The key to healthy eating is colorful foods. Eat the rainbow every day (rather than beige/white foods). Eat plenty of dark green leafy (collard greens, kale, spinach) and cruciferous veggies like broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, and bok choy. Think of dark green leafy veggies as a combination of all colors, and therefore one of the healthiest foods. Tufts University says the top antioxidant veggies are kale, spinach, brussels sprouts, alfalfa sprouts and broccoli. For more information read: Maximum Nutrition: Transitioning Toward a Plant-Based Diet With Michael Greger, M.D. Always use organic ingredients when possible.
Black Bean-Garlic Stir Fry
- Broccoli, zucchini, and red pepper chunks
- 1 c. water
- 1 Tbls. Asian black bean-garlic sauce
- 1 Tbls. tahini
- 1 Tbls. cornstarch
- Fresh ground pepper to taste (1/2 tsp.)
- Sauté in skillet in water or broth.
- Cover and let steam.
- Whisk sauce ingredients and add to tender-crisp veggies.
- Continue to cook until sauce thickens.
This delicious stir fry broccoli recipe can be a part of an anti-cancer lifestyle that includes a variety of exercise, organic foods and clean pure water and air. There are a few easy steps to keep the body safe and healthy. Cultivate awareness of what goes into your body; stop and take notice of habits. Ask yourself “Is this good or bad for me? “Will it make me feel better or worse?” We all want to feel alive and vital.
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