Our expert says:
Sugar is definitely an anti-nutrient which means that there is no nutrient or health benefit from sugar. Sugar's 'claim to fame' is that it a good source of energy, however due the high intake of refined sugars in the western diet the energy benefit is negated by the negative effects on blood sugar levels, the effect on the digestive system (it is a good source of 'food' for fungi that often live in the digrstive tract and that are bad for us), the potential to promote obesity etc.
I don't believe that sugar will have a directly negative effect on the colon cancer, but certainly a high intake of sugar will have an indirectly negative effect and should be significantly reduced, or better still, removed from the diet.
Honey would be a better option, but again everything in moderation.
As far as the recurrence is concerned the decision regarding chemo, radiation and / or surgery is best made with the advise of the Oncologist. Different cancers respond to different types of treatment and so with the Oncologist being armed with all the relevant information, and cancer being his / her speciality, I would follow their advise.
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