#18. Salmon

Studies have found that eating more fish can reduce your chances of developing blood-related cancers such as myeloma, lymphoma, and leukemia. The fatty acids in salmon have also been linked with lower risks of endometrial cancer.

Salmon is also rich in vitamin D, which has the ability to lower the risk of breast cancer and colon cancer.

Vitamin D in salmon has been found to have the ability to stunt the growth of cancerous tissue by blocking the blood flow in the tumor.

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