Colon cancer on the rise in young adults: GMOs, vaccines and synthetic folic acid all to blame

Colon cancer on the rise in young adults: GMOs, vaccines and synthetic folic acid all to blame

Ever since the 1990s, colon cancer rates among young people under the age of 50 have skyrocketed, and the establishment is pretending not to know why.

Poor diet, they admit, is probably linked as genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were first introduced right around the time colon cancer started becoming a serious problem in young people. Other dietary factors linked to colon cancer include processed, highly inflammatory foods and alcohol.

The American Cancer Society (ACS) published a report recently about the phenomenon, which is further explained by another study published in the journal Cancer Research Communications that once again points to dietary factors, and particularly the consumption of synthetic folic acid.

While most countries do not add synthetic folic acid to bread and flour-based products, the United States and Canada do. This explains, in part, why young people everywhere are succumbing to colon cancer at rates never before seen in human history.

In 1996, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a decree ordering all enriched grain products to be “fortified” with folic acid by the year 1998, the claim being that this synthetic, folate-like substance prevents birth defects. Almost immediately afterwards, colon cancer rates started to soar in America’s younger population.

“Folate and folic acid are often used interchangeably, but there is a notable difference between the two,” explains Jennifer Sweenie, writing for The Epoch Times. “Folate is a B vitamin found naturally in certain foods, including fruits, vegetables and legumes. During the digestive process, your body converts folate into its active form before entering the blood.”

“Folic acid is simply a synthetic form of folate used in enriched food products. Your body isn’t able to metabolize folic acid as easily as naturally occurring folate. The process of converting folic acid to its active form takes longer than it does with folate. This can lead to a buildup of folic acid in the blood, and eating fortified food products may contribute to that surplus.”

(Related: Did you know that many major health insurance companies are altering policies to exclude coverage during times of war, rioting and insurrection?)

Folic acid and tumors

Researchers from the Baylor College of Medicine discovered that folic acid consumption is, in fact, linked to tumor growth. Mice fed a folic acid-supplemented diet that mimics the FDA’s folic acid “fortification” program developed tumors in the colon.

If you live in North America, you can avoid “enriched” grain-based products containing folic acid by sticking with either foreign products from Europe or England, or by purchasing certified organic products – just beware that some certified organic products are now quietly adding folic acid, so read the label closely.

Another factor in colon cancer rates skyrocketing in young people is the ever-increasing vaccine schedule from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This includes Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines,” which are linked to acute diverticulitis and micro-perforation of the colon.

“Following the USDA guidance on food is a short route to ill health,” wrote one commenter about how the official so-called “food pyramid” from the U.S. government is certainly contributing to rising colon cancer rates.

“It is also the consumption of poisonous omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids,” suggested another, noting that back in the 1950s these oils were considered to be toxic waste.

“A few bribes later and you are morbidly obese with cancer, heart disease and stroke. Pre-1850, the total omega-3 and omega-6 combined consumption was under three grams – today it is 30-100 grams per day.”

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