This is a simple recipe the whole family will love! Our chicken curry made with coconut milk is packed full of flavor and is the perfect healthy dinner option. For a Core Plan meal, serve this easy chicken curry alongside your favorite vegetables and steamed brown rice. Leave out the rice for an Advanced Plan option!
Core Plan approved
Advanced Plan approved
If your family likes buffalo chicken wings, they will love this healthy recipe. Make it for a party, while watching sports, or pack them in a lunchbox. This is a great appetizer that tastes like a chicken wing but without being fried in damaged oils and with the added bonus of the ultra-healthy cabbage.
Advanced & Core Plan approved
Processed meats — sausages, lunch meats, and other meats that have been preserved in some form should be avoided for a healthier life.
The British Journal of Cancer found a new link in eating processed meats and the formation of pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer is one of the types of cancers that boast the highest mortality rate amongst all cancers. The study confirms that eating processed meats daily increases the risk of developing pancreatic cancer up to 38 percent. The data was gathered from 11 clinical trials and over 6,000 pancreatic cancer patients and concluded that this deadly condition can be caused by what is in your refrigerator.
Pancreatic cancer is classified the fourth most common cause of cancer death in the United States.
Although it is not as common as many other cancers, it is responsible for 6 percent of cancer deaths each year. In 2010, it was estimated that over 40,000 people were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. It has been found that 95 percent of pancreatic cancer victims die within 5 years of diagnosis.
The use of preserving agents such as nitrites was found to be the link in the production of cancer. These agents have been known to be severe carcinogens for many years. Despite numerous scientific studies confirming the link, processed meats have suspiciously stayed on the market. The methods used for processing meats include preserving, canning, freezing, refrigeration, and dehydration. Many processed meats are made with unhealthy trans-fats, saturated fats, and large amounts of sodium and sugar.
Processed Meats Found to be High in Nitrates/Nitrites
Read the Fine Print – The Processed Meat Food Label:
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