foods; I exercise frequently and try to remain positive. - Georgia Hurst
When I still had my colon, I took celebrex, as well as folic acid and calcium to suppress the growth. I currently am not taking anything for the polyps in my stomach and duodenum - Anonymous
I try and eat an alkaline diet. I am also taking Tumeric and Celebrex. Take Sulindac. - Israel Gonzales, Jr
Since using Visalus, polyps have disappeared. - Kari
Celebrex - Anonymous
I take a baby aspirin every day. - Anonymous
Take natural curcumins/turmerics - Charlie Henricks
Zyflamend - Nathan Anderson
Turmeric - Suzanne Pilon
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