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a woman smiling for the cameraThe foods we eat and the foods we avoid are a vital part of the healing process when living with cancer, as well as preventing it. The same is true with many other illnesses we face. Find recipes below to help you understand which foods support the healing powers of your body. Our recipes are made with ingredients that are rich in antioxidants and that have anti-inflammatory properties.

Vegetables and fruits are a crucial part of a healthy diet. Quality and variety are more important than quantity. No single fruit or vegetable provides all of the nutrients that you need.

When shopping for ingredients, opt for buying organic, seasonal, local, and non-GMO produce and animal products, and choose high quality fats and oil. We also recommend using cooking techniques that reduce nutrient loss and avoid the creation of carcinogens. These nutrition tips provide a guideline to help you make informed decisions when planning meals and ordering out. Please note, these are generalized recommendations and individuals should consult their doctor regarding any specific guidelines based on their personal situation.

Click here to download a chart for key cancer preventive and treatment foods.

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Lentil Hummus

Tahini Dressing

Seaweed Vegetable Wrap with Tangy Dressing and Lentil Hummus

Spiced Green Gazpacho – cucumber, fennel, basil, celery, green apple, turmeric, ginger, olive oil, black pepper

Baked Shiitake and Goat Cheese Stuffed Zucchini with Herb Pesto