Barb’s Everyday Food List
Some friends have asked about what I’m eating every day. Remember my diet is designed to fight breast cancer. A person who is eating to prevent cancer or other diseases would not have to be this aggressive!
For breakfast, I eat everything on this list each day:
1. Oatmeal made with water, sweetened with a drizzle of raw honey, topped with raisins & nuts
2. A small portion of plain Greek yogurt, sprinkled with wheat germ, and honey or Smucker's
3. A cup of green tea (I try to drink 3 cups, throughout the day)
4. A Cancer-Fighting Cocktail: Mix together 1 Tbs. olive oil, 1 Tbs. flax oil, 1 tsp. Concentrated
Acai, ½ tsp. turmeric, and a pinch of black pepper. Note: turmeric and pepper with olive oil
make a great anti-inflammatory!
For lunch, I normally have soup or salad (with lots of leafy greens and/or spinach), or one of our many Quick-Fix recipes.
My dinner is always heavy on veggies or salad, with a small amount of fish or hormone-free chicken added a few times a week. Check out the recipes in our Entree section for dinner.
I am not exaggerating when I say that I eat a snack every hour. This helps me stave off cravings for JUNK, and the snacks I eat are full of cancer-fighting super powers. Da da daaaaaa!
1. Hummus with veggies (such as baby carrots, bell pepper strips, broccoli, or cauliflower)
2. A small handful of raw almonds or walnuts
3. A tangerine or naval orange
4. A wedge of raw red cabbage (There's a way to chew it without letting it touch your tongue. It
takes some practice, but you'll get it. Just keep repeating to yourself, "I'm fighting cancer. I'm
5. A couple of raw brussels sprouts, cut in small wedges (not as bad as they sound).
6. Three spears of canned asparagus
7. A couple of mushrooms
1. A delicious fruit smoothie with lots of berries. See recipe here.
2. Trail mix with 72% Dark Chocolate, dried cherries, and raw almonds. See recipe here.
There. I’m full.
Please consult with your doctor before making changes to your diet.