Cancer survivorship is on the rise, and more research is available to help survivors live longer, more fulfilling lives. A balanced diet coupled with frequent exercise is one of the best ways to help you maintain your health and quality of life before or after treatment. Below are our guidelines for reducing your risk of recurrence, while enjoying chef-created, dietitian-approved meals.
6 Recommendations for Reducing Cancer Risk
Small Changes With Big Payoff
A study of breast cancer survivors showed that eating five servings of fruits and vegetables, combined with moderate daily exercise led to a 50% decrease in mortality over time. Learn how you can easily integrate healthy behaviors for wholesome survivorship.
Top Healthy Survivorship Recipes
How to Eat the Rainbow
Packing your meals with a variety of colorful cancer-fighting fruits and veggies — peels and all — is the best way to add vitamins, minerals, fiber, and important phytonutrients for keeping your immune system strong.
A Seed Guide
They may be little, but their protein, fat, and fiber content pack a big punch.
This cancer-fighting family of vegetables is one of the healthiest around, which means your parents were right to keep telling you to eat your Brussels sprouts.
Myth-Busting the “Anti-Inflammatory Diet”
Certain products are marketed for their anti-inflammatory benefits, but there’s a deeper connection between food and our body’s inflammatory response than just this label.
Top Healthy Survivorship Recipe Collections
Getting enough water every day is necessary for making sure your cells, brain, and muscles function properly. Instead of reaching for sugary fruit juices and sodas, quench your thirst with flavorful, infused waters.
How to Make
Cranberry Bean & Tuna Salad
This protein-packed salad is our take on a classic Italian dish that showcases several pantry-friendly favorites. Plus, this is one of our founder’s signature dishes, so you know it’s going to be good.