Category: Cancer-Fightling

Watermelon Salad

Watermelon, Tomato, and Cucumber Salad

This nutritious salad is very refreshing on a hot day and great for a easy lunch or even a quick dinner.

In addition, watermelon and tomatoes have a high content of antioxidants particularly lycopene (red pigment in red fruits and vegetables) which has protective properties that can reduce risk prostate cancer and heart disease.

Ryan Angel, Red Seal Chef & Holistic NutritionistBy Ryan Angel, Red Seal Chef & Holistic Nutritionist

Grilled Fish Taco 2-Ways Orginal

Fiesta Fish Tacos 2-Ways

Looking to shake up meal time with a recipe that is sure to please? These fish tacos are your answer. Aside from being delicious, these tacos incorporate a myriad of ingredients known to promote good health. Oregano, turmeric and cilantro are all proven to have anti-inflammatory properties,1 while halibut is a good source of omega-3 which has been proven to be important for good heart health and may also ease inflammation.2

The speedy salsa in this recipe not only comes together in a New York minute, it is also a good source of lycopene thanks to fresh tomatoes. Lycopene has been studied recently for it’s potential to prevent against the development of prostate cancer.3 Any leftovers are delicious on your morning scrambled eggs or as garnish for baked fish or chicken at dinner.

Lawren MonetaBy Lawren Moneta

Summer Bowl

Summer Harvest Quinoa Bowl

This recipe features all of the amazing produce that is growing right now. Eating seasonally feels so nourishing and satisfying! The great thing about this Summer Harvest Bowl is that you can make it your own. Add the summer vegetables, herbs and toppings that you and your family like.

myWholeLifeBy myWholeLife Team

Brocolini (Elaine Adolfo CC BY)

Sautéed Garlicky Greens

Broccolini is part of the cruciferous vegetable family and is ideal in an anti-cancer diet due to a component called sulphoraphane. This compound is known to inhibit cancer cells and flush toxic substances from the body which may be linked to the development of cancer. Garlic and onions also contain sulphoraphanes as well as provide cardiovascular, digestive and immune system support.

InspireHealthBy InspireHealth Supportive Cancer Care