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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!
If you’re searching for healthy and nutritious ideas for breakfast, you’re not alone. It’s often difficult to find delicious breakfast options if you’ve given up gluten, eggs, dairy, and more. Here is a delectable and nutritious vegan and gluten-free option you won’t be able to pass up.
I’ve also included a recipe for granola as most commercial brands are loaded with sugar and other unhealthy ingredients. No time in the morning to make the smoothie base? The granola is also excellent served with fresh fruit and unsweetened non-dairy coconut or cashew yogurt.
This flavorful Indian-inspired side dish is chock full of cancer-fighting vegetables and spices.
Coconut is a strong antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial food. Research shows that when we eat coconut fat our bodies produce monolaurin, which has been found to be effective in fighting bacteria and fungus.
A member of the cruciferous family, cabbage is a nutritional powerhouse that is both inexpensive and readily available. It supports joint, bone, and cardiovascular health. Green cabbage is loaded with vitamin C and manganese and has nearly 20 different flavonoids and over 15 different phenols that demonstrate significant antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Studies show that people who eat a lot of cabbage also have the lowest incidence of Type 2 diabetes.
Black mustard also belongs to the mighty cruciferous family, and the seeds inhibit the formation and growth of cancer cells. Mustard seeds offer magnesium and selenium, two essential anti-cancer minerals. They are also rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants, minerals, and B-complex vitamins.
Tabbouleh is a refreshing Middle Eastern vegetarian salad made of tomatoes, parsley, mint, onion, and typically bulgur wheat. In this version, I have substituted quinoa for the bulger to make the dish gluten free.
Gluten has been found to have many negative effects on digestion and nutrient absorption, and can cause serious immune dysfunction. Importantly, most store-bought “gluten-free” products are not healthy. This is because they are often loaded with unhealthy ingredients and contain high levels of toxic metals such as mercury and arsenic.
Lemon zest provides lemon essential oil, which offers multiple benefits against cancer. Research shows that the D-limonene in lemon oil supports apoptosis (cancer cell death) and helps thwart metastasis and tumor growth. Mint has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, helps prevent damage from radiation, and cuts off the blood supply to tumors.
Parsley has potent anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer abilities. The phytochemicals in parsley can slow the speed of cell division, leaving time for the cell to correct DNA mistakes and activate apoptosis (programmed cell death). Research shows that one particular compound, apigenin – found in celery, artichokes, and herbs such as parsley – may well be a key agent for killing breast, pancreatic, and other cancer cells.
Red onions are anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory and contain powerful anti-cancer abilities. Onions are also a rich source of chromium, a trace mineral that can help control glucose levels.
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