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Keep colon cancer at bay: What to eat and what to avoid

For reducing colon cancer risk, whole grains and regular exercise are a must, while processed meats and alcohol should be limited, a large research review finds. Three servings (about 3 ounces) a day of whole grains — such as brown rice or whole-wheat bread — may lower colon cancer risk by 17 percent,...
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