Eat Clean, Get Screened!
Rates of colorectal cancer diagnosis in folks under the age of 50 has increased by 10% within the last 10 years! This is alarming since routine screenings are not recommended until the age of 50.
Know the signs of colorectal cancer: blood in stool, abdominal cramping, change in bowel habits & chronic constipation are very common symptoms.
Know your family history: Insurance will pay for a first degree relative to receive a colonoscopy if their family member was diagnosed with colon cancer.
Any Age, Any Gender: Colorectal cancer is being discovered in 20-somethings of both men and women. This is NOT an old man’s disease!
Eating CLEAN, FRESH food can help prevent disease. Join HCB2’s Healthy Gut educational series for fabulous, up to date information on how maintaining gut integrity helps to prevent disease!