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Eat the Rainbow! Fruits Vegetables Nutrition

If you do just one thing to protect your health, do this. Last week I talked about watching my mom and dad battle cancer while still in their 50s. What I did not share is…

Reduce Your Cancer Risk in 3 days or Less

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A true story of drastic change that you can replicate. Hearing a cancer diagnosis for yourself or a loved one can be overwhelming. Hearing a cancer diagnosis for a second time can be devastating. My…

Recipe: Roasted Curried Cauliflower

Roasted Curried Cauliflower Recipe

A savory way to eat your vegetables! Consuming a diet rich in vegetables in critical to your health and your ability to prevent and fight cancer. But vegetables never have to be boring! Try these addictive…

5 Ways to OutSmart Colon Cancer

prevent colon cancer

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Cancer of the lower intestines (colon) and rectum is very common in both men and women. If you think about it, everything you eat gets processed through and washes…

Broccoli Sprouts May Suppress Breast Cancer

Broccoli sprouts are always in season. Studies Suggest Links to Breast Cancer Protection and Prevention by Helayne Waldman, Ed.D., M.S. Is it nature or nurture that determines our susceptibility to cancer? One of the most…

20 Reasons to Eat Avocados

20 Reasons to Eat Avocados Avocados Enhance Heart Health . Avocados contain oleic acid, a monounsaturated fat that may help to lower cholesterol. In one study of people with moderately high cholesterol levels, individuals who…

Recipe: Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Create a masterpiece collage by combining the best of summer vegetables and an array of colors. When we eat a rainbow we are benefitting from the super antioxidant and cell protective power of phytochemicals. Every color in our plant foods has a different gift, a different function in our cells.

Recipe: Crunchy Fennel Chips

Fennel Bulbs are full of  flavor and rich in fiber.  Fennel provides  cell protective flavonols and antioxidants and are a great source of potassium as well as small amounts of  iron, selenium, calcium and magnesium,…