How to Lower CEA Levels Naturally?

CEA is a type of protein in the body. Elevated CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen) level may indicate colon, bladder, breast, lung, ovarian cancers, etc.

When CEA goes beyond normal range, doctors need to take exams in order to rule out existence of cancer. Sometimes, inflammation can cause elevation of CEA.

A balanced diet is always helpful to prevent cancer and fight againt inflammation.

Foods recommended are:

  • whole grain
  • fresh fruits
  • fresh vegetables
  • fish rich in omega-3
  • low fat dairy

Foods to avoide include:

  • fried foods
  • processed foods
  • high sodium foods
  • high cholesterol foods
  • added sugar


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