A crunchy colorful alternative to cole slaw and a great way to eat more salad. This colorful easy to prepare fiber rich mix is filled with cell protective cancer fighting antioxidants and bioflavonoids including quercitin, carotenoids, epicatechins, potassium and Vitamin C.
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Asparagus is one of nature’s Super Foods. It is one of the few foods rich in glutathione which is nature’s super antioxidant providing a source of powerful protection for our cells and our DNA against oxidative damage by free radical electrons. Asparagus also supports normal anti-inflammatory function, crucial to cancer prevention.
Rebecca Katz and Matt Edelson have crafted a masterpiece: The Longevity Kitchen: Satisfying, Big-Flavor Recipes Featuring the Top 16 Age-Busting Power Foods. This is more than a cookbook, this is a guide for a journey, a grand adventure of taste and transformation that not only stirs the senses but teaches you how to eat in a way that reduces your risk of cancer, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Depression, Social Isolation and Loneliness are linked to increased risks and poor recovery from both cancer and heart disease. Learn how Vitamin D can help.
Heart Disease and Cancer Share MANY of the SAME Risk Factors. Here are 12 Factors that increase your chances of Developing both Heart Disease AND Cancer and what you can do to create Heart Health and Fight Cancer all at the same time!
This is a colorful and memorable Mediterranean salad filled with anti-cancer phytochemicals including sulphoraphanes from cauliflower, apigenin from parsely, punicalgins from pomegranate seeds, as well as cell protective flavonoids and menthol found in mint leaves. Additionally…
Cranberries are one of the great Superfoods rich in plant antoxidants and cancer fighting phytochemicals called proanthocyanadins (PACs). Here are Seven Reasons To Eat Cranberries This Season and All Year Long 1. Super Antioxidant Cell Protective…
Here is a wonderfully simple recipe filled with deep orange anti-cancer, super antioxidant carotenoids Cinnamon, a spice found in most kitchens, has been shown to enhance regulation of blood sugar and promote anti-tumor and anti-inflammatory activity…
Inflammation promotes cancer. Nature has provided us with potent plant chemicals that can turn off pro-inflammatory Nuclear Factor Kappa b. That means your food can turn off cancer promoting genes. What you eat and drink has a direct impact on modulating inflammation at the genetic level. It is like turning off your water main. There is not going to be any water coming out of any faucet because the source has been cut off. By turning off NFkB, we turn off one of the main genes, one of the most powerful sources of a cascade of inflammation promotes cancer and cancer related symptoms that impact quality of life. Put a stop to that right now. Add these five foods to your diet now.
The Whole Food Guide for Breast Cancer Survivors by Helayne Waldman and Ed Bauman- Here is a must have book for all women who have been through breast cancer and want to thrive, not just survive. This is one of those books that I wish I had written. It’s that good!