Oily fish are always in high demand, namely due to their high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids. These “good” types of fat can help to reduce inflammation in various parts of the body, including the ovaries, but they also have a direct impact on cancerous cells. The anti-angiogenic property of omega-3s means that they can seek out cancerous cells and starve them of nutrients and blood, effectively stopping their spread and making it impossible for metastasis. In other words, when it comes to ovarian cancer, adding tuna, cod or mackerel to your diet is a very wise choice.
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