Anti-Cancer Additives for a Smoothie
- 04 February 2020
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It is widely believed in the medical field that cancer comes from carcinogens as well as inflammation. Throw is a possible genetic predisposition and you may be in trouble. The DNA part may be out of your control but eating well and avoiding carcinogens are.
There are a select group of foods that have anti-inflammatory effects when ingested by human beings. In this blog I want to go over some of these items and even include a smoothie recipe you can make yourself.
- Berries – Many berries posses a natural anti-inflammatory healing benefit. Berries known for these benefit are blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. Luckily all of these make for delicious smoothies.
- Broccoli – This vegetable staple is known to be very good for keeping internal inflammation at bay. You can east broccoli by itself or blend it into a veggie smoothie.
- Turmeric – This additive is a spice commonly found in Indian foods. Some people take this supplement in pill form but you can buy turmeric powder and add it to your food or drink.
- Ginger – A widely known root herb, it is used in everything from soda drinks to putting it on a sushi roll. It has anti-inflammatory properties and also may help with arthritis.
Here is a recipe from foodbabe.com that may be perfect for what you are looking for. If you want a smoothie with healing properties and tastes delicious look no further:
- 3 tablespoons hemp protein powder
- 2 inch piece of ginger (peeled if not organic)
- 2 cups of leafy greens (kale, collards, romaine, spinach, chard, etc.)
- 1 cup of celery
- 1 cup of mixed frozen berries of your choice (strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, etc)
- ½ cup filtered water