Drinking more than one acid alcoholic beverage a day dramatically increases your risk of developing a cancerous bowel. Large amounts of highly acidic red meat increases this risk, according to researchers at The George Institute in Sydney, Australia, who analyzed more than 100 international studies reaching as far back as the 1960s.
“It’s the first definitive study to quantify the role of lifestyle . . . on the risk of developing colorectal cancer,” associate professor Rachel Huxley told AAP.
“People who eat the highest amount of red and processed meat have about 20 percent greater risk of developing the cancer than those who don’t eat meat,” Huxley said. The risk was similar for those who are obese, smoke, or have diabetes.
But those who drink the acid alcohol face a much higher risk. “We found the risk was 60 percent, and what’s classified as the highest intake isn’t very much,” she said. Just more than one acid drink daily — or more than seven acid drinks during a week — significantly increased the risk when compared to those who didn’t drink alcohol at all.
According to Dr. Robert O. Young, Director of Research at the pH Miracle Living Center, in Valley Center, California, "the dietary toxins of uric, sulfuric, phosphoric and nitric acid from beef, pork, chicken, turkey and eggs have been directly linked in a landmark ten year study by the World Center Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research in the cause of colon, rectum, breast, liver, prostate, kidney and pancreatic cancer. The use of the acid alcohol causes mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, lung, liver, colon, rectum, and breast cancer. In addition, this landmark study linked the ingestion of vegetables and fruit with the prevention of mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, lung, stomach, pancreas, liver, colon, rectum, breast, ovary, endometrium, cervix, prostate, thyroid, kidney and bladder.