5 Day Meal Plan

The recipes in this meal plan are meant to give you ideas of how to incorporate more Cancer Fighting Foods into your diet.

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BUT WAIT!

Please know that you DO NOT have to eat cancer fighting foods EXCLUSIVELY to fight cancer.

 

BUT, adding a variety of them to your diet WILL help your body fight off cancer cells and stay in remission.

If you're not a fan of the recipes below, we want you to try think of ways you can sneak some Cancer Fighting Foods into your favorite meals!

 

Each dish below is linked to a recipe on another website.  

 

We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

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Day 1

BREAKFAST:

~ Warm water with a lemon slice

~ Avocado Toast with Omega-3 Eggs

~ Greek Yogurt and Berries

~ Coffee or Green tea

LUNCH:

~ Hearty Lentil Soup  

                  OR

~ Seriously Good Vegetable Soup

~ Infused water

DINNER:

~ Garlic Dijon Baked Salmon

~ Easy One Pan Ratatouille  

                   OR

~ Easy Roasted Vegetables

~ Healthy Hot Chocolate

SNACKS:

~ Guacamole with Paleo Crackers

~ Energy Balls

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Day 2

BREAKFAST:

Warm water with a lemon slice

~ Onion Red Pepper Frittata

~ Turmeric Latte

LUNCH:

~ Butternut Squash Quinoa Casserole

              OR

~ Mediterranean Tuna Salad

~ Infused water

DINNER:

~ Walnut Crusted Chicken Salad

              OR

~ Southwestern Turkey Rice Casserole

SNACKS:

~ Broccoli Tots

~ Frozen Greek Yogurt 

~ Dry Roasted Almonds

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Day 3

Breakfast:

Warm water with a lemon slice

~ Paleo Walnut Pancakes

~ Fruit Salad

~ Coffee or Green Tea

Lunch:

~ Avocado Bean Quesadilla in a Whole-wheat Flax Tortilla

~ Kombucha

Dinner:

~ Mediterranean Baked White Fish

          OR

~ Grilled Flounder served with Sweet Potato Fries

~ Decaf coffee

Snacks:

~ Hummus with raw veggies (broccoli, carrots, peppers, etc.)

~ Air Popped Popcorn

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Day 4

BREAKFAST:

Warm water with a lemon slice

~ Overnight Oats

~ Fruit Salad

~ Coffee or Tea

LUNCH:

~ Spicy Tuna Quinoa Salad

~ Healthy Hot Chocolate

DINNER:

~ Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl

               OR

~ Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

~ Infused water

SNACKS:

~ Dark Chocolate Covered Strawberries

~ Blueberry Superfood Smoothie

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Day 5

Breakfast:

Warm water with a lemon slice

~ Turmeric Scrambled Eggs on ~ Homemade Flaxseed Bread

           OR

Store-bought Whole Grain Bread

Lunch:

~ Avocado Egg Salad on a

~ Whole- Wheat Flaxseed Tortilla

or a store-bought Whole Wheat Tortilla

~ Infused water

Dinner:

~ Cauliflower Chicken Fried Rice

           OR

~ Turkey Zucchini Meatloaf

with Veggie Sesame Noodles

Snacks:

~ Yogurt Walnut Berry Parfait

~ Air Popped Popcorn

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MEAL PLANNING 101

Preparing meals when you do have the time and energy to cook, can be a savior for the days when you're too busy or tired.

 

2 Ways to Approach Meal Prepping

1.  Plan out your meals and recipes for the week, then make a grocery list of the ingredients you need to buy to prepare them.

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2.  Build a list of the foods that you have on hand, or that you like to eat, then think of meals to make with those ingredients.  How can you sneak some cancer fighting foods into those meals?

When you have healthy prepared meals on hand or in the freezer, you’ll be much less likely to choose unhealthy options, like microwavable dinners or takeout.

5 Tips for Meal Prep Beginners

1. Keep it simple.

Start off with meals you're most familiar with and don't require much preparation time.

2. Schedule it. Block off time and make it a priority.  Planning it all out beforehand helps to know how much you'll need to buy and long it will take you to prepare.

3. Try adding in 1-2 ingredients from the Cancer Fighter's Food List to a each of your favorite recipes. Ease your way into making healthy changes by sneaking in healthy ingredients for added nutrients.

4. Have fun! Crank up the music and have fun when you're meal prepping.

5. Cook large amounts of food at a time.  For example, if you make a large amount of baked chicken breasts, you can then portion them with different sides, broccoli and sweet potato in one container, and quinoa and butternut squash in another. 

As a cancer survivor, it's so important to fuel your body with foods that will help you to fight cancer or stay in remission.         

We know how hard it is to change your diet!  

 

You’ve been eating a certain way your entire life and to suddenly have to make changes can seem daunting to anyone.

 

For this reason, we bring you....  The Cancer Fighter's Diet. 

 

This video series will help you to easily incorporate cancer fighting foods into your favorite meals so that you can still enjoy the foods you love, while becoming healthier and stronger. 

 

Click here to learn more!

   

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