How to Make The Best Giant Cancer Fighting Salad

By on July 8, 2015
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Chris Wark was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer when he was 26 years old. That was back in 2003. He decided to undergo a surgery, but chose not to have chemotherapy. Instead, he drastically changed his diet and took any natural non-toxic therapy he could find. Today, Chris is cancer-free, and is living a fulfilling family life. Here I present the raw salad he swears by. He ate it thousands of times on his route to health, and named it The Giant Cancer Fighting Salad.

When Chris embarked on his healing journey, he became a raw vegan. It’s of paramount importance that the salad doesn’t contain cheese, meat, and store-bought salad dressing! Also, the veggies you use should be organic, so that they’re free of toxic pesticides and chemicals. Chris believes that you shouldn’t be mixing fruits and veggies, as they require different digestive juices. When eaten together, they can create excess acid and indigestion, which can interfere with the healing process. So no fruits are included in his super salad. In general, 6 to 10 servings per day of fruits and vegetables is ideal for cancer prevention and healing.

The Giant Cancer Fighting Salad should include:

  • Dark leafy greens, such as kale and spinach – Many nutritionists praise greens as the number one food you should eat regularly to improve and promote health. I have already written at the past on how to detox your body with 8 leafy greens.
  • Broccoli and broccoli sprouts (don’t exceed 4 cups of sprouts daily).
  • Leeks – which is also one of the top 14 foods that protect against cancer development.
  • Artichokes
  • Zucchini
  • Mushrooms (shiitake, cremini, mushrooms bella)
  • Onion (red, yellow, or green)
  • Purple cabbage, which is very rich in antioxidants.
  • Cauliflower
  • Avocado (there are 11 healthy reasons to eat avocado every day)
  • Yellow, green, or red peppers
  • Squash
  • Sprouted sunflower seeds
  • Sprouted almonds (nuts and seeds have amazing health benefits)
  • Sprouted mung beans
  • Sprouted garbanzo beans
  • Sprouted lentils

Top your delicious salad with some fermented foods, such as sauerkraut or kimchi – a spicy Korean dish, which includes fermented cabbage, onions, garlic and pepper. Fermented foods will balance your gut flora and help with the digestion. You can also find a list of 10 fermented foods which are extremely beneficial for your health.

Lastly, make your own dressing, using organic cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil and a dash of apple cider vinegar (using apple cider vinegar by itself can literally revolutionize your health). Then add these four anti-cancer herbs: organic oregano, organic garlic, organic turmeric (or curry powder in which turmeric is the main ingredient) and organic cayenne pepper.

Your salad is now ready! You can eat it any time of day, and make it as small or as large as you wish.

Some other foods that Chris recommends are those that containquercetin, which is a very powerful flavonoid. Together with curcumin, which is turmeric’s active ingredient, quercetin is the most potent flavonoid there is. It protects the DNA, has anti-inflammatory properties, is an anti-oxidant, and a natural histamine blocker. The best sources of quercetin are tomatoes, apples, red onions, black and green tea, red grapes, raspberries, cranberries, citrus fruits, and green leafy vegetables.



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