Anti-Cancer Strategies: 3 Better Ways of Eating Berries

anti-cancer foods berries Berries are a must for your anti-cancer kitchen, but how you eat them is key. 

  • Raw or cooked?
  • Combined with what spices?
  • As desserts or snacks?

 

 

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Anti-Cancer Recipes: Holiday Guacamole with Emeralds and Rubies

anti-cancer recipes guacamoleHere’s a sparkling twist on guacamole to share with friends this holiday season and add to your growing repertoire of anti-cancer recipes.

The emeralds include avocado chunks and cilantro; the rubies, red onions and pomegranates. Continue reading

Anti-Cancer Awards: This Year’s Top Blog Post Stinks

Let’s jump straight to the top. The #1 most read post this year is–Anti-Cancer Recipes: Should you Cook Onions? So what’s the short answer? Continue reading

An Anti-Cancer Holiday Gift: Cranberries to Enrich your Poop

anti-cancer diet: cranberries

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You don’t know what a healthy poop is until you’ve added some cranberries to your anti-cancer diet.  

And what’s a hearty poop got to do with cancer? 

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Breaking Anti-Cancer News: Ditch the Peanuts and Spread the Word

peanuts are not an anti-cancer food

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The first study to examine the effects of certain compounds in peanuts on the spread of cancer is about to be published–and the results show serious consequences for your anti-cancer diet, especially if you have metastatic cancer.
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Anti-Cancer News: AICR says Soy and Fiber Important for Breast Cancer Survivors

anti-cancer tempeh wraps

Tempeh-Mushroom Wraps with Red Curry Sauce

Dear readers: Over the coming weeks, I will attempt to get reaction from various researchers on the soy findings. Stay tuned, talk with your doctor and do what feels right for you. Nobody needs anxiety

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Anti-Cancer Foods: Fennel Leaves

anti-cancer fennel leavesWhat anti-cancer benefits do fennel leaves and walnuts have in common?

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