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Polyp-Fighting Breakfast Recipes

Are you struggling to find easy breakfast recipes that are good for people who are susceptible to developing intestinal polyps?'s Guide to Fighting Colon Polyps has you covered! This section provides a bounty of polyp-fighting breakfast recipes that rely on some of the best polyp-combating ingredients. Enjoy!

Tip: Before you dive into the world of colon polyp fighting breakfast recipes, you may want to take a look at the diet section (Diet for the Prevention of Colon Polyps) and the food section (Foods That Prevent Colon Polyps) of this Guide, if you haven't already done so.

Oat and Buckwheat Muesli with Pears and Grapes

Eating a bowl of this highly nutritious muesli for breakfast is a great way to start your day. The red grapes featured in this muesli contain resveratrol and quercetin, natural substances with strong antioxidant and anti-cancer activity. The fiber provided by the oats and pears is also beneficial as it binds to carcinogenic substances in the colon.
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Oat and Wheat Germ Muesli with Apples

Wheat germ is it is one of the most concentrated natural sources of vitamin E and an excellent source of selenium and zinc. These nutrients play an important role in the antioxidant system of the body. Also the oats featured in this tasty muesli have anti-cancer properties: they contain avenanthramides, unique antioxidants that have been shown to protect against cancer.
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Original Bircher Muesli

Muesli was developed as a health food by the Swiss Physician Maximilian Bircher-Brenner towards the end of the 19th century. This is the original muesli recipe Mr Bircher-Benner recommended to his patients.
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Wholewheat Muffins with Bananas and Walnuts

Not only are these whole wheat muffins full of flavor, they also contain ingredients that help reduce the risk of colon cancer. Bananas have been indicated as a good source of fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), compounds that are classified as prebiotics because they promote the growth of probiotic bacteria, such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. These healthy bacteria manufacture acetic and lactic acids which inhibit the growth of harmful microorganisms
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Carrot Muffins

Almost everyone knows that carrots aid eyesight, but did you know that they are also an excellent anti-cancer vegetable? Carrots contain falcarinol—a compound that has been shown to inhibit the development of cancer.
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