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Beware these antibiotics that can cause colon cancer in men

Our bodies are complex systems and changing one thing will often result in unexpected changes to other parts of the system.

Science is getting better at understanding this, but doctors are still prone to treating “parts” and not treating your system as a whole.

Here’s an example of how this works…

If you lower your internal inflammation levels, then you are likely to be much healthier overall.

But most doctors won’t ever talk to you about changes you can make to lower inflammation.

They just treat the symptoms of the diseases CAUSED by inflammation.

That’s why you really have to educate yourself on how these systems work.

One of the systems in the body that we are just starting to understand is the gut microbiome.

The colonies that live in our gut can have a tremendous impact on our health.

Our guts are the home to loads of bacteria and other small organisms.

A healthy gut microbiome works with our body to help keep us healthy and our systems regulated.

But what happens when we dramatically alter our gut microbiome with antibiotics?

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This is a big question and has a lot of different answers.

A disrupted gut microbiome is linked to psychotic disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, metabolic problems and many more issues.

Gut microbiome has an important role in health and disease. One of the main roles of gut microbiome in mammals is that it guides the maturation and functioning of a host immune system, tuning it toward effector or regulatory directions.

Today we’ll focus on a single result of antibiotic use and gut microbiome disruption – the increased risk for colon cancer.

There are few studies that show that if you are on antibiotics long-term your risk of colon cancer goes up significantly.

“Antibiotics use may increase colorectal cancer (CRC) risk by altering the gut microbiota, with suggestive evidence reported. Our study aims to investigate antibiotics use in relation to subsequent CRC risk.”

The reason that the researchers give for this correlation is that the antibiotics alter the gut microbiota.

Now… I want to be clear here.

I’m not in any way saying NOT to take antibiotics if you need them.

Antibiotics can be lifesaving.

What I’m saying is to always be aware of your risks.

Antibiotics are miracle treatments and cure people of diseases they would have died of before antibiotics were invented.

But they also greatly alter the microbiome of the gut and there are consequences to that.

This study shows that people who had taken antibiotics for more than 6 months…

…had a 17% greater risk of being diagnosed with colon cancer than those who didn’t take antibiotics.

Of course, 6 months is a long time to be on antibiotics and it is somewhat unusual…

But even moderate use of antibiotics raises the risk of colon cancer.

“In this nationwide analysis of more than 40 000 CRC cases, we found a robust association between antibiotics use and higher risk of proximal colon cancer, consistent with previous investigations.”

This isn’t the only study to note this correlation.

Another study from the UK came to the same conclusion.

“Long-term antibiotic use in early-to-middle adulthood was associated with increased risk of colorectal adenoma.”

If you want excellent health, it’s very important to have a healthy gut microbiome.

Disruption of the biome – especially over extended periods of time…

Can have major negative health consequences including cancer of the bowel.

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“What the heck happened?”

Matt here, and I can’t ignore the massive, shit-eating grin on my student Jake’s face…

“What the heck happened?” I ask Jake.

“Dunno, Matt. Things were good for a change. With Emily. Very, very good.”

He sounds like the cat who ate the cream.

I still can’t believe this is the same unhappy Jake I’ve known for years.

We retrace my advice and at that moment, a huge realization comes over me…

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.