When pooling the results of lots of different studies on diet and fish, researchers discovered that people who eat fish more
often have a 12% lower risk of developing colorectal cancer. Eating higher amounts of fish and poultry (and less processed
meat) is also linked with reduced risk of ovarian cancer. Experts have yet to tease out the beneficial fish compounds, but
many suspect it could be the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish like salmon and sardines. In the meantime, consider all types
of fish as healthy choices for a cancer-fighting diet.
Recipe: Pan-Seared Halibut with Bell Pepper Relish