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Eating Fish Reduces Risk of Colorectal Cancer, Says Study

According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, eating fish regularly can reduce risk of colorectal cancer which affects both colon and rectum. The research conducted by the University of Oxford and the International …Read more





Eating fish reduces risk of getting cancer says study

A recent research now says eating fish regularly can reduce ones risk of colorectal cancer were inversely associated with colorectal cancer incidents In an analysis of dietary patterns of participants in the study we found regular consumption
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Eating fish may lower risk of bowel cancer study

A new study provides stronger evidence on the health benefits of eating more fish Eating more fish could reduce the risk of bowel colorectal cancer according to new research published in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology which looked at the
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Eating three portions of fish a week reduces risk of bowel cancer research suggests

Eating a week of oily fish such as salmon and sardines experienced a 10 per cent lower risk of bowel cancer A typical portion of fish is around 100g The researchers concluded Consumption of fish appears to reduce the risk of colorectal bowel
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Eating fish regularly linked to lower risk of bowel cancer

The Mail Online Daily Telegraph and The Sun all covered the study with none making it clear that observational studies like this cannot prove that eating fish reduces cancer fish oils affected the risk of bowel cancer colon and rectum cancer
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Eating fish cuts bowel cancer risk study finds but how much should you eat

Our research shows that eating fish appears to reduce the risk of bowel cancer and should be encouraged as part of a healthy diet Dr Marc Gunter the lead researcher from the IARC said One downfall of the study is that dietary data collected from
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Bowel cancer risk greater for people who eat just one or no portions of fish per week study shows

A persons chances of getting bowel cancer can be significantly reduced by eating three or more portions of fish per week a study has shown Consumption of fish appears to reduce the risk of colorectal bowel cancer and should be encouraged as
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