Eating nuts could lower the risk of a deadly tumour

A handful of almonds (30g), for example, contains 3.8g of fibre, the NHS adds.

Dietitian Victoria Taylor at the British Heart Foundation said: “Nuts are a nutrient-rich food providing us with fibre, protein, vitamins, minerals and other micronutrients.”

There are other factors that influence whether a person is more or less likely to develop bowel cancer.

Take, for example, everyday habits, such as smoking, which increases a person’s risk of cancer developing.

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