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Foods That Can Help Prevent Cancer

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Frank Caputo the executive chef at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Sue Hester a four year survivor  talk about nutrition that can help prevent cancer. They are both participating in Jodi’s Race for Awareness, benefiting the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance. If you would like to join the race it is tomorrow morning at 8:30 at Denver City Park.

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http://jodisrace.org/

Kale Salad with Citrus, Quinoa, Berries & Almonds

Ingredients:

Nectar,Agave .............................................. 2 fl oz

Lemon,Fresh,Juice ...................................... 1 fl oz

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Orange,Fresh,Sunkist,Juice Fresh Squeezed 1 fl oz

Lime,Fresh Squeezed, Juice ........................ 1 fl oz

Oil,Olive,Extra-Virgin,Italian.......................... 4 fl oz

Water, Filtered ............................................ 4 cup

Quinoa,Dry ................................................. 2 cup

Almonds,Blanched,Slivered,Toasted............. 1/4 cup 3

Strawberries,Fresh,Sliced ............................ 1/4 cup

Blueberries,Fresh ........................................ 1/4 cup

Blackberries,Fresh ...................................... 1/4 cup

Raspberry,Fresh,Red ................................... 1/4 cup

Mint,Fresh .................................................. 1 tbsp

Kale,Fresh,Chopped .................................... 3 lb

Place in bowl and whisk together juices & agave, slowly drizzle in oil while whisking to incorporate.Rinse quinoa, add to pot with stock and bring to a boil, lower heat and cook for 15 minutes. Turn off heat, cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Fluff, chill and reserve.Chop almonds and reserve.Chop kale and almonds Combine quinoa, berries, mint, kale and almonds, mix salad. Dress with dressing to taste, and reserve the rest for another use.

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