(Soothing voice of a hostage negotiator…) “It’s OK. Just set down that pot of boiling water and back away slowly.”
Seriously. Who thought it would be a good idea to boil Brussels sprouts? If you think you dislike Brussels sprouts but boiled Brussels sprouts are what you really mean, please give them another try. Let them live up to their delicious potential!
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Many American cooks are familiar with quinoa, tiny little seeds that can be cooked like grain. Quinoa is certainly good for you, offering more fiber per serving than either brown rice or corn, and also packing a nice little punch of protein. But did you know Continue reading
This soup is perfect “10” nutritionally. Simply put, there is nothing in this recipe that ISN’T good for you! The lentils themselves are chock full of fiber, protein, and iron. Carrots, greens, and salsa veggies offer a rainbow of vitamins and minerals. In earlier posts, we’ve discussed the powerful anti-angiogenic properties of onions, garlic, turmeric, ginger, black pepper, and cumin. There’s a whole lot to love in this soup… and it Continue reading
Kale has an undeserved reputation as a healthy vegetable to grudgingly eat even though (as the rumor goes) it tastes gross. That’s unfortunate, because this reigning king of nutritious, leafy greens can actually be delicious! Try these simple steps to create a bowl of lovely, mild tasting and deliciously seasoned kale. One serving of Continue reading
Eat Well, Be Well! Everything about this light and crunchy salad is aimed at wellness, from the cancer fighting phytochemicals in carrots to the anti-angiogenic compounds in the simple dressing ingredients. If Continue reading
Aloo Gobi is a traditional Indian cauliflower and potato dish with many variations. This recipe adds sweet potato (not traditionally included) and a bit of kale, which offer additional anti-angiogenic, cancer fighting properties to an already healthy dish. The spices in this dish aren’t just for flavor – ginger, cumin (contained in curry powder), and turmeric all contain Continue reading
Anti-angiogenic foods are getting plenty of attention these days, now that the mainstream medical community has embraced the cancer-fighting properties of these foods.
In a nutshell, anti-angiogenic foods contain compounds which help to cut off cancer from it’s blood supply, helping to “starve” cancer which already exists in the body and helping to prevent cancer from developing in the first place. This Continue reading