Raw Sandwiches

Raw Sandwich Recipe For A Breast Cancer DietThis one is very simple to make, super-healthy and fun! I got the Idea for this recipe from FullyRaw Kristina (she is AMAZING!!! All of us can learn a lot from her). I changed it a bit (for example I added salt, as people who are used to salt will find it a bit dull without). For me personally it is delicious without salt.

Only one down side: everyone finish them before you have a chance to say ‘raw sandwich’! Yummmmm!

What you need:

For the avocado spread:
* 3-4 ripe avocados
* 1 green onion (green part only)
* Handful of fresh basil leaves
* 1-2 Spoon hemp seeds (a matter of personal taste)
* Salt to taste

For the sandwiches:
* 1 Large cucumber, sliced by mandolin to a very thin long slices
* 1 Red pepper, sliced (as thin as you can)
* Handful of fresh coriander
* Handful of fresh Chives (cut to about 1 inch width)

What to do:

First, make the avocado spread: blend all the ingredients in a blender until smooth. Please control yourself and don’t eat the whole thing before you put it into the sandwiches!!

Now, lay the cucumber slices on a plate and add the other sandwich ingredients together on one side only. Then, simply roll the other side of the cucumber to create a nice sandwich roll. Use a tooth pick to make everything stand nice and tall! You could also use cocktail’s little umbrella to make things look sexier.


Neeva KedemAbout Neeva Kedem: Couple of years ago my life took a nice turn when I became vegan. It happened after my 40th birthday; I kind of realized that my health and energy are not as they used to be, and that change is needed. After reading lots of researches and studies, I understood that eating healthier food that is based on plants and natural ingredients will be the best for me, and so I did. It didn’t happen overnight; first, I gave up red meat. Then chicken, which was very hard for me. And only about a year later – cheese and eggs. Today I can say that being vegan improved my health and energy levels, and that I love being vegan!

Wild Black Raspberry Sorbet For A Cancer Diet

Wild Rasperry Sorbet For A Breast Cancer DietBy: Lisa Robbins, A Holistic Nutritionist and Author of The Cancer Journal ~ Heal Yourself!.

Sorbet is simple to make, delicious, and super nutritious. If you are lucky enough to have black raspberries at hand, this sorbet is orgasmic. Pressing the berries and straining the seeds before makes the sorbet creamier, but left in, the seeds add valuable fiber to the sorbet.


  • 2 cups wild black raspberries
  • Raw honey or Stevia to taste
  • 4 tablespoons Hemp or Flax seed oil or 1/2 avocado


Prepare fresh fruit for freezing, spread over a cookie sheet and freeze until firm. Drop frozen fruit into a blender with oil and honey. Add just enough water to blend thoroughly. Freeze the sorbet in a container, or in popsicle molds.

The berries are a nutritive tonic, used for strengthening the blood, to reduce fevers and generally stop bleeding. Raspberry leaves have relaxing effects on the uterus so are used in pregnancy to prevent miscarriage and facilitate delivery by strengthening the uterus.

Collect the leaves and berries for refreshing raspberry tea in the winter. Dry the leaves by hanging, dry the berries in a dehydrator. Crumble the leaves and mix with the dried berries. Store in glass jar. Use 1 to 1/2 teaspoons for a cup of tea.

Raspberries can easily be planted near your home. Just collect a few berries, dry them in the sun, and bury them where you want them to grow. Raspberries love to spread, so if your garden can handle them, all the better – that just means more berries!

Photo Source: Naturallyella.com

Lisa Robbins

Lisa Robbins is a holistic nutritionist and teacher for exceptional people who want to know how to cleanse, heal and eat for optimal healing! Lisa is the author of The Cancer Journal Heal Yourself and Cancer Cure and Survivor Stories and Founder at IncredibleHealingJournals.com Get her popular free cleansing report with 9 simple and effective cleanses, Cleanse Your Body at TheGoodWitch.ca

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