The death of Chadwick Bosman (King T'Challa of Black Panther) from colon cancer at only 43 years old is a much-needed reminder that we can do a lot to reduce related risks. Here's a link to a good short article by Dr. Sophie M. Balzora.
Colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death worldwide.
Unfortunately colonoscopies fell by 80% and have only recovered to 40% below pre covid levels.
Research pretty solidly shows that a high fiber intake reduces colon cancer risks:
"Fiber intake shows convincing and linear dose-response negative correlation with Colorectal Cancer Risk."
Translating that into human-speak: the more fiber you eat the better (benefits of risk reduction go up linearly).
The world champions at fiber, the Hadza in Tanzania, eat 5 times the US recommended daily amount (& have low cancer rates).
Neither a butt-load of bran , nor a single source supplement, work as well as "diverse fruits and vegetables containing different types of fiber molecules"
(quote from short piece on gut health and immunity by Dr. Emeran Mayer.)
And NanoSalad is the "2nd Best, 1st Easiest Way" to boost your plant intake.
The 1st best way is to man-up and eat full-sized veggies and salads.
Whenever you can't do that (for whatever reason) keep NanoSalad on hand.