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That’s someone who’s predominantly vegetarian, except they eat fish. If so, your risk of colon and rectal cancers are 43% lower. In fact, according to the American Medical Association, pescatarians have a much lower cancer risk than even vegans! So what’s the big difference? The fish, of course. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish have an anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer effect.