Recipes: Kale chips, coleslaw and more
Focused on Health - September 2013
These recipes are part of the Healthy Bites challenge to eat more fruits and vegetables. They were developed to help you eat healthy foods and lower your cancer risks!
Eat a colorful variety of fruits and vegetables every day. It’s one of the best ways to nourish your body with cancer-fighting vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Do a double take with this simple stuffed spud recipe. It offers two stuffing options – black beans and salsa, or broccoli and ranch. Whichever you pick, both spuds are sure to please your taste buds.
Kale is loaded with antioxidants to help reduce your cancer risks. Plus, it’s a healthy, crunchy swap for fried potato chips.
This light, low-fat recipe takes a sweet spin on the traditional coleslaw recipe by adding crushed pineapples and apples for a savory tropical taste.
Cool down with this refreshing strawberry-banana smoothie. It’s packed with cancer-fighting berry nutrients that may help protect the body from breast, skin, bladder, esophageal and lung cancers.
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