Eating well during Cancer Treatment

Talking about cancer is difficult at any time, it’s a subject close to our hearts if we lose loved ones and perhaps we know someone that is in the same situation today.

Cancer currently affects one in two people in the UK, likewise in Australia, and close to the nine percent of the population in Colombia according to the World Cancer Research Fund.

Today I have two invitations for you. The first one is to make a donation to any charity organization supporting cancer, your future contribution will have a big impact on research and futures lives.

I worked for one of these organizations in the UK during the weekends while I was studying my master,  in this Christmas period most people are wondering how to contribute to others, so please donate to these organizations.

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My second invitation is for you to start thinking about eating healthy and be more conscious of this disease, sometimes you can be a healthy person but your genetics play against you. Or perhaps your genetics are quite good but you don’t look after your health.

If you know someone who is in a difficult situation with restricted diet for cancer treatment please share the recipe below.

SALMON WITH SEED CRUST – Special for weight loss in cancer treatments.

You will need 2 salmon fillets, 2 medium peeled potatoes and cubed, 2 tablespoons whole milk, 1 tablespoon rapeseed oil, 160r cooked peas. For the seed crust, you will need 30g chopped hazelnuts, 30g oats, 10g pumpkin seeds, 4 tablespoons rapeseed oil, small handful fresh coriander, 1/2 lime zest only and freshly ground black pepper.

Pre-heat the oven to 160 degrees, add all the ingredients for the crust to a blender, and pulse for about a minute. place the salmon, skin-side-down on a foil-lined baking tray. Spoon half the crust on top of each fillet and gently pat it down.

Place the salmon in the oven and bake for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, put the potatoes in a large saucepan and cover with cold water. Place over a high heat and bring to boil. Reduce the heat, cover and allow to simmer for about 15 minutes until cooked.

Remove the potatoes from the heat and drain carefully. Add the milk and oil, then mash until smooth. Transfer the cooked salmon, mashed potato, and cooked peas onto two serving plates and serve.

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You can also order the following booklet for a person with cancer treatment, It has extraordinary tips and recipes, and together we can be more conscious of how to cook and eat well, please share your comments on

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