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Cancer Fighting Foods

Garden Vegetables: Onions, Garlic, Carrots, Cucumbers, Celery, Tomatoes

Leafy Greens: Kale, Red Cabbage, Broccoli The King of them all: WHEAT GRASS.... As a beginner, I got the powder and mixed it into tomato juice.

Note: You should never mix fruits and vegetables together in a meal. The big exception is that you CAN mix leafy greens with either. So, you can eat fruit OR vegetables with leafy greens. Try to add leafy greens to your early meals; the stomach is more ready to digest them then. (I try to eat a salad for breakfast every day.)

Since the wheat-grass counts as a leafy green, you can mix it into either a fruit drink OR a vegetable drink. In fruit juice, it takes a little longer to get used to the taste; but, I tell myself it's worth it. I like it best in tomato* juice. When I add onion and garlic powder, I hardly even taste the wheat grass at all.

When speaking of drinks or juices, I am not talking about the cheap juices found in the average grocery store juice isle. I am really talking about juices from a juicer; at the very least, buy juice from the health food section. It should have no added sugar and be in as natural state as possible; in a dark bottle (not clear).

*Yes, we're calling tomatoes a vegetable in this post.

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