Recipes such as kale blueberry grape juice and sautéed broccoli with tomatoes are excellent for fighting cancer, according to WebMD and About.com. Broccoli and tomatoes combined in a recipe produce a potent cancer-fighting effect. Kale, broccoli and tomatoes each contain antioxidants and other cancer fighting nutrients.
Kale is considered a superfood and contains cancer fighting compounds such as lutein, sulforaphane and indole-3-carbinol, states WebMD. Additionally, kale is high in vitamins K, C, A, B-complex and E, and also contains omega-3’s. Kale blueberry grape juice is a delicious recipe providing anticancer benefits. This juice combines three cups of grapes, one cup of blueberries, three stems of kale and one cucumber, states WebMD. A juicer can be used to separate the fibre from the juice of the fruits and kale, or the ingredients can be blended to retain the fibre within the juice.
Tomatoes contain cancer-fighting antioxidants such as lycopene and vitamins C and A. Broccoli contains healthful compounds such as indoles, beta-carotene and isothiocyanates. Sautéed broccoli with tomato and garlic is a simple recipe providing cancer-fighting effects. To prepare the recipe, use medium heat to warm olive oil in a skillet. Add garlic and sauté for one minute before stirring in broccoli florets and two tablespoons of water and then cooking for two minutes. Cover the pan, and steam the broccoli until light green for another two minutes. Next add tomatoes and cook for one minute before stirring in basil, parsley and sea salt.