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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) — A new report said one diet stood out when it comes to fighting cancer. The diet stood out not because of what people take away but because of what people added to it. There's some thought people would all rather add to than take away for any health benefit. For example people would rather add red wine, to fight heart disease, to the burgers and fries rather than take away the fast food. So in this case, to fight colon cancer people might want to add a great catch and eat what's called a pescetarian diet. Seafood is the key ingredient in the pescetarian diet. It's really salmon, or other fish, with a vegetarian diet. So that means fruits and vegetables make up the bulk of the diet along with fish. Researchers said the combo was so effective for lowering colon cancer risk those who at that way had a bigger drop in colon cancer, than those who ate the vegan way. Vegan uses just plant proteins instead of fish such as beans and no animal products at all. Those who ate the pescetarian way dropped colon and rectal cancer risk 16 percent. It was likely that the seafood works against inflammation which has been linked to certain cancers. Inflammation is a silent marker in the blood that may play a role in several top risks such as cancer and heart disease. And that means people negate it by eating anti-inflammatory foods. Or it's like eating natural aspirin, which is what fish or seafood might be in the body. Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1, and LIKE her on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!

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