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Parmesan Roasted Garlic-Lemon Broccoli

        Serves 6 Ingredients 2 heads broccoli, separated into florets 2 tsp. extra-virgin olive oil 1 tsp. salt ½ tsp. ground black pepper 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tsp. shallot, minced ½ tsp. lemon juice, fresh-squeezed 2 Tbsp. freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese Directions Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. In a large bowl, toss broccoli florets with the extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, pepper, garlic and shallot. Spread the broccoli out in an even layer on a baking sheet. Bake in the preheated oven 15-20 minutes or until florets are tender enough to pierce the stems with a fork. Remove and transfer to a serving platter. Squeeze lemon juice liberally over the broccoli before serving for a refreshing, flavorful finish. Top with grated...

Five-Day Meal Plan – Cancer Recovery

Download our Free Meal Plan here. This meal plan, which is focuses on a woman – 150 pounds (calories can be adjusted to individual needs). To support this building diet direction (for a cancer recovery patient), the following macronutrient ratios are recommended: Proteins (20-30%), Fats (25-45%), and Carbohydrates (30-50%). Three key nutrients to increase are: protein, folate, and Vitamin B12. Other synergistic foods and nutrients to support this building diet are: essential fatty acids (salmon, flaxseed), high flavonoid foods (EVOO, berries), L-glutamine and zinc (walnuts, turkey, chicken). Check back this month for recipes included in the meal plan. Read the full condition & nutrient report here....

Condition & Nutrient Report: Cancer

The Cancer Process & Recovery The cancer process is broken down into four stages: Initiation (initial cell damage) Promotion (initiated cells grow) Invasion (tumors begin to grow) Metastasis (cancer spreads to other parts of the body) Because most cancers are slow moving, there is ample opportunity to strengthen and cleanse the body during these stages. Supporting immunity in diet and lifestyle, staying alkaline, resolving candida or other chronic infections, adequate sleep, lowering stress and eating a clean diet can be incredibly beneficial to recovery. When recommending a diet to a cancer recovery patient, it is important to take into account their entire treatment plan administered by their doctor. See below for specific recommendations: If patient is not using chemo/RT: If patient is strong: cleansing. If patient is weak: balancing or building. If patient is using chemo/RT: Building diet (never use cleansing/fasting) (Bauman, 2013)  For the purpose of this report, I designed a building diet for a recovering cancer patient, who is female, 150 pounds. To support this diet direction, the following macronutrient ratios are recommended: Proteins (20-30%), Fats (25-45%), and Carbohydrates (30-50%). Download full report...
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