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A recent review of 25 studies revealed that a diet high in fiber—particularly fiber from whole grains and cereals—could reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. Consuming three servings of fiber per day (about 90 grams) is beneficial for reducing cancer risk. Healthfinder.gov has more information about this review, plus additional resources. Also, read HPRC’s Healthy Tip on fiber.