Cancer Bites Diet Blog

If you are looking to cut through the internet static and hype then Jean LaMantia’s Cancer Bites Diet Blog is for you.

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Check out my most popular Cancer Bites Diet Blog posts:

  1. Special Diet for Triple Negative Breast Cancer
  2. Lymphedema Diet
  3. Anti-Inflammatory Diet
  4. Cancer Risk Reduction Guide

Check out my 3 favourite Recipes that I make all the time:

  1. Chocolate Chip Flax Cookies
  2. Broccoli Slaw with Cranberries and Pistachios
  3. Stuff Butterrnut Squash with Pears, Pecans and Cranberries

Immune Health Basics

Immune Health Basics

Learn all about the nutrients that help to keep your immune system strong including vitamins A, D, E, B6 and B12 and more. Also, learn what foods contain these important immune supportive nutrients.

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High Oleic Oil and Other Important Considerations When Choosing a Vegetable Oil

High Oleic Oil and Other Important Considerations When Choosing a Vegetable Oil

What is the Best Cooking Oil? This is a question that I am asked all the time. If you had asked me this question a few years ago my answer would have been different. But, now with more research on high oleic oils, I am excited to share with you my current recommendations for what type of cooking oil you should use.

As well as covering the evidence for high oleic oils, I also want to discuss with you other oil attributes, and my opinion on whether they matter or not. I will share some label reading examples too, so you know what to look for when shopping.

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Anti-Inflammatory Diet PDF

Anti-Inflammatory Diet PDF

The anti-inflammatory diet continues to show that it is a valuable tool in the fight against dangerous and disease-causing inflammation. Using the guidance in this blog post will help you to reduce your levels of chronic inflammation. Also included is a printable Anti-Inflammatory Diet PDF to keep a summary of this article.

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10 Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle

10 Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle

Why talk about 10 tips for a healthy lifestyle? Several times a year, we are inclined to push the reset button and begin anew. It might be a new year, your birthday, the anniversary of a significant date (like the date or your diagnosis or the day you finished your treatment), or the start of a new school year.  I love the feeling of reflecting on the past year – with a focus on my accomplishments and looking ahead to the next year with a renewed sense of purpose and taking some time to set goals for a healthy lifestyle for myself.

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