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The absolute best way to prevent, treat, and beat cancer is through nutrition. Unfortunately, finding the right information can be hard. The agricultural industry is doing its best to confuse us with tricky labels and misleading science.
Did you know that over 50% of cancer deaths are preventable? With the right diet, you can drastically reduce your cancer risk – and even help your body heal from most diseases. The medical mafia wants you to believe that drugs are the only way to fight disease and illness. The truth is that there’s very little money to be made in natural treatments. The standard American diet (SAD) is loaded with sugar, toxins, and processed, fake foods.
Each month, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite anti-cancer recipes. These dishes aren’t just good; They’re good FOR you!
This kale and artichoke dip is packed full of flavor and nutritional benefits. This recipe is a savory crowd pleaser and perfect for those winter get-togethers.
Kale has gained in popularity over the past years and for good reason. It is an excellent source of protein, folate, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids. A 2013 study from Current Pharmacology Reports stated that cruciferous vegetables, such as kale, contain chemical components that have been responsible for fighting various types of cancer cells. The study also stated that cruciferous vegetables are key in advancing cancer prevention.
Artichokes are high in natural antioxidants, fiber, and many vitamins and minerals. A 2015 study in The Plant Foods for Human Nutrition Journal found that artichokes were very beneficial in supporting healthy liver function and protecting the liver against diseases. They also suggest that artichokes may have the ability to support liver cell regeneration. Along with all of these qualities, and one of my favorite health impacts, is that artichokes also support overall gut health!
This simple sweet potato casserole is a delicious and healthy side dish to go with your savory dinners this winter.
Sweet potatoes are high in dietary fiber, antioxidants, and rich in beta-carotene. They are also naturally sweet and filling. A 2010 study in The Journal of Nutrition stated that beta-carotene is important in providing adequate amounts of vitamin A. Vitamin A is important in supporting a healthy immune system and organ function.
According to a 2014 study in The Journal of Medicinal Foods, sweet potatoes have valuable medicinal purposes such as anti-cancer, antidiabetic, and anti-inflammatory.
In this casserole, we have skipped the traditional gluten-rich topping and opted for a healthier pecan crust. The monounsaturated fats found in pecans are excellent for supporting a healthy heart. A 2018 study in Nutrients Journal stated that ingesting a handful of pecans daily may prevent cardiovascular disease and development of type two diabetes, while supporting a healthy weight.
This delicious carrot cake is an excellent way to turn an ordinary winter vegetable into a sweet treat.
Carrots are a naturally sweet and hearty root vegetable. They are well known for containing beta carotene (vitamin A), potassium, and antioxidants. A 2003 study in the European Journal of Nutrition found that carrot consumption modifies cholesterol absorption and could be effective in protecting against cardiovascular disease.
A 2018 study in the Baltimore Medicine Journal stated that high intake of carrots has been correlated to decreased risk of breast cancer.
This carrot cake is also packed full of walnuts. Walnuts are an excellent source of omega-3s, magnesium, vitamin B-6, and iron. A 2018 study by Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care stated that while all nuts are rich sources of bioactive nutrients, walnuts have a distinct composition. The study also found that walnuts have beneficial effects against oxidation, inflammation, and tumor growth.
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