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Most of us know the vitamin helps to keep our bones strong, and The Doctors share the results of a study which found getting adequate levels of the essential vitamin may also help to protect you against colorectal cancer.
The panels suggest enjoying more canned fish, like tuna, anchovies and sardines, which are packed with protein, omegas and vitamin D.
ER physician expert Dr. Travis Stork shares one of his favorite lunch foods is canned tuna with hummus, olive oil, black pepper, turmeric, lemon on wholegrain bread.
The Doctors note to be aware of your mercury intake if you enjoying fish on a regular basis.