Natural Cancer Fighting Health Benefits

 

 I like to think the best of people. I love people!

Some people just represent sour patch kids. First, they are sour... but inside you come to find they are as sweet as can be!

I also like to think the best of every little cell in my body.

Although, unlike sour patch kids...some go from sweet to an angry sour.

&&& that abnormal sour cell has bad vibes its sending to its cell neighbors to multiply.

Yikes.

Namaste.

This is when the soldier immune system has to kick in.

&&& your job to keep that immune system strong so your body can work at its full potential!

Here are some super easy tips on how to fight off those cancer cells to help prevent those sour dudes.

 So lets throw on your boxing gloves & get ready to learn how to fight the good fight.

1. GYOKURO IMPERIAL GREEN TEA

This green tea is grown under the shade which in turn absorbs more chlorophyll. This is a natural cancer fighting agent! This leaf is re-steep able as well! 1 to 1.5 tsp at 175 degrees for 1 min.

TIP: Add citrus into your green tea to help your body absorb the benefits! (I love mixing in a citrus blend like this one to give it a yummy sweet flavor or squeezing in a little lemon!)

It is also important to keep in mind that it may be a bad idea to put milk into your tea because it can reduce the antioxidant value. (Non dairy milk is ok!)

Buy this fighter tea here!

 

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2. PLANT BASED FOODS

Shocker?! Not really. We know our veggies are necessary in all cases! But did you know that they contain phytonutrients which help fight cancer and free radicals in your body?! Time to go for those greens! (Anyone else regretting feeding your broccoli to the dog under the table?! )

Other plant based foods that contain phytonutrients are:

  • Whole grains
  • Nuts- (raw) Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts, and Almonds!
  • Beans
  • Tea

Other great plant based foods with anti-cancer properties:

  • Carrots
  • Grapefruit
  • Apples
  • Peach
  • Tomatoes
  • Open water fish such as Salmon, White Fish & Tuna
  • Herbs such as rosemary, garlic, astragalus, sarsaparilla, & burdock rt.

COOK EM. JUICE EM. PUREE EM. MAKE EM INTO SOUP.

TIP: (WHEN JUICING) The greener the juice, the better! Drink your veggies & eat your fruit whole! When you juice your fruit, you take out a good amount of the fiber! Fiber in tact helps slow down the absorption of sugar in your blood stream! (Adding ginger never hurts for some yummy flavor, anti-inflammatory benefits and also is another cancer fighter!!)

 

3. LIQUID GOLD (no, not real gold)

I'm talkin' liquid turmeric! We know about our friend turmeric from its anti- inflammatory, antioxidant benefits and how its a delicious addition to our curry dishes, but hold on, there is more! Turmeric contains curcuminoids which are the main phytochemicals giving it its insane health benefits! One being destroying cancer cells. YES!

Add one teaspoon in water or juice once per day!

TIP: When cooking with turmeric, combine it with an onion dish! This combo creates a reduction in precancerous cells. Add black pepper to increase its potency and a good fats such as coconut oil, olive oil or avocado to aid absorption!

To buy this liquid for, it is sold here. & organic turmeric spice is found at your local whole foods!

MY FAVORITE CANCER FIGHTING RECIPE!

Layer on that flavor!

Ingredients:

Veggies: I like using carrots, broccoli, snap peas, celery, zucchini squash, onions and water chestnuts.

Spices: turmeric and cayenne

Nut of choice: I like cashews or almonds on mine!

Base: brown rice, quinoa, cauliflower rice or spring greens

Cream: full fat coconut cream

Add in's: garlic

Directions:

1. Saute' garlic in olive oil

2. Layer as many veggies as you want and add a bit of water and let them steam in a pan making sure they don't become too soft! (The more crunch, the more nutrients)

3. Add in the coconut cream and spices

4. Scoop it all up onto brown rice, quinoa or a bed of spinach

5. Garnish with nuts and pepper!

 


Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, however do get my knowledge from nutritionists and holistic practitioners. This is my own discovery of information used to promote health and awareness. Talk to your local holistic practitioner if you are interested in, yet concerned about using any of the liquid herbs.