Phytoestrogens and Breast Cancer
POSTED BY Pink Ribbon Cooking / May 27, 2014
Phytoestrogens, a group of food-based compounds commonly associated with soy products and available in oral supplements, are connected with a wide range of health benefits, including lowered risks of breast cancer, heart disease, and symptoms of menopause. Some research indicates potential downsides to the introduction of phytoestrogens to a diet when taken in supplement form – none of which are currently regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
5 Reasons Cancer Patients Should Love Oatmeal
POSTED BY Pink Ribbon Cooking / December 12, 2013
Oatmeal is one the most underrated and inconspicuous whole grains. Many consider it a super food because of its ability to affect our health and wellness in a variety of different ways.
Steel cut oats (also known as Irish Oats or Coarse Ground Oats) include all three parts of the grain seed; the bran, endosperm and germ. Processed or refined grains typically lack the bran and the germ, along with these missing elements comes a significant reduction in protein, fiber and nutrients.
Cooking Through Chemo
POSTED BY Pink Ribbon Cooking / November 19, 2013
Recently the University of Vermont's Across the Fence program re-aired our October segment where we featured many simple and healthy foods suited for those battling cancer and the affects of cancer treatment. Please share this as a resource for those you love battling cancer.
Recipes for Cancer Patients
POSTED BY Pink Ribbon Cooking / October 31, 2013
Chef Curtiss Hemm of Pink Ribbon Cooking Joined Judy Simpson, of the University of Vermont's Across the Fence television program, to share some advice of nutrition and recipes for cancer patients.
A Pink Ribbon Diet
POSTED BY Pink Ribbon Cooking / October 29, 2013
The best kind of diet is not a diet. That's right, diets are not permanent solutions. At least not fads and diets-of-the-day eating trends.
Breast Cancer Nutrition: Supporting Patients and Their Recovery
POSTED BY Pink Ribbon Cooking / September 26, 2013
Dr. Kim Dittus joined Chef Curtiss and Judy Simpson on the University of Vermont's Across The Fence program to discuss breast cancer nutrition, diet and exercise for those in the community that have been touched by breast cancer.
On set Chef Curtiss demonstrated some simple techniques for including the whole family in the meal, from start to finish. we did a rustic breakfast sausage and some gluten free maple oatmeal pancakes.
I hope you enjoy!