Can Eating Fish Lower My Cancer Risk?

Fish is a low calorie, high protein “brain food.” This is due to the omega-3 fatty acids found in the oil of the fish. Though the human body can’t naturally produce omega-3s, it’s essential for a healthy body. This has made eating fish an essential part of our daily diet.

Now we know that fish is high in fatty acids, which is essential for total-body wellness, but how does it affect our cancer risk?

21st Century Oncology’d Dr. Brian Lawenda shares if there is a protective factor of eating a diet with fish. Find out if eating fish can reduce your cancer risk.

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  • Are. 🦀 Cancer patient can eat

  • Largest study on Fish & fish oil consumption – a study from Finland, done with over 600 000 people, showed that people had double the heart attack & stroke who ate more fish and fish oil. International Organisation on lipids and fats (Authority Voice of lipids and fats) have their own congress doing the latest research, and exchange empirical research. From this they categorically warn people not to eat fish.

  • Cancer and Salmon Consumption — To assess the levels of dioxins/furans, PCBs, and chlorinated pesticides in salmon, a group of scientists analyzed farmed salmon from eight regions of Europe, North America and South America. They then compared this to the USEPA standards for developing fish consumption advisories. According to these guidelines, anyone who ate farmed salmon from Northern Europe more than once every five months was elevating their risk of cancer. Anyone eating salmon from North or South America more than once a month also appreciably raised their risk of contracting cancer.

  • Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease — A study of diabetes prevalence among Native Americans in the Great Lakes region of the US and Canada found that 20% of the 352 adults tested had a form of diabetes. Blood samples from these persons also showed a significant association with the levels of PCBs they had absorbed from their fish-based diet.

  • Fish is so toxic now from the sea as it bio-accumulates. You cant include or trust the industry funded-studies in the meta-studies as there is a conflict of interests.

  • Can Eating Fish Lower My Cancer Risk? 

    Fish is a low calorie, high protein “brain food.” This is due to the omega-3 fatty acids found in the oil of the fish. Though the human body can’t naturally produce omega-3s, it’s essential for a healthy body. This has made eating fish an essential part of our daily diet. 

    Now we know that fish is high in fatty acids, which is essential for total-body wellness, but how does it affect our cancer risk? 

    21st Century Oncology’s Dr. Brian Lawenda shares if there is a protective factor of eating a diet with fish. Find out if eating fish can reduce your cancer risk.

    #Fish   #Diet #Cancer #Health

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