I just heard about this new, colorful and wonderful site, Cook for Your Life. It provides a unique advanced search application that allows cancer patients to find recipes that fit how they feel at any given time during treatment.
Choices from categories such as “in radiation,” “in chemo,” “bland,” “quick and easy” or “spicy” allow easy navigation to recipe suggestions for every user. Ann’s experiences as a cancer patient led her to develop recipes that are nourishing, easy to prepare, tasty and able to support the different needs for patients undergoing treatment.
Are you looking for more recipes that contain super foods that can help your body heal and get you back on track after your treatment? Here are some ideas!
An increasing body of scholarly research indicates that curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, could be used to prevent a range of illnesses, from cancer to skin disorders. Faced with a number of promising laboratory studies and animal trials, scientists are rushing to test curcumin’s effectiveness in humans.
Sweet potato is a super healthy food that can make an easy-to-digest, creamy meal. According to a recent article in Reader’s Digest, they “found that among almost 2,000 men studied, those whose diets were richest in beta-carotene and vitamin C — two nutrients plentiful in sweet potatoes — were more likely to survive prostate cancer than those whose diets contained little of the two nutrients.”
Cruciferous beggies like broccoli have sulfur compounds that are being studied in connection with lower cancer risk. According to the American Institute for Cancer Research, some of the vital compounds in cruciferous vegetables have shown the ability to stop the growth of cancer cells for tumors in the breast, uterine lining, lung, colon and liver.