Download this worksheet to review some factors you may want to consider before starting a fast, or for deciding whether to continue a current fasting regimen.
Eat a plant-based diet, with a focus on a variety of fruits, vegetables, and plant-based proteins. Plant-based diets are usually higher in antioxidants, which are beneficial for cancer protection.
There are a number of ways to achieve a healthier ratio of omega-6’s to omega-3’s in your diet.
In an Anticancer diet, foods and beverages high in simple sugars should be limited or even eliminated.
Our Diet module covers fourteen “Food Rules” to help guide your food choices. These rules were compiled from two books: Michael Pollan, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual Pollan, M. (2013).
In general, the best label terms to look for would be Organic and Pastured, or 100% grass fed. Grass-fed and pastured meats contain more Omega-3 fatty acids and less of the inflammatory Omega 6’s.
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