To start…think organic, think healthy. No more artificial colorings and flavorings that most pre-packaged foods contain; look at the labels. Use organic whole grain breads and omega-3 eggs. Eat lots of dark leafy green veggies as well as a rainbow of colorful vegetables. Use natural juices and add a little water. And drink more water while reducing the amount of juice you drink. Don’t drink any sodas, they contain no food value, lots of sugar and coloring. It’s important to know that sugar feeds many tumors. Don’t use GMO foods; studies have shown they are harmful to our bodies, causing tumors in lab mice. Start buying fresh veggies and make more meals at home. It’s fun to have a family cooking day and make main dishes that you cut up and freeze for the week ahead. I make lasagne, enchiladas, soups and meatballs that I keep in the freezer for those busy days when I don’t have the energy to cook?
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