Shrimp and Asparagus Superfood Risotto

For a fast and easy weeknight supper, we combine asparagus and shrimp with a quick risotto, an easy-to-eat option for anyone suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy or radiation treatment, including mouth tenderness or sores, or difficulty chewing or swallowing.

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Chilled Summer Superfood Beet Borscht

When the summer months arrive, a hot bowl of soup is typically the last thing on most of our minds. Our summertime version of a classic Eastern European beet borscht soup is served chilled, and packs the same nutritive punch of the original.

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Chilled Tomato Soup With Cucumber and Avocado

Our chilled tomato soup with cucumber and avocado is similar to a Mexican gazpacho, but with milder flavors (and not an ounce of spiciness). It’s an efficient way to pack fresh seasonal tomatoes into your diet, which are high in lycopene and may help prevent against certain types of cancer.

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Lemon Risotto With Peas

We love this comforting risotto, because it addresses several of the side effects cancer patients face in one easy-to-make, calorie-dense dish. Risotto is soft, mild, easy-to-eat, and may even help ease nausea symptoms or other forms of distress.

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Superfood Spinach and Broccoli Soup with Fried Garlic

If you or someone you love are battling these side effects, a few easy-to-prepare, nutrient-rich soup recipes can work wonders on busy weeknights, or when more complex, heavier meals may seem unappealing. This delicious "anytime" soup packs the one-two punch of two powerhouse superfoods: spinach and broccoli.

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Roasted Spring Leg of Lamb
5.22.2019 Dory Benford

This roasted leg of lamb recipe is the perfect spring recipe, especially if you need to serve a crowd. To add a cancer preventive twist to this main dish, add white button mushrooms. These superfoods have been scientifically shown to contain anti-breast and prostate cancer properties.

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