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Colour love!

Swiss chard with chick peas and onions

Don’t discriminate amongst colours . . . eat a rainbow of them

Why do health practitioners tell us to “eat all the colours”? Because each colour serves a different purpose to keep our bodies in optimal health.

Purples -blueberries, eggplant, grapes, etc.
– great for boosting brain health, and fighting free radicals that cause inflammation.
Greens/whites – cauliflower, kale, summer squash, etc.
– cancer fighting and detoxifying
Oranges – carrots, pumpkin, mango, etc. – strengthen immune system, boost eye and bone health
Reds – tomatoes, watermelon, red peppers – protect against prostate and breast cancer.
*** your preparation of the colours will determine the amount of nutrients your body absorbs. i.e high heat kills most of the nutritional value.

In celebration of our love for all colours, here is this week’s menu –

– roasted eggplant rounds
– cauliflower mash with smoked paprika “cream” sauce
– garlic/lemon green beans
– swiss chard with walnuts
– Cancer-fighting salad
** please place your order no later than 7pm on tuesday evening.

– roasted butternut squash soup
– fresh herbs with quinoa, kale and red peppers
– roasted mushrooms with carrots and edamame
– Cancer-fighting salad
** please place your order no later than 7pm on thursday evening.

These meals are cancer-fighting, MS-fighting, diabetic-friendly, anti-inflammatory, gluten-free, low carb.

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I was inspired by my loved ones to reach out to people who have Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes and other debilitating illnesses. I learned to prepare food for people who need to consume a certain diet, in order to stave off their symptoms and/or help fight their illness, but have neither the physical strength, capability nor time to cook for themselves.

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