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September 21, 2010 | 1 minute read

A Dish of Two Oceans

Choosing Pacific-caught fish helps you steer clear of pollutants, and in today’s Health-e-Recipe, you can flavor it with healthful Mediterranean ingredients.

Pacific Halibut uses classic Mediterranean flavor from bell pepper, tomato, black olives and onions, all cooked in healthful olive oil. Fish like halibut are a low-fat protein source that may lower your risk for heart disease and possibly colon cancer thanks to their omega-3 fatty acids.

This dish supplies vitamin C from the green peppers and tomatoes, plus onion and garlic sulfur phytochemicals and parsley’s array of anti-cancer compounds. Served with a cooked whole grain like brown rice or bulgur — sources of healthy fiber and even more phytochemicals — you have a winning meal for cancer prevention. Click here to subscribe to weekly Health-e-Recipes from AICR.

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