Asparagus is one of the great cancer fighting foods rich in cell protective super antioxidants. Enjoy this simple easy to prepare recipe.
Recipe: White Bean Dip | 10 Minutes to Healthy Yum
This tasty easy to make bean dip flavored with herbs and spices is a quick and easy vegetarian gluten free super healthy snack filled with protein and fiber from the beans and healthy fats and antioxidants from olive oil along with super antioxidants and cancer fighting heart healthy plant chemicals from parsley and cumin and garlic.
Recipe: Tuscan White Bean and Vegetable Soup
Here is a hearty healthy soup filled with cancer fighting cell protective plant chemicals including lycopene from tomatoes, apigenin from celery, potassium from swiss chard and rich vegetable broth, carotenoids from carrots, phytophenol carnosol from…
Recipe: Blueberry Lemon Thyme Sorbet
Blueberries provide super antioxidant cell protection due the presence of pterostilbene and anthocyanadins. The addition of thyme containing the terpenoids rosmarinic acid and ursolic acid the support normal anti-inflammatory function. Blueberries not only have cancer-fighting but also memory supportive properties.
Recipe: Mango Avocado Arugula Salad
This is a tasty colorful salad made from ingredients containing a variety of plant antioxidants. There is a traditional saying in India “A Mango A Day Can Keep Cancer Away”. In modern times we know that mangos contain not only super antioxidant carotenoids, but also lupeol, a phytochemical that induces a process called apoptosis a process which turns on a self destruct switch in all cells, including cancer cells.
Recipe: Grated Carrot Apple Salad with Cranberries
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.
Recipe: Asian Napa Cabbage Coleslaw with Miso Dressing
This is a salad that can be served all year long. Cabbage family vegetables, including Asian Napa cabbage, are rich in anti-cancer phytochemicals called sulphoraphanes. The fresh miso provides a source of friendly healthy bacteria which are important to normal intestinal function and normal hormone metabolism. All vegetable dishes are rich in antioxidants and fiber. Including fermented foods in the diet (such as miso, fermented soybean paste) also contributes to lower rates of obesity and less body fat.
Recipe: Savory Moroccan Carrot Salad
Vegan Vegetarian Gluten Free Dairy Free This is a wonderful fall or winter salad that can be served warm or room temperature. It is filled with cancer fighting plant carotenoids and…
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