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While filming our latest documentary Eastern Medicine: Journey Through Asia, Ty and the TTAC team were served a fabulous keto-inspired meal by Chef Donatas Certovskich in Phuket, Thailand. I was so impressed that I decided to re-create the recipe with a few special cancer-fighting ingredients of my own.
We’ve shared quite a bit on the ketogenic diet – the low-carb, high-fat diet that has become quite popular… and for good reason. By reducing blood sugar and insulin levels and increasing ketones, the keto diet offers many health benefits. Some use keto for weight loss, while others use it as part of their anticancer protocol. Keto may also benefit those with diabetes and prediabetes.
While the diet is enjoyed by many, it involves drastically reducing carbohydrate intake. Because of this, the common cry is a craving for carbs, particularly pasta. This recipe uses organic konjac noodles, which are a plant-based, low-calorie, no-carb alternative to traditional pasta. They are made with konjac flour and sometimes also oat fiber flour. To serve four, you may need to use two packages of noodles, so be sure to check the package information.
This delicious dish gets its decadence from macadamia nut cheese and is loaded with anti-cancer mushrooms, shallots, parsley, and spinach.
Macadamia nuts are rich in healthy fats that help with weight control, insulin sensitivity, inflammation, and reduced risk of heart disease and cancer.
Hemp seeds are a great source of high-quality protein and essential fatty acids and provide a good dose of vitamin E and important minerals. Spinach is tops for eye health as it is an excellent source of lutein and zeaxanthin.
It also contains over a dozen different flavonoid compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties and anticancer-causing components.
Feel free to increase the turmeric as it is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant powerhouse. Add a few garnishes such as hemp seeds and avocado and you have one heck of an anti-cancer, health-promoting & satisfying meal.
If you desire more protein, slide one or two poached or sunny-side up eggs on top of each plate of pasta.
These noodles are high in glucomannan (the fiber from the konjac root), so it is recommended to avoid konjac noodles completely if you have esophageal issues of any sort.
Watch the clip below asTy & Chef Donatas discuss the recipe in our latest documentary series…
- 1 large or 2 small shallots, diced
- 4-5 organic mushrooms of choice, button, shiitake, crimini, or other, cleaned and diced
- 1 clove garlic, pressed or minced
- ¼ teaspoon ground turmeric (if you wish to use fresh turmeric in this recipe, chop off a piece, grate finely and add to the pan)
- 2 -3 handfuls baby spinach
- Keto noodles (konjac)
- Macadamia nut cheese (recipe below)
- 1 tablespoon organic extra virgin olive oil
- Hemp seeds, for garnish
- Chopped parsley, for garnish
- Fresh basil leaves or sprouts, for garnish
- Shaved or grated parmesan, for garnish
- Sliced or cubed avocado, for garnish
- 1 ½ cups raw macadamia nuts
- 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons finely grated parmesan cheese
- ¼ cups fresh parsley, chopped, tough stems removed
- ¼ teaspoon fine ground sea salt
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- ½ cup filtered water, room temperature
- Warm 1 tablespoon olive oil or butter in a large sauté pan over low heat. Add the shallots and mushrooms. Keep the pan covered, stirring occasionally so the vegetables don’t stick. When the shallots are soft and translucent (about 6-7 minutes) add the garlic and turmeric and sauté 1 minute longer.
- Meanwhile, cook the pasta or noodles according to package directions (they can be boiled in water and drained, or sautéed in butter.)
- Add half of the vegetable mixture to a blender or food processor and blend 1 minute at medium speed. Add the blended mixture back to the reserved vegetables in pan. Add the spinach and sauté until wilted, about 1-2 minutes. Stir in the cooked pasta. Add the macadamia cheese, using just enough to coat the pasta; mix to combine and until saucy, 1-2 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Remove from heat and drizzle with olive oil.
- Transfer pasta to a serving dish. Garnish with additional chopped parsley, parmesan (shaved or grated), avocado, fresh basil leaves, and/or sprouts, if desired.
- Add the macadamia nuts, lemon juice, parmesan, garlic powder, sea salt, parsley, and half the water to a food processor. Mix until smooth, adding additional water as necessary (cheese should not be firm). Yield: 2 cups
Any leftover cheese can be drained over cheesecloth, chilled, and served with crudité.
Editor’s note: This post was originally published in April 2019. It has been updated and republished in October 2019.
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Lisa Carter says
Hi Charlene and Ty. I have been watching your program for 3 nights so far. I am currently undergoing chemo. A very strong regimen of it. I am on oral and intravenous meds. I was diagnosed with bile duct cancer and when surgery was performed it was actually on my pancreas. I had a Whipple surgery. I am having a lot of side effects from the chemo and in my second month of 6 that I am supposed to endure. I hated putting the poison in my body. Was so glad to see on the very first night of your program that a doctor actually called chemo a poison. I am trying to pick up tips from your show to help me try to keep my body strong and heal it some as I try to do this treatment. I only wish the USA would have doctors like the ones you have interviewed and would practice these methods of care, and also it would be nice for the insurance companies to accept this type of care for us cancer patients. Thank you both and all your team for bringing this news to us . I pray that good will come out of this information and I will be talking with my oncologist about these methods and asking her for alternative care. If you know of someone ?- doctors-? treatment centers in the US – that can help with these kinds of practices and care could you please list those? Thanks again , and God Bless You ALL!!
Customer Support says
Hi Lisa –
We appreciate you reaching out to us about this.
Please know that we deeply appreciate your support of our new documentary.
I’m so sorry to hear about your diagnosis – I’ll be sure to pray for you.
Unfortunately, we are unable to give any kind of medical advice. The best advice we can give you is to consult with one of the doctors we interviewed in the Global series.
Please note that we are not able to select an expert for you.
We’ve created a page with the experts’ contact info as it was available to us.
Here’s the link to the actual webpage:
We do have one more resource you may be interested in. During our Live Event 2017 series, Dr. Patrick Quillin suggested contacting The Institute of Functional Medicine to locate a practitioner in your area.
If you are interested, here is the link to search for a Functional Medicine Practitioner in your area: https://www.ifm.org/find-a-practitioner/
I’m also attaching the info about the Hope4Cancer clinic in Tijuana, MX if you’d like to reach out to them.
Please also see the resources below in case they will be helpful to you.
From our beginning, we have supported charities that really help these cancer patients.
HealingStrong supports MANY cancer patients and are amazing. HealingStrong, a nonprofit organization, is supported 100% by volunteers, who are experienced in using natural strategies. The organization’s mission is to educate, encourage, equip, and empower those seeking comprehensive natural strategies to heal strong and stay strong.
HealingStrong Connect Groups meet monthly in various areas of the U.S. and South Australia to link others interested in natural strategies, holistic protocols, and local resources. Their groups focus on mind, body and emotional healing based on Biblical promises, as they believe the God of the Bible is our healer. For more information on how to start a group, or become involved in one, please go to: http://www.healingstrong.org/groups, and like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/healingstrong.
Cancer Crackdown is so awesome and helps patients without a lot of money get supplements and treatments and even helps them raise money:
Also, the Independent Cancer Research Foundation is another charity that we support, also known as Cancer Tutor. They have been a TREMENDOUS help for cancer patients and have a TON of life saving information they give out freely and they do real research into treatments for cancer that are outside of the toxic Big Pharma Big 3:
The best that we can suggest is to contact Healing Strong and Cancer Crackdown for any need in financial resources.
We also support Mary Beth’s “Nick Gonzalez Foundation” which is bringing Nick’s protocol to the people…which is one of the most powerful cancer killing protocols out there.
I hope this is helpful! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us again if there’s anything else we can help with.
Wishing you endless blessings and love!
Ty and Charlene:
Pasta is mostly carbohydrates with possibly less than 10% of protein. Did you check fat, protein and carbohydrate contents for this recipe to justify your claim that this is a vegetarian keto recipe?
Sharon Hansen says
The “pasta” used in this recipe is not traditional pasta. It’s made from a vegetable, not a grain.
Nancy Galvan says
What vegetable and how do you make it?
Dana Chalamet says
Miracle noodles (aka Knojac or Shirataki noodles), have been enjoyed in Japan for over 1,400 years. It’s known to be a total guilt-free noodle here in the USA.
They are made from the Konjac plant, which is 97% water and 3% soluble fiber called glucomannan plus a natural calcium additive to help the noodles keep their shape.
They are certified vegan because they are made from only the three simple ingredients (again), water, konjac flour and a calcium additive (old-fashioned pickling lime). The calcium additive is used as a shape stabilizer for the noodles and completely natural.
You can learn everything you need to know about them at Miraclenoodle.com under in their FAQ section on miraclenoodle.com
But simply READING the article FIRST, you would have understood this—that the Konjac noodle IS NOT traditonal pasta or even CLOSE to pasta. It’s completely different.
As stated, these are Konjac noodles, NOT pasta. Just don’t call them pasta and you won’t get confused, lol.
You can use them to replace normal grain based pasta in almost any recipe. They are worth investigating as they are AWESOME!
The brand I use contains only konjac root (glucomannan) and water.
Dietary Fibre 3.7g
They're just a great, healthy, gut friendly vehicle for all the good stuff you want to put on them! 🙂
Leticia Gonzalez says
My dearest ty and Charleen thank you so much for all you do. Thank you for taking the time for educating us. Just thank you thank you thank you. Keep up the wonderful mission you are on. God Bless you abundantly. Hey, wishing Charlene a happy belated birthday. Love you guys. Letty
Customer Support says
Thank you so much, Leticia. We’re so blessed to have your support and love. I’ll be sure to share your birthday message with Charlene. Wishing you endless love and blessings!
Jan Thomas says
I am dairy free so cannot use the parm cheese. Do you have another suggestion for the sauce? It sounds YUMMY!
kathy russell says
It is not necessary to put on the parmesian, the flavor is excellent without it but Nutritional Yeast could be sprinkled on top instead.
cannot pin your recipes, something is wrong, I think they are too big. I have been following you guys for a while. I have a Pinterest account called health whisper. Thank you.
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Silvia Logan says
I find this recipe so delicious. Reading about this recipe is just making me so hungry. What local grocery stores in Ottawa can you find keto noodles also know as konjac noodles?
Customer Support says
Hi Silvia –
Thanks for your comment!
Unfortunately, we don’t know of any grocery stores in Ottawa, but it would be best if you did an online search to find out which ones you can find closest to your home. 🙂