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A cookbook of easy and wholesome recipes
Former restaurant owner Pam Braun has written a cookbook sharing the story of her battle with cancer, and the meals that helped her through it.
“In the summer of 2004, at the age of 52, I was not feeling well,” writes cookbook author Pam Braun. “The fact is that I was almost dead and didn’t know it.”
After a series of tests, she was diagnosed with a rare and quickly spreading cancer. The cancer was in its late stages, diminishing her chance of recovery. Braun, bearing in mind the severity of her diagnosis, began looking for ways to fight back.
“There was so little I could control over this disease, but my diet was one big thing I could,” writes Braun. “So I started my food research.”
Her book, The Ultimate Anti-Cancer Cookbook, is a result of exhaustive exploration into foods that have been shown in clinical trials and research to help reduce the likelihood of cancer forming in the body. As a former restaurant owner, she developed simple and easy preparatory methods that will help anyone with a cancer diagnosis decide what and what not to eat. While Braun notes that her cancer was cured by the traditional methods of surgery and chemotherapy, she believes firmly that her diet helped her stay cancer-free.
In addition to the cookbook’s mission to present healthy and easy-to-prepare recipes that make ample use of healthy ingredients, the book is a practical and useful guide for anyone looking to make healthy and responsible meal choices that will help you live a happier and healthier life.
The cookbook features healthy and flavorful adaptions of traditional comfort foods such as this Stuffed French Toast Recipe, Grilled Fruit Kabobs with Chocolate Recipe, and Oatmeal Pancakes with Fresh Fruit Compote Recipe. There are delicious and easy dinner recipes featured in the book as well, such as this Grilled Marinated Artichokes Recipe, Tomato Herb Bisque Recipe, and a Garlic Salad Pizza Recipe.
The Anti-Cancer Cookbook: Recipes to help reduce your cancer risk
UCC dieticians Dr Aoife Ryan and Dr Éadaoin Ní Bhuachalla authors of the Anti-Caner Cookbook.
DR Aoife Ryan, co-author of The Anti-Cancer Cook Book , says, “One of the greatest misconceptions about cancer is that it’s genetic and there’s nothing you can do about it.”
The book contains healthy recipes by the former Olympian, Derval O’Rourke, GAA legend, Dr Con Murphy, dietitians, nutritionists, and cancer experts, as well as endorsements from chef Neven Maguire and oncologist Professor John Crown. The book’s recipes are suitable for all the family and as well as reducing the risk of cancer can also reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Dr Ryan, a senior lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at University College Cork, says people put “way too much emphasis on genetics. But very few people are aware that obesity can lead to 12 different cancers, including some of the most common ones, like colorectal cancer and breast cancer.”
According to the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), 40% of cancers are preventable with a healthy body weight, a healthy diet, and physical activity.
As Maguire says in the book: “Since losing my mum to cancer and becoming a dad to my beautiful twins, I have a new appreciation of health and nutrition. It is so important to recognise that eating well really helps our overall wellbeing, our mental health, and can help prevent cancer.”
Cancer is the primary cause of death in Ireland and the second cause globally. The Anti-Cancer Cook Book “is about trying to get people to maintain a healthy weight”, says Dr Ryan.
Reduced food-portion size is recommended. Every now and then, a particular food, like blueberries, is cited in the media as a super-food. But Dr Ryan says there is no such thing as a super-food. Instead, she emphasises eating fruit and vegetables (at least five portions a day) and decreasing high-calorie intake, as contained in sugar-sweetened drinks.
“It’s all about upping the fibre content to increase satiety. Bulk up meals with fresh, plant-based foods. Fruit and vegetables are fantastic sources of fibre,” Dr Ryan says.
“Half of your plate should be salad or vegetables. Wholegrain also has high fibre. In the book, the pasta and rice that we use are brown wholegrain. Potatoes with their skin on are also recommended,” she says.
What if you don’t like ‘greens’? “There are some recipes in the book that are not heavy on vegetables,” Dr Ryan says. “For example, there’s a chicken risotto with a small bit of courgette and mushrooms chopped up. You can vary the vegetables according to what you like and dislike. You don’t have to be buying kale or fancy vegetables.”
Supplements not a diet substitute
Are supplements an option instead of certain foods? The WCRF recommends that dietary supplements not be taken for cancer prevention. Instead, it recommends that nutritional needs be met through diet alone. However, supplements can be useful when somebody is ill or has a poor diet.
Dr Ryan and her co-author, Dr Éadaoin Ní Bhuachalla, are “trying to get back to the basis of what healthy eating is”.
The bookshops are full of blood-type diets, metabolic diets, keto diets, and super-food diets. “It’s all nonsense,” says Dr Ryan. “There’s normal food in our book, such as spaghetti bolognese, lasagne, risotto, and chicken goujons and wedges (home-made). Instead of preparing the recipes like a traditionally-trained chef would, using lots of butter, cream, and sauces, we reduced the fat right down. There’s nothing magical about it.
“We just upped the fibre content and used cheese in limited amounts. We use healthy oils, like rapeseed oil or olive oil.”
Is a vegetarian diet the most desirable?
Dr Ní Bhuachalla, a senior dietitian at the HSE, working in primary care, says that some studies show that a vegetarian diet “has a reduced risk of cancer. But there’s no link between fish and poultry and cancer. Those foods are healthy sources of protein, vitamins, and minerals and healthy fat. They have a role to play in a healthy diet.”
Processed meats to be avoided
Is there any food type that Dr Ní Bhuachalla would avoid? “You’d be looking at processed meat, like sausages, rashers, salami, ham. The processing these foods go through alter their composition and we know they can have an increased cancer risk.”
What about red meat? “Red meat, like beef or lamb, that is unprocessed, in moderate amounts, can be part of a healthy diet. They should be eaten no more than three times a week, no more than 500 grams.”
Alcohol can increase the risk of breast, mouth, throat, neck, and oesophagus cancer. “We’re not telling people not to drink alcohol,” says Dr Ryan. “The evidence suggests that less is better.”
Asked if she would cut fatty chips, Dr Ryan says: “There’s nothing wrong with eating a takeaway every so often. There’s nothing wrong with having a bag of chips occasionally. It’s not going to give you cancer. No one food is going to give you cancer. But what can increase your risk is weight gain. If you start gaining weight as you get older, particularly if you deposit weight on your belly, that is very dangerous for diabetes, for your heart, and for cancer.
“It’s not about eating any one particular food. It’s about trying not to gain weight and staying active. That’s your best shot in reducing your risk of cancer, along with not smoking.”
Derval O'Rourke's tomato and cannellini bean soup
Tomato and Cannellini Bean Soup
- 1 onion, finely chopped
- 600g/3 cups fresh whole tomatoes, quartered
- 1⁄2 red chilli, finely chopped
- 1 x 400g/14oz tin chopped tomatoes
- 500ml/2 cups vegetable stock
- Handful basil leaves
- 400g/14oz tin cannellini beans, drained and rinsed
1. Heat the olive oil in a large pan over a medium heat. Add the onion and cook for about 5 minutes, until softened.
2. Stir in the fresh tomatoes and chilli. Cover and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
3. Add the tinned tomatoes and stock to the pan and stir well. Bring to the boil, then cover and simmer for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
4. Take the pan off the heat and puree the soup with a hand blender until smooth.
5. Add the beans and basil and heat through.
Nutritional Information - amount per serving:
- 1 tbsp. olive or rapeseed oil
- 2 onions, peeled and chopped
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
- 1 large red pepper, diced
- 1 large green pepper, diced
- 200g/21⁄2 cups mushrooms, washed and sliced
- 2 small carrots, diced
- 2 sticks celery, diced
- 1 tsp. chilli powder (reduce or increase to taste) or use finely chopped fresh chilli
- 1 tsp. cumin
- 1 tsp. ground coriander
- 2 x 400g/14oz tins chopped tomatoes
- 1 tin kidney beans, drained
- 1 tin baked beans in tomato sauce
- 100g/2/3 cup frozen sweetcorn
- 1 tin chickpeas, drained
- 4 tbsp. tomato puree
- Chopped coriander to serve
- Serve with a portion of brown rice (70g/1/3 cup per person) or a baked potato.
1. Heat the oil in a large pan or wok. Add all the prepared vegetables and spices and sauté for 10 minutes until the vegetables are soft.
2. Add the remaining ingredients, stir to mix well. Cover and leave to simmer for 20 minutes.
3. Sprinkle with chopped coriander and serve with brown rice.
4. Note: This dish freezes well. You can vary the beans used depending on what you have in your cupboard, e.g. cannellini beans/butter beans.
Nutritional information - amount per serving
Salmon and Pasta Salad
- 160g/11⁄2 cups (raw) wholegrain pasta
- 225g/8oz tinned salmon, drained
- 1 tbsp. capers, drained
- 1 pepper, sliced
- 1 stick celery, sliced
- 250g/11⁄4 cups cherry tomatoes, halved
- 100g/31⁄2oz rocket leaves
- 100g/31⁄2oz mixed lettuce
- Handful of basil leaves
- 3 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
- 5 tbsp. balsamic vinegar
1. Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the packet, drain and rinse with cold water.
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The clever new cookbook that reduces your cancer risk
Georgina Campbell, Derval O’Rourke and Neven Maguire are just some of the culinary contributors to a new healthy eating cookbook, The Anti-Cancer Cookbook: Recipes to reduce your cancer risk, written by two of Ireland’s leading dietitians and cancer experts from University College Cork (UCC).
The Anti-Cancer Cookbook: Recipes to reduce your cancer risk was written and compiled by leading registered Irish dietitians. Dr Aoife Ryan is a Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at UCC, while Dr Éadaoin Ní Bhuachalla is a UCC PhD graduate and HSE Senior Primary Care Dietitian. Together, they aim to counteract the “rising tide of misinformation on cancer and nutrition” that now circulates widely. They partnered with Breakthrough Cancer Research to create the book as a ‘go to’ evidence-based resource for people who want to cook and consume healthier food to lower their risk of cancer.
In accomplishing this, they have created this evidence-based cookbook that can help you to reduce your risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease while also cutting through the misinformation on cancer and nutrition. The recipes are suitable for all of the family, and are also suitable for cancer survivors.
Cancer remains the number one cause of death in Ireland and is the second leading cause of death globally. The number of new cases of cancer is expected to rise from 18 million globally in 2018, to 30 million by 2040. Dr. Ryan says evidence-based health advice for cancer prevention is therefore invaluable, as around four in 10 cancers could be prevented.
Leading Irish chef and author Neven Maguire has supported the book’s publication, saying, “Since losing my mum to cancer and becoming a dad to my beautiful twins, I have a new appreciation of health and nutrition. It is so important to recognise that eating well really helps our overall wellbeing [and] our mental health and can help prevent cancer.”
The Anti-Cancer Cookbook has been endorsed by the Irish Society of Medical Oncology, the Irish Nutrition & Dietetic Institute and the National Cancer Control Programme in Ireland and is supported by the World Cancer Research Fund which has established that approximately 40% of cancers are preventable through maintaining a healthy body weight, eating a healthy diet, and being physically active.
Professor John Crown, Consultant Medical Oncologist at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, said, “The authors of this book outline the impact of diet, and provide sensible, data-based advice on how to reduce our cancer risk without taking all the pleasure out of eating, by following simple, realistic and very achievable recommendations. The scientific validity of their recommendations is rivalled only by the healthy, tasty recipes which they include.”
Cancer Fighting Smoothies Recipes
Healing Chocolate Smoothie
- Cocoa – has amazing health benefits, it is a very rich source of antioxidants which can reduce the incidence of several serious illnesses, such as heart disease, cancer and type-2 diabetes.
- Berries – have strong anti inflammatory properties.
- Brazil nuts – contain the antioxidant selenium.
2 tsp raw cocoa powder
2 Brazil nuts
1 cup red grapes
2 cups (or large handfuls) of fresh baby spinach
1 cup frozen berries (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries)
Blend all the ingredients for about 2 minutes and add water according to your desired consistency
Berry Ginger Health Bliss
- Dark leafy greens – they are packed with cancer fighting antioxidants.
- Ginger – contains powerful anti-inflammatory substances called gingerols.
- Chia seeds – high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are responsible for metabolic processes that help fight inflammation. Chia seed is a true superfood that is also featured in my e-book about superfoods which is part of the Natural Health Revolution Program. This program will help you to achieve your health, nutrition or weight loss goals.
1 cup berries of your choice (such as blueberries, raspberries, cranberries)
1 compressed cup of leafy greens of your choice (such as kale, spinach)
2 inch (5 cm) piece of ginger
1 tablespoon unrefined coconut oil
1 teaspoon, or more, of fresh chia seeds
A little bit of honey, maple syrup, or stevia to sweeten
Blend all the ingredients for about 2 minutes and add water according to your desired consistency
Golden Turmeric Health Miracle
- Turmeric – anti-aging, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory super spice.
- The coconut oil and the quercetin found in green tea and berries greatly enhance the absorption of turmeric in our bodies (you can find more information in this post)
1 cup green tea
1 cup berries of your choice (such as blueberries, raspberries, cranberries)
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1/2 teaspoon each of ground turmeric and ginger
1 teaspoon ground flaxseed or chia seeds
A little honey, maple syrup, or stevia to sweeten
Blend all the ingredients for about 2 minutes and add water according to your desired consistency
Vita-mineral Super Smoothie
- Spinach / kale – high in vitamin C
- Strawberries – contain antioxidants
- Banana – rich source of vitamins and minerals
- Coconut water – rich in natural vitamins, full of amino acids, organic acids, enzymes, antioxidants, and phytonutrients
1 cup spinach or kale
1/2 cup strawberries
water or coconut water
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Book,, Eat for Life is the first book to showcase Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Nutritarian Diet in full—the most practical, balanced, and focused way to eat, lose weight and live longer. Emphasizing high-nutrient, whole plant foods that supply abundant amounts of micronutrients, it can be broken down into a simple equation: H = N/C. Or, Health= Nutrient intake per Calorie consumed.
Most Americans are deficient in micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) and consume too many macronutrients (calories). Natural, colorful plant foods contain the largest assortment of micronutrients, including anti-cancer phytochemicals. When consumed in large quantities every day, these plant foods are proven to decrease cravings, reverse the symptoms of nearly every disease, and maintain an ideal weight. The Nutritarian Diet helps you shed more pounds, reach lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels, reverse diabetes better, and reduce hunger and cravings more than any other program available.
Combining Dr. Fuhrman’s wise food and lifestyle advice with his famously straightforward, practical recipes, Eat for Life is a daily guide to eating well, a healthy cookbook and meal plan, and a blunt kick-in-the-butt to help you take control of your health destiny. All people—sick or healthy, overweight or slim, young or old—can benefit from this plan. Eat for Life will help our bodies to thrive and experience a modern miracle: a long, disease-free life without heart disease, strokes, dementia, or even cancer.”
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• Anti-Cancer Science – The Facts – Dr. Fuhrman shares the latest scientific research about causes of cancer. Approx. 48 minutes.
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Beets Help Beat Cancer!
Some vegetables remind us of a rainbow because they come in so many beautiful colors. Think beets. A beet glows bright red but it comes in other beautiful variations like golden, yellow, white and oh yes, chioggia (bet you cannot say it). They are Italian heirloom beets.
While beets are a staple in salads year round, we are reminded that their beauty is only surpassed by their cancer-fighting properties.
Beets (or beetroots) have powerful phytonutrients called betalains. Betanin is one of those betalains that provides the bright red color and antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification properties.
Studies have shown that beets may be beneficial in health and disease.
The anti-cancer fighting properties of beets are shown to kill cancer cells in prostate and breast cell lines as well as pancreatic.
Further, beetroot has been responsible for apoptosis (cell death) and angiogenesis in lung tumors.
Author and chef Pam Braun loves all beets and shows how easy it is to add cancer-fighting herbs like basil and flavonoids and omega-3 fatty acids of walnuts to make an awesome salad!
This week your mission is to add beets to your diet.
2 large red beets
2 large golden beets
¼ cup chopped fresh basil
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
¼ cup walnuts, chopped
3 cups arugula
Salt and pepper