I don’t have cancer. I’ve never had it and I hope I never get it (or anyone else for that matter). So why am I reviewing Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen: The Girlfriend’s Cookbook and Guide to Using Real Food to Fight Cancer? Because you are what you eat. The authors, Annette Ramke and Kendall Scott, both battled cancer and survived to tell their story – eating a plant-based, whole foods diet may help to fight and prevent cancer.
The first part of the book covers their personal stories dealing with cancer and offers support, guidance and resources. Including tips and advice about healthy lifestyle changes and dealing with treatments all written in a conversational tone, it’s like getting advice from a close friend.
Mix up your morning with this delectable breakfast wrap recipe. In this food video, watch Dorothy (taichibozeman.com/rawfood) make a raw vegan breakfast wrap. You don’t need any eggs in this variation of the classic breakfast burrito. Whether you enjoy this one with a coconut wrap or with a Swiss chard leaf, this is definitely the healthy loaded breakfast to get you going in the mornings. Go to www.favediets.com to see the full ingredients and instructions list for this breakfast video.
New videos up! The subject: Back to School. Or back to perform. A couple of weeks ago Gena of ChoosingRaw and I got collectively and filmed a few tips and recipes. Not just for children, our info is geared towards anybody who is busy when fall rolls around (and who is not?) Moms and dads shuttling their children off to school, school college students or even adults heading off to work.
Our two videos which function: Gena’s grain salad, guidelines on packing a children vegan lunch, Gena’s kid-friendly banana wrap/sushi and I’ll even show you how to make a steaming hot, busy-morning breakfast bowl of tofu scramble in… 5 minutes. Never miss this jam-packed video post!!..
(side note: THANK YOU absolutely everyone for the VegNews cover effectively wishes. I’m absolutely glowing with pride this month.)