Nutrition advice from registered dietitians who are working in oncology centres across Canada.

Research has shown that about 50% of cancers are preventable and influenced by lifestyle factors that can be modified, such as avoiding tobacco, being physically active, having healthy eating and drinking habits and maintaining a healthy weight.

Inspiration for the Foods that Fight Cancer Program comes from a partnership between Colorectal Cancer Canada and renowned biochemist and researcher, Richard Béliveau. His expertise and passion for cancer prevention form the foundation of this ambitious project: to empower people to adopt healthy eating habits today in order to reduce the incidence of cancer in the future.

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The World Cancer Research Fund has clear recommendations for a healthy diet that helps decrease your risks of developing cancer:

Eat a diet rich in a variety of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.

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Reduce your consumption of red meat and processed meat.

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Limit your consumption of alcohol and sugar-sweetened drinks.

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Eat fewer highly processed food products.

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Recipe Video: Avocado Peach Smoothie

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For a fast, wholesome breakfast, try this summery peach smoothie, developed in partnership with ELLICSR Kitchen. See the instruction video below for extra info, and read the full recipe here:

Recipe Video: Pumpkin Oat Bars

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This easy, yummy, healthy snack is perfect for an autumn afternoon, or any afternoon you want to feel like autumn. Developed in partnership with ELLICSR Kitchen; watch the instructional video below and read the full recipe:

Recipe Video: Shakshuka with Eggplant

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This deliciously hearty Middle-Eastern inspired dish was developed in partnership ELLICSR kitchen for your nutritional needs. Watch the instruction video below, and click here for the full recipe:


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