Cancer Fighters: Notice Most of Them are GREEN
In the spirit of helping you release your inner diva, I’ll not just share tips on skin and hair. From time to time, I’ll also share any intriguing and helpful information I come across to help you protect your health or get you more fit. That’s why I’m sharing what I’m about to share so please keep reading.
I’m rarely home during the week but last week I needed to get my daughter registered for college so I was able to come home and catch my favorite TV doctor, Doctor Oz.
Doctor Oz had another doctor on the show who shared 4 super foods that help cut your cancer risk by up to 25%. Most of these foods only require that you eat 1 cup per day.
After all, you can’t be all divalicious and stuff with gorgeous hair and skin if you aren’t also caring for your inner parts. That’s why I’m sharing these cancer fighting foods with you. Just in case you missed that Doctor Oz episode
Here are the 4 Cancer Fighting Foods
1 Cup of Lima Beans
1 Cup of Parsley
I don’t know about you but some of these are not very palatable to me. For example, I’m not a fan of limes or apricots. However, there are ways to get these cancer fighters into you without torturing your taste buds.
Learning to Love Lima Beans
For some, lima beans are an acquired taste. If you aren’t a fan of them, try mixing them into rice or making them an ingredient in a homemade vegetable soup.
Making Limes More Tolerable
Limes can be squeezed into water and then sweetened with organic blue agave. You’d squeeze 1/2 a cup of the lime juice into two cups of water. That way it’s not too tart. Add some fresh fruit pieces to it like watermelon chunks or orange slices and it’s much more tasty.
An Alternative to Fresh Apricots
Apricots can be consumed dried but they must be - organic all natural and sun dried. These can be found at health food stores.
Mixing It Up With Parsley
Parsley can be broken up and sprinkled into salads or even in pasta sauce. That’s how I get my dose of zucchini every now and then and it’s very delicious. Lima beans can also be added to salads.
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