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9/10/11 10:30 P

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Jenny, the best thing to avoid is dairy. If you read the info, it said the soy fights against hormonal cancers. And dairy has actually been linked to breast cancer. I don't care for soy sauce either.

Tina, I'm not crazy about cabbage, bleh. And what in the world is groats? That's a new one on me. I'll have to look it up.

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We used to do a lot of soy especially when my kids were off all dairy due to allergies when they were young. But since my mom & grandma have both had breast cancer, we have cut down on soy. (Except for soy sauce, I LOVE chinese!)

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That is funny!

I'm with him on the last 3. The mushroom thing is interesting, but I'm not a mushroom eater.

How about you?

Tina

"Life's a dance, you learn as you go... " Go ahead and dance!

Reading about Paleo and Raw Food diets is inspiring changes in My diet! Just enough to want to add lots of veggies!


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I tried to post the list, but the stupid error message of "no profanity" please kept coming up! There wasn't any. I'm so frustrated.
I'm going to put it on a blog.
I found the "mistake"

It was shi-take mushroom. LOL
1. Cooked Asian Mushrooms (Serving size: Unlimited)
Mushrooms contain immune system boosting compounds, helping to prevent illness. At less than 100 calories per cup, they’re good for your diet too. But be careful, you’ll lose the benefits if they’re not cooked well. Here are some varieties to try: shi-take, maitake, oyster and enoki.

2. Whole Soy Foods (Serving size: 1-2 servings a day)
When you’re shopping, look for whole soy foods over isolated soy protein powders like fake meats with soy isolate. Try eating tofu, tempeh, soy milk, edamame and soy nuts. They’re good sources of protein and help guard against hormonally driven cancers, such as prostate cancer and breast cancer.

3. Cruciferous Vegetables (Serving size: Unlimited)
Cruciferous vegetables belong to the cabbage family. What’s great about these greens is that they protect against cancer. Look for cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, bok choy, kale and brussels sprouts.

4. Healthy Fats (5-7 serving a day; 1 serving is equal to 1 teaspoon of oil)
Not all fats are bad for you – some types actually protect your heart, like omega-3 fatty acids. If you’re looking to increase your intake of good fats and cut out the bad ones, make sure you add these to your grocery list: hemp seeds, flaxseeds, walnut oil, olive oil, hazelnut oil and omega-3 eggs.

5. Whole and Cracked Grains (3-5 servings a day; 1 serving is 1/2 cup cooked)
The good types of whole grain products are ones where you can actually see the grain or large chunks of grain. These foods won’t raise blood sugar the way products made with flour and sugar do. Stock up on basmati rice, wild rice, brown rice, buckwheat, barley, groats and quinoa.
And for SP's link rules here again is the link: http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/five-foods-
for-better-health?sp_rid=ODY2Njc0NjY2S
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Dr. Oz had Dr. Weil on a couple months ago, and he talked on the 5 foods to eat for good health.
Think my pc is messed up as it won't show me any videos beyond part 1, but it was interesting!

www.doctoroz.com/videos/five-foods-f
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-better-health?sp_rid=ODY2Njc0NjY2S0R>&sp_mid=1757137


I'm not a mushroom person, and I'm not necessarily a soy believer based on what I've read. What say you?

And if you got to see what the other 3 foods were, please share!

Tina

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