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A healthy and balanced dinner that looks and tastes like comfort food but is actually packed with nutrients and under 550 calories.
Bromelain, a protease enzyme found in pineapple, fights cancer and inflammation by dissolving unnecessary scar tissue and cellular debris throughout the body.
Spicy, fruity chicken salad makes a great lunch or light dinner. The curry offers anti-inflammatory protection. This recipe is easily doubled. Add a whole grain muffin or crusty bread for a satisfying meal.
Marinating meats and poultry can go a long way to reducing the carcinogenic effects associated with grilling. Marinades are simple to put together and you avoid lots of additives and questionable ingredients found in store-bought versions.